How to Drop the Club Into the Slot for a Powerful Swing….with shameless self promo

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Dropping the club into the slot will create pain-free power and accuracy while also eliminating your over the top swing and slicing issues. Watch this video, then grab your 9 iron and go to the range where you will start to hit some solid draws…then, sign up for my school and I’ll guide you through the rest of your bag quicker than you can say Over The Top No More….

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Comments

Nick Floris says:

I can’t get this on line

Hello45545 says:

Great video. There is no point in playing golf without leaning this first.

Sam Bandrowski says:

Were should ball position be with irons and driver??

ridwan pranata says:

When i tried your swing, its more stable, but i hit shorter then traditional swing, how to increase power with your swing?

Patrick Grantz says:

Overcoming an injury. Can’t wait to be healthy and try the swing and sign up for the academy!

David George says:

like it .. no BS

Michael Tartaglia says:

Tried at range seemed to work well with irons.but driver did not seem doable. Stayed away from it. Where would Vall position be with driver !????

PATRICK GILLHAM says:

Is he teaching a strong grip? And is it necessary to have a strong grip.

GullyBop says:

In my hasty rush down to the ball, yes I am guilty of opening my shoulders to early and losing all power into the ball

Tom Aeshliman says:

Jim , I’m 66 years old and started following you on YouTube a year ago . I can honestly say that I’ve never golfed this good or had as much fun golfing . Its in the stillness and holding the position , that makes it easier and more fun

Charles Sandomenico says:

Definitely 👽 landing zone. Great ⛳️tips 👍😎

qfregistar says:

Negan having some downtime, while fighting zombies.

Bart Damesworth says:

Jim, this is the best, easiest to understand, video on how to drop the club into the slot for an effective inside-out swing. I'm going to try it, and, finally end my over-the-top swing. Thanks!

Jill Smith says:

I have followed your videos for some time and having pretty good success with the closed shoulders thought. However I have never seen any of your thoughts on bunker play and how to use your methods to get out of bunkers .Any tips? Finally on alignment do you have club face square to target line at address?
Ken Smith

John Beard says:

My teaching pro many years ago called this "separation". He emphasized that the shoulders and arms move independently of each other. He had me do a drill where I'd turn back and then stay there as the arms and club fell . I believe this is what your teaching? Except for setting up closed. Cant wait to try it.

Marinette Kozlow says:

I have been focusing on this for years. It is simple and works consistently every time. I don't think about my swing anymore.

Dick Magee says:

Who picks the balls up?

William Earl says:

Glad I came across your video, excellent explanation of an important point I was unaware of. Thankyou.

onatski says:

I am Negan!!! lol.. good job

Robert Fazio says:

Excellent, very simple

Jeffrey Chin says:

Wheres your golf course at?

James Lewis says:

Is that area 51 that your at haha

hitdog042 says:

Figured this out on my own. Grip can also influence the club dropping in the slot but this is easier. Thanks for the video. Too many golf videos have guys not telling ppl this.

I also love the background you hit into. U can see your nice draw in the sky. Pretty cool.

Mike Haynes says:

Absolutely love your practice range! Bet it gets pretty windy at times though. Good video, thanks.

Mark Vuchetich says:

Loving this swing. Makes so much sense. Still hitting my 9.5 Callaway well but wonder if a smaller head with a shorter shaft would allow me to play it more center stance and be more consistent

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