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I don't rely on many if any training aids with my coaching as I beleive that the change will happen once you understand what it is your really trying to do with your golf swing and once your understanding improves then you will start to make the correct swing change, I will occasionally offer drills to do as this can often improve your feel verus perception battle and help aid your cause.

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Diego Diaz says:

10 Mins of that training for me ?  man, i'd swinging at 10 mph, i'd be f@@@@@d


I would say a lot of that speed is due to you being more explosive. First set of swings are course swings, then you use the training aids and the second set of swings are as fast as you can.

Paul Wareing says:

Another great vid thank you. Will you be running any golf school days this year after the 14th Sept?

J Leon says:

Great and unique content as always. As you often mention, the key to a proper downswing is a proper backswing. What can be done to ensure that the right elbow stays in and doesn’t chicken wing out in the earlier stages of the backswing? (Prior to the transition)

Trond Gjertsen says:

so basically you warmed up properly….

Ol Hornytoad says:

Garden aka Yard. ????

Boosted Brothers Customs says:

Great video!
My coach gave me a drill of swinging a straw broom with the wooden handle cut down to the same size as my driver (45” total) and it has helped me with building club head speed for my driver so much!

Dave Everitt says:

Hit a lot of longest ever drives today ( 30 yards+) thanks to a swing thought change related to hip action. Longest and straightest ever with all my woods and hybrids. Unfortunately this thought didn't help my irons at all, and I couldn't take advantage of being up to 50 yards closer to the green. Oh well, regardless of score, it was a fun day. Reached a couple of short par fives in two today and that kind of thing wasn't happening at all, prior to following Russell's instruction.

stryker2828 says:

Helpful video as always. Russell, can you do a short video on how the hands go from P6 onwards to finish? I'm trying to understand the synchronisation of the bowing of the left wrist as well as the forearm rotation. A large part of this is clubface control but I also like to understand how it adds speed (eg downcocking of wrist).

Dougie Montana says:

The big hitters almost jump when hitting a drive, look at Buppa and the recent Mathew Wolff, watch his lead foot in slo mo. Similar to what you were producing.

jporter504 says:

Another good video subject. For so long all I ever heard was to swing slower. I think that ship has sailed as I am seeing more teaching professionals understating there are tangible benefits to hitting the ball farther.

Peter Hammer says:

Great video Russell! That left shoulder move is so important.

MJB says:

Your suggestion that pitching involves alternative sequencing (4:02) deserves further explanation.

DannyN140 says:

I noticed that you stop short of club parallel at the top even on your faster swings at the end. Should a wider and longer backswing be a focus for more speed?

Plantation Crip says:

Distance is more than driving the ball
I play with a guy that hits it 30yds shorter than me on average. If we’re both at 150, I hit pw and he hits 6 iron. Most of the holes he’s hitting 5w, 4h, or 5h in and I’m taking some off the sw. Not to mention the advantage I have on the par 3s

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