EASY WAY to create an Inside Out Swing Path

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Turn a Curved Flight into a Straight Flight NOW with this easy way to create and outside in swing path. Slice or Hook turned into a straight ball flight.

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pweilnau says:

You make this technique perfectly clear. Thank You!

Shaun Mahy says:

Hi Steve, been watching your videos for a while and find them really useful and love the way you teach and drill it in to us.
Would love you to do a video on how you hit an iron of the tee as some of use amateurs do this a lot. Is there any difference from hitting them off the ground?
Keep up the great work.

John says:

Hey Steve, I’ve noticed your lead foot is slightly back promoting an open stance but you still hit a draw. Is that not the opposite of what we are told. I do this too so I can get my hips turning but my bad shot doing this is a push out right. Any tips to stop doing this?

Brian Kinread says:

Steve, do you have a drill to keep hands low?

Chad Allen says:

Low hands round it. Nice?

Alex Ham says:

Fantastic you are brilliant at explaining things mate ?️‍♀️cheers

gonzalezmdavid32 says:

“Wherever your club face aims at address is your start line”.

But if you’re hands are ahead of the ball upon contact, there would be a different angle than your hands at address in a neutral stance at address.

And therefore your hands at address in neutral is not the target start .

Why are we aligning the ball in a neutral stance?

Shouldn’t we be align the ball based on our body posture at impact?

Dunn Golfing says:

Much quicker way too get this guys first swing inside then pop outside and BINGO bobs your uncle lol ?

aaajjworm says:

My ball flight is starting out right and spinning right too. Sounds like my hands are going out and leaving the clubface open. Great vid. I gotta practice.

David Manor says:

Great teaching. Thanks you

TeddyCavachon says:

Duplicating Hogan’s swing started me on the path to understanding the physics and biomechanics of the golf swing. In a nutshell the hands need to slow down to trigger the action of club whipping around hand and that is controlled by keeping the right arm bent through impact and the timing of the lifting of the back foot.

When the feet are kept flat on the ground hip rotation is bio-mechanically limited to around 45° closed in the backswing and 45° open in the downswing. Keeping the back heal on the ground will cause the hip rotating to stop abruptly. If the golfer side bends and tucks in the right arm it will stay bent and have the mechanical leverage to resist the club force trying to keep the hands holding it from being jerked forward.

By way of analogy the flat feet causing the hips to stop is like a car hitting a brick wall. The movement of a lot of mass in the lower body stopped. But the upper body is like the passenger in the seat. If not wearing seatbelt what happens? They keep moving forward and put head through the front window. In the golf swing the hand are the passenger and the bent and tucked-in right arm the seat belt.

Side bending in the downswing allows the right arm to stay bent back and in sync with the hip rotation. When the hip hit the 45° open stopping point they and the hand slow down together like a passenger restrained with a seatbelt in a car allowing the unrestrained club head mass to whip violently around the hand to the point unless the back heel is raised to get the hips moving past 45° the club shaft will bow forward ( to the point the club head will snap off at the hosel. I know this from the experience of snapping the heads off about a dozen irons and drivers while trying to perfect to coordination of this cause and effect action.

The ideal action, which Hogan used, is to abruptly slow hips and hands by keeping the back foot grounded, but while hips are stopped momentarily keep the upper body and hands moving around the feet by side bending to the right more until the club head whips around the hands into the back of the ball. The ‘crack’ of ball contact with fact is the swing key to release the back foot which allows the hips move again to the 90° square to target position.

Most I see at the range and playing don’t understand that cause and effect and instead try to throw their hands at the target as fast as possible. To to that they release their back foot too soon and raise and turn it too rapidly. They never feet the hips seeming to get stuck 45° close and never the experience the club whipping around slowed hands. Most also have the problem of not understanding the side bend move or the need to keep right arm bent with elbow in to control the swing arc of hands. Their hands fly forward as evidenced by the direction the butt end of the club points at impact. If club force is allowed to pull right arm straight before impact (due to lack of side bend) the butt end of the club and shaft pointing forward and left of the target at impact and face will be twisted open resulting in a slice.

Side bend is really the ‘magic move’ in the downswing because of how it keeps the right arm bend at the elbow. It’s really not magic, simply bio-mechanical leverage strong enough to keep the club force from pulling the right arm straight until the ball is struck.

Garth Garthly says:

I like these, not positions, but facts and feels.

Ken Kohl says:

Well done, Steve, thank you.

Jay Doherty says:

Thanks Steve for that swing tip/ thought, although that lazy unicorn that pops into my melon now and then told me to swing the opposite way this morning!

Mark Bell says:

Exactly what I was thinking about coming off the course this afternoon, thanks Steve

paul cullinan says:

Great advice Steve, can you adopt the same process with the driver too, to prevent the dreaded slice of the tee?

Ann Slattery says:

Good visuals. Plenty to think about and have a go on the range.

Joe McCauley says:

Thanks Steve, great tip, try it tomorrow

Paul Blackburn says:

I'll be trying the on the course tip, I get it on the range but start to wrestle the club down on the course, low hands works for me.

Tyler Crawford says:

All ties in with the eureka golf swing. You sir have single handedly gave me some what of a golf game. Best golf tips on YouTube in my opinion. Thank you sir. EVERYONE LIKE SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE LETS BLOW THIS MANS CHANNEL UP!

Gerard O'Connor says:

That is the best lesson I have seen on getting rid of a bad slice I tried it today and within an hour I had improved my driving by 90% I'm not telling a lie you have to do this it works

Arkade Perfect says:

Some really good additional info that complements your eureka vids ?

Adrian Morley says:

Thanks Steve. My bank shot is a hook or block to the right. I’ll try and keep the thought of low hands around body next time I’m out. Hopefully will solve this issue. I’ve always tried to swing my arms to 1 o’clock ( 12 being the aim line), in trying to make sure I swing in to out.

Ed Wyman says:

Brilliant lesson as ever! Would love to see some shots down the line!

Joe Troupe says:

Great lesson, Steve. There is a lot of good intel in it to work on.

Joe Fennell says:

Always great tips. They helped me a lot! Thanks.

Alan Bolla says:

Low hands is a great tip!!!?

Dan says:

Thanks Steve, great tip!

Alan Dye says:

Thanks Steve! I'll give this a go next time out!

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