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T C says:

I can't wait to hit the range this spring. I quit golfing 10 years ago due to issues with my lower back. I picked the game up again last year, but felt I could no longer rotate my upper body. I knew this translated into all kinds of over the top and out of plane swings. The lawn mower analogy may just have saved me from giving up the game again. I tried it with the driver just swinging inside my house and can not believe how easy it is to turn. I am excited to see how this translates into hitting balls.

Tim Bassett says:

This drill especially the lawn mower, is so simple yet so effective. I agree a light bulb moment for anybody who has a lateral sway in the takeaway.

Al James says:

Every one of your excellent videos, whoever is responsible for those fairways should be given a medal of the highest order.

Hitting It Solid Golf says:

Great video Adam, love these drills for creating a full shoulder turn in golf. Cheers

jake hughes 95 says:

Very very good explanation

sambhu sivalenka says:

How does this help with a golf club? What is the first move?

Pradumn srivastava says:

Please upload your own swing video , I would love to watch it in slow motion. Please

APJ80 80 says:

Excellent video I have a question what shoulder should be the dominant shoulder in the takeaway the lead shoulder( left) or the trail shoulder (right ) for a right-handed golfer

Rob Matthews says:

Very informative videos, have helped me a lot! Much appreciated!

Mac Attack says:

Adam. Amazing explanations. I made 2 trips to Lake Nona in the early 90's and played to a 2 for 5 years until, ultimately, I lost the feel of the pivot. My handicap has been all over the map due to poor grip and poor rotation. Your video on putting the meaty pad on top of the shaft, hinging by downward pressure at 1 o'clock on the grip and starting the lawnmower got me back to solid ball striking in just a few shots. Faldo may not know you from a hole in the ground but he should. Great stuff. I'm ready to shoot my age (63)!

Oliver Haynes says:

3:44 What kind of fairway grass is that? Not even a scuff mark on the turf! May I ask if you consciously you rotate your left-hand knuckles down toward the ball at impact to square the clubface? Thanks!

Maximo Sanchez says:

I was at my whips ends, my teaching pro, had move away, the pro at TPC Tampa Bay never call back, and I have gone to the web, "something that you should NEVER do, because you would end up very confused, I have taken many lesson's, but some how I lost my lines, I was not making a shoulder turn, and I had no one to look at it, even though I have taken so many lesson's they were all the same, when I ask, I need
to know I have made a shoulder turn, and I was always told, but You do make a shoulder turn naturally, so we did not work on my visual for
so about 3 weeks, ago, I decided to go back to the basics, and just set athletically, and punp the chest out, I did and I hit some good shots, I also came home with my lower back hurting bad.
I also found a site that say let the left shoulder pass the ball, I did that and I was a reverse K, so I was very confused, to the point that I told my friend, I'm done, I do not know what to do, I can not find a pro that is not busy or would return a phone call.
But I never give up, some how I came to these video, the first thing I say was, "There is no way, is that easy" so the next day I went to the Tampa bay downs golf range, where I go all the time, and gave it a go, first try, I saw the ball, I hit the ball.
I went to play last weekend after 3 days of practice, and I was able to shoot an 80, note that my regular score before all went down hill has been 78 76, so I knew I wasn't so bad, anyways.
Thanks to you, I'm hitting the ball again, and I have full visual of the ball, I had lost sight of the golf ball, I had no idea where it was, and I
Knew had to do with my stance and posture, I used to be one of those, who would make sure the club is at the correct distance, then the ball position, then set the body.
You fix it in one shot, I don't do that anymore, it is so nice to be able to see that ball again and hit a golf shot
Thank you. , Thank you very much.

Demir Mirza says:

Hi Sir im 8 handicaper before i lift up my backswing with arms now after watch your videos which is very helpful to me , i eliminate my hands movement on my backswing and really got very good contact with the ball every time but i am facing club shut club face problems at impact after this i tried everything weakend my grip but im get confused with this problem i was a high draw ball hitter before but now my ball flight is going low and left even with very good angle of coming down please help whats the problem with my swing now after maximize my shoulder turn.


Be careful with the "lawnmower" action – this is a great way to get your right elbow stuck behind your body if you're focusing on pulling it back.

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