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Vinsk says:

Great video Russel. This small shift you were making just prior to your take away (and well synced I must say) looks very similar to what Henrik Stenson does. His is just a bit less fluid and more deliberate would you agree?

ShaamoneHeeHee says:

Been working on this bump move all week, the real added benefit which isn't really talked about is it's almost impossible to swing over the top and out to in if this is preformed before you start to bring the hands down. It adds the sensation of dropping the right shoulder slightly and getting the arms automatically into the slot

Nick O'Neill says:

Another great video in a great series. Thank you.

Jon Evans says:

Russell, it's seems in the slo mo of your swing (which starts at 3:40) that your right knee and hip drop briefly after impact (at 3:47). I found myself doing this recently, to protect a sore back. Do you do this to protect your back or is it something to do with releasing your right side?

Frederick Denault says:

Awesome Russell!  Been golfing for years but never really grasped the correct concept of weight shift and hip rotation until watching your current series on breaking down on how the hips actually work in the swing.  This has been an eye-opener and it has totally changed my mechanics.  You CAN teach old dogs new tricks!  I've been really working hard on the shift load to the right hip, moving the left hip separately, shift pressure to the left, squat move, and hip rotation.  It takes a lot of work and repetition, especially when one has been doing it wrong for so long (haha).  But the results are staggering to say the least.  Better contact, better consistency, better ball flight, better distance.  It has really shown where it counts most, on the course.  I've gained a new sense of interest in practicing when incorporating your instructions.  Looking forward to the upcoming conclusion on hips and your instructional on footwork!  Thanks a million!


such a lot to learn, great tuition series Russell, thanks

Terry Brett says:

Great video

Dave Wade says:

Just come in from playing to see this video and strangely it is exactly the move I have been trying to incorporate over the past few days having seen it in other places on the channel. I can certainly feel the momentum change and although this is work in progress in conjunction with the other content in this series, I can honestly say that I have never hit shots so solid before, particularly with the irons which has always been a weakness. At first, the weightshift forward whilst still going to the top on the backswing felt very strange and awkward but now is starting to feel very natural as it should. Great series Russell….

John 015 says:

Thanks Russ! Question: what’s your opinion ‘bout the DST impact curtain and the “bend” compressor club?

Paul C says:

Really good. Here's how I view it. If you go to the top properly and freeze, the lead shoulder is lower than the trail shoulder, you have pressure shifted 80-90 percent of your weight into the inside of the trail leg and foot. If you freeze it at the pressure shift or the "drift" forward, the shoulders are oriented that same way they were at the top, lead shoulder lower, belt buckle facing ground, pelvis also, torso still closed to target. Now you are fully loaded on the left leg and can trigger transition. You have saved all this range of motion and can fire from there. So it's not a hip bump, leaving the torso behind, which can destroy tempo and timing. It is like you say a micro move, if you will, but so powerful. Feel vs real. Like this guy. Seven iron 190 yards.

David Ciccoritti says:

? While I agree it's a shift of pressure, to me it feels like I'm bracing for a powerful release. The concept of weight shift and getting to your lead side does not work for me because I simply overdo it. Really enjoying your videos and your swing 🙂

Robbie 837 says:

Great content Russell you make it look so easy.

Mr. Kareem Genes says:

Good stuff!

Gary Walker says:

Another really helpful video Russ. These hip rotation videos have completely straightened my shots. No more slices or chicken wings!! One thing I noticed is that I think there is almost no lateral movement but on video there is a lot. Still working on that. Thanks again!

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