[DRIVER MUST DO'S] – Start The Golf Downswing With Driver (With Eric Cogorno Golf)

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14 thoughts on “[DRIVER MUST DO'S] – Start The Golf Downswing With Driver (With Eric Cogorno Golf)

  1. Every bit of this is Money.. The Effort is in the Discipline. The Ball is not going anywhere . (until you strike it) The Buckle Rotating toward the wall as your head stays back is an acquired taste, but so worth it. The Left hand is effort-ing to stay as far away as the right Humerus is chasing the Buckle. This lays the Shaft down in order to hit up on the ball. Nice teamwork guys. Stay Safe my friends. Dave

  2. Adam I'm a golfer that tends to get stuck so I've been working on handpath trying to get my hands to work more out. To shallow the driver do I need the feeling of twisting my hands clockwise on the downswing?

  3. I've linked my grandson to this video. The notion of shallowing out the club head and less effort more club speed is so critical. Great lesson here, and a thousand thanx!

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