GOLF: How The Left Arm Rotates In The Golf Swing

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Borgy Ubas says:

My favorite video🍻

CFARMD entropy says:

I’m slightly confused. Mike Malaska says no forearm rotation, just throw the ball with the right hand. Then he has a video saying the left arm is a rotator. I have been working on the throw the ball concept to minimize clubface rotation and the need for perfect timing. This video says lots of rotation…well which is it?!?

steve perry says:

i like the idea of the stick in the glove, gonna try that, thnx.

DsevenO says:

This one really was the holy grail for me. I was told for years that toe-up to toe-up was the golf equivalent of cancer. I believed it, locked out my forearm rotation, and couldn't square the club for a decade.

Daniel Reno says:

This 100% the polar opposite of what Mike Malaska taught in your previous video

Stuart Walker says:

Hi Eric thanks for the video. You will never supinate or Pronate the forearms if you grip the club too tightly. End result all wrist action. Which unfortunately amateurs do. Thanks Again Eric. Love your lessons

Robbie Williams says:

I absolutely love the over head view with the chop stick! This angle shows the rotation of the arms the best in my opinion. Great job gentleman!

Brian Foley says:

You gotta make all your videos shorter. So much fluff and junk it's painful to get through.. This should have been <5 min.

Terry MTBnurse says:

Great video. Wondering if you can concentrate on your right-hand pronation and get the same results? Thanks

dementus420 says:

Man, I'm swinging it so freaking good. Supinating it just right. Foam practice balls are the best practice aids.

David Theobald says:

The supination in the downswing makes ton of sense, but what about the backswing? I’ve always been worried about opening or fanning the face open by adding lead arm pronation into the backswing.

Tim Esden says:

Great content as always, Eric. One question: in the takeaway, and knowing the forearm can rotate independently of the upper arm, is it just the lead forearm that pronates to P1 or is it a subtle pronation of the whole arm? Hope that makes sense.

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Rob Zijlstra says:

Hi Eric, lovely video. I presume this is essentially the Nicklaus release from the top?

Jeff Martinez says:

Eric, thank you for introducing me to John Dunigan. I watched your series with him, and I have since subscribed to his channel and watched a ton of his videos. In one of John's videos, he related the motion of the right hand to a forehand in tennis. The concept of swinging the golf club as if I'm trying to put top spin on a tennis ball has done wonders for my compression and dynamic loft. I have seen some of your videos where a drill relates to other sports, i.e. the hockey slapshot. Why aren't more golf instructors using the tennis analogies? Because I know if it helped me, it would surely help higher handicappers. Thanks Eric, you're the best

Gregory Edwards says:

This gentelman rocks

Dave Vernon says:

I’ve been hoping to find this information explained this way for years. Thanks.

Neil Malpass says:

Great video! How should I think of this as it relates to shallowing at transition up top? Should it be shallow and then rotate through impact? I found myself getting steeper when trying this out.

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