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You are currently watching a video about simple golf swing tips on how to transfer your weight for a more powerful golf swing, this video will explain how to shift your weight to hit the golf ball further and better each time.

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P McKay says:

Russell, I have been following your channel now for a 6 months and I really enjoy the detail and the" cause and effect" method you use to explain things, I've played golf for 50 years and we were always taught never to let the weight/pressure in the right foot (R. Hand golfer) get to the outside of the foot. Now that I am trying to adopt some of your ideas, I find myself loading my right foot at the heel ( agree this help minimize early extension) then rotating/opening my hips by moving the pressure to my left heel and then onto the outside of my left foot as I continue to rotate. Do see a problem with this? Paul

Richard Lowe says:

If the pros have to go out and hit buckets of balls every day with coaches watching over them to maintain their swing what chance do we have to learn and maintain the swing working 40 hrs plus a week?

Mike Herd says:

Great vids as always. This was my golf swing last season but I’ve been working on staying more centered searching for more control. My numbers are off 15 to 20 yards but I’m a little more accurate. The only way I can get close to my last season numbers is swinging really aggressively. With my old swing I would move off the ball a little and then move back centered at impact. When I’m on I play well but when I’m off I struggle. Can you move off the ball without moving your center? I’m sure I moved off by a few inches.

donnachiebro says:

Cheers Russell you never fail to apply new swing thoughts they might not suit everyone but there is always something I take away from your videos so I'm hoping I can piece them all together for the start of the new season and make a big impact on my game and handicap cheers ????

staticstephen says:

Great video Russ , bit off the track but any chance of doing some stuff on D plane and taking spin loft off the big dog cheers bud ???

Jim Samaras says:

Always insightful Russ….I've always been of the mind that the weight should not get to the outside of the trail leg as to do so would promote a sort of "sway". I think at the end of the video you addressed that issue to a degree but just to make certain, the weight should end up on the right heel regardless before transition to the lead side.?

Ian Chantrey says:

Hi Wondered if you could put a video up about striking the ground after the ball and taking a divot Thanks

Jamie Hylton says:

Hi Russ, really appreciate all your videos, you have definitely taught me alot. From all the studying of the golf swing I have done over the last 2 years this is the first I have heard of transferring the weight to the outside of the rear foot. I enjoy all throwing sports but would never load my rear foot this way, always the inside. In many drills I have seen a golf ball or club is placed under the outside to stop weight being transferred there. Please could you tell me if this small rock to the instep is absolutely necessary and why. Not criticising in any way just obsessed with learning the correct movements. ??

Mr. Kareem Genes says:

Thank you?…Was concerned about feeling weight on the outside of my right foot.

Robbie 837 says:

Thanks Russ just what I needed to hear follows on nicely from your evaluation of my swing. Thanks for doing that by the way. I plan to visit you soon.

John Day says:

Nice Russell ?

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