How to STOP this KILLER Golf Swing Move

Extension too early in the downswing restricts the rest of the motion and throws the low-point out of the golf swing way behind the ball! Here we went through a few drills and exercises with Liam to get his sequencing working more functionally – lowering the spin on his ball flight, bringing the low-point forward and increasing the control he had over his irons.

As always a huge thanks to Liam for letting us share his ZEN Golf Mechanics experience with you guys!

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Marcus Bell is a registered exercise professional and sports bio-mechanist but any exercises recommended or suggested in this video are performed purely at the individual's own risk.

17 thoughts on “How to STOP this KILLER Golf Swing Move

  1. I’ve watched every single one of these videos(honestly) and this is one of my favourites… I think it’s because of the realisation of his ‘killer’ move and the joy he gets from finding the push! It reminds me so much of my lesson with Sam(I had a terrible hip slide?) I’m going to have another watch of my video and tomorrow the board is coming out the bag… about time I had a refresher at the range! ???

  2. This is the bye far the best explanation of the golf swing I have ever heard. One day I will manage to get over to England and have a day with you guys, cheers ?

  3. That was brilliant to watch. As a fellow early release swayer, it has taken a lot of hard work to get rid of that feeling. Had my lesson with Sam in December, and it's all coming together nicely. Great work, guys ?

  4. Hmm…this action is looking more and more stacked. Like the concept of extension through standing up on left leg. Don't agree that if you stand up 'too early' you run out of extension. Well, yes, sure if you do it the wrong way. But if you fire upwards through vertical left forces while throwing club downwards and THEN once you've reached the end of left leg extension, you continue through chest pivot up into finish.

  5. That was amazing.
    This guy has gone from being unable to walk and chew gum at the same time, to striping it like a single handicapper.
    Marcus has the most incredible communication skills and adapts his coaching to suit the individual, unlike the common, one size fits all approach , adopted by too many golf instructors.

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