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To create an easy golf swing that is still powerful the body and and the club need to be working in the right sequence. Its not always easy to achieve this swing move but this golf drill Ive named the ‘Elvis Move' really does help you create a natural golf swing for effortless power.

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Mike Barnard says:

Great content. I was just looking at my own finish position ( down the line) on a good swing and noted thighs together and standing tall… exactly what you showed here following your Elvis move.
This has unlocked the mystery of this good finish position and I can now reverse engineer it with this knowledge.
"Than yu veri much" ( in Elvis voice !! )

David Binks says:

Danny, you are without a doubt the best golf coach out there, you explain things simply and your tips work. Keep up your great work and thanks.

Nick Brotherton says:

Brilliant, as are all your videos, please keep 'em coming. I swing far too fast and its mostly my arms doing all the work so I'm hoping this drill with slow my swing down a tad.

Donal Mooney says:

The most amazing thing about this is it's had over two thousand views it's golf Jim but not as we know it, it's crap Danny and well you know it.

Gilles Morbidelli says:

You have also "the kissing knees" , follows this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTu7FHeNEGI&t=329s

Vishnu Murthy says:

Hi Danny. Am more ExVal (Exxon Valdez) than Elvis, but totally see your point re the heel lifts. Started doing it after back injuries for the same reason you mention at 6:29 i.e. better range of motion – which helps the power. That said, I would like to add two points. 1) There is a danger (at least in my case) that one rotates the hips too much as it is now easier to do. I find (prolly from one of your videos) that I am more in control if I rotate the hips up to about the point where one would cock the wrist in the backswing, and from there I focus on shoulder turn. I find that helps the downswing process and better contact. 2) Insofar as the left heel is concerned (and again, prolly from one of your videos) the added advantage to me is the feeling I get of planting my left side that allows the right side to come around forcefully. Your views on whether I have learnt the right thoughts noted above are welcome.

paul jelly says:

As a PE teacher I totally agree with this analysis of how something is propelled further. Even when we kick a ball the first thing we do is to plant the non kicking foot alongside the ball with a weight shift. Be careful though as it needs to be a rotation not a slide. In athletics the shot in shot put weighs the same as the hammer yet the hammer goes much further when thrown. Both transfer weight like Danny but the shot uses a sliding weight transfer whilst the hammer rotates through the motion when the weight is transferred creating centrifugal force. Create the same in the golf swing as the hammer thrower and the ball goes much further in my opinion.

Caroline Bradley says:

Brilliant as always. Congrats on 100,000!

Antonakis Demetriou says:

Danny you couldn't have described the move any better and being an elvis fun myself
it suited me perfect.I will be going on the range later trying the move and I hope I don't get
carried away and start singing jailhouse rock

Dick Samuelsson says:

What a brilliant drill? and congratulations to 100.000 subscribers Danny, you’re worth it?

ripyerballs says:

Love it Danny the old school swings of yesteryears all raised that left heel in the back swing Mr Hogan, Mr Nicholas etc etc fantastic video.

Scott Davidson says:

Great Elvis drill. 100k Danny Maude subscribers can't be wrong ??

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