Hit The Golf Ball Then The Turf

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Rick Shiels Senior PGA Golf Coach at Trafford Golf Centre explains why staying central in your golf swing will help you strike the golf ball first then the floor after. This simple yet effective golf tip will help you consistently strike the golf ball better every time. Hitting The Golf Ball Then Taking A Divot

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Comments

thomas ho says:

Right after I watched this I headed to the range, and your video made a
huge impact in my swing.
This is the best instructional video I’ve ever watched, because it actually
worked perfect. I can feel my club hit the ball first.

SOS89140 says:

I was wondering if you have a son in about 3rd or 4th grade. The reason
being, I think you grabbed his shirt by accident for this video. Good
videos though.

fullwerkes says:

Good video. The issue I have is my divots are to shallow or don’t happen.

Joe Chen says:

Love your videos and drills! 

kevmcdougle says:

Have to try that drill, staying central is my problem. If I have my weight
to the left I get good contact but lose power obviously cause of no weight
transfer but it helps to keep me from moving my body to the right in the
back swing. 

John Jackson Golf says:

Good tip

Rick Shiels PGA says:

Rick Shiels Senior PGA Golf Coach at Trafford Golf Centre explains why
staying central in your golf swing will help you strike the golf ball first
then the floor after.

grumpy2159 says:

What about if you’re using a 4 or 5 iron when the ball is further forward
at set up? Wouldn’t the sternum have to be leaned over more to start with?
Does it also apply to hybrids?

Colm McCaffery says:

Rick, how does this sit with the teaching of axis tilt at address ?

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