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You are currently watching a video about how to improve your irons instantly with this simple move, many golfers struggle striking the golf ball and this basic piece of advice will stop many golfers wasting their time with common misinterpretation.

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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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I do use the term perfect golf swing, not because there is a perfect golf swing or perfect backswing etc however I like to discuss options in all my videos and sgtrongly beleive there are 5 or 6 things we have to do in the golf swing but there are options for golfers to choose what they want to do which is why I feel im qualified to discuss the perfect golf swing as much as anybody else.

The areas I disucss in the golf swing are hip rotation, swing plane, upper body movements, how to gain speed in your golf swing, how to use the driver, all golf swing basics, golf swing for seniors, golf swing for irons, the elbow positions and whats the best way to swing a golf club and much more.

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Peter says:

I find the feeling of leading with a flat left wrist and fist as the pelvis rotates delivers the most accurate ball strike and finish. Consciously dropping down with a flat left wrist seems to activate my lower body to swing through on plane. Am I explaining the correct mechanics correctly? Please comment Russell.

Michael Libert says:

Stupid game is hard lol

Ben green says:

Another magic video ~ I have gained more information with your channel that is the core (pun intended) of golf swing . I have definitely gained the compression that was never their before ie bottom 3 grooves getting used instead of the one’s above on the blade face. Golfing /hacking/chunking for 25years plus and it is great to see new drills and ideas to fix problems. Many thanks from an ex flipper ( it’s been hard to change) but some of your drills stopped me giving up trying to change as little drills gave me a little success… great work Russell – ??

Curtis Vincent says:

Thanks again Russell. I can't find your video on the "windmill drill". Is it titled under a different name?

Dave Richardson says:

Again, superb cause and effect outcomes!

Craig Bynog says:

I’ve always over pressed at impact with early hip turn and now it’s so hard to rotate my hands/firearms at impact! Any suggestions Russell?

herman ng says:

Talk too much instead of demonstration

Robt Bomba says:

Always best to have lots of actual shots/swings/contacts to demo what should be practiced/done with golf clubs … with slo-mo's and voice overlays … multiple shots to demonstrate what words attempt to explain. Lots of people have problems with irons and concrete demos of same … how to hit a ball correctly … definitely will help

Evilrr cbr600 says:

Played a round of golf today and man is it frustrating ? Russ, let me know when you visit Queensland Australia so I can book a session with you. If only ??

Sean Coxe says:

I watched this video, then immediately picked up a club, went out back, and did a few swings. I immediately felt what you talked about in the video: My hips were moving toward the ball in my downswing, I was standing up to create room, and flipping my hands in an attempt to get everything back on plane. I didn't realize I was doing this–I couldn't feel it–until you described it in this video. Thank you, again.

Scottie boy says:

Yet again another detailed and beneficial video Russell just hope when I put all your videos together my jigsaw will be complete just need to put them all into practice cheers ?️?️????

mikegrotle says:

Thanks again Russell, I’ve been watching since 600 subscribers ! Always love the talk about the role the hips play in the swing.
I’ve always suffered from early extension. Your lessons have helped me feel compression of the golf ball. Nobody isolates and talks about the hips like you do because I think from your teaching experience you see that it’s one of our biggest problems in the swing.

Roy Dunfee says:

This is the instruction I needed (4:205:25). For the longest time I felt like something was fundamentally wrong with my swing but I didn't know what. I felt like it was one key move keeping me from consistency. I did know ( from a golftech lesson) that I was fighting early extension, but I didn't know how to combat it. This video has given me that "one" thing I was not doing. Thank you so very much!!

Jason Cragholm says:

That was a super gr8 video and perfect explanation of how hip extension and flippy works together, I also liked that explanation of the forearm and wrist bow…just all great stuff, I appreciate this because I have never heard it explained like that and m making brain connections which is awesome! Thanks Russ!

Chris Hollis says:

Great stuff as usual Russ

John Shalavi says:

Excellent breakdown of the steps and why we get stuck on the downswing. Thank you.
I am not sure how you move the pelvis forward to open up space. Can you provide a key thought or feel on how to achieve that?

paul togher says:

i keep squashing the top of the middle finger on the left on the downswing wud u know why i do this russle great videos

Dave Wade says:

Another good one Russell but I am a bit confused as I would have thought that early rotation of the left forearm would counter the effect of trying to retain lag by keeping the inside of the right forearm pointing to the sky?

Nigel Freeman says:

Hi Russell. This video described me to a tee.

Jonny Galt says:

Thanks for being the teacher I've been looking for, these videos are excellent.

John Self says:

Hey Russell you've some good videos here. You really take the time to explain your thoughts rather than offering quick and easy fixes. Early hip extension has plagued me for 30 years or so. I just cannot seem to play without it although I'm always trying things out on the range. Judging from the videos of yours that I've seen it seems you feel it's the one element you have to get right if you want to maximise your talent. Probably too late me, but I'll be working on it again tomorrow:0 Thanks!

e james says:

It's quite easy to get the hands leading at impact by using a training club with a bent shaft. In fact, it's so easy that one doesn't even have to think about it…….you just automatically do it. The problem is transferring that feeling to your regular straight shaft clubs. Now, after 3 months of daily work, I've done it.

Jeff Watson says:

Thank you, thank you, thank you! You just explained what I have been fighting in my swing for the last 8 years.

David Wilson says:

the more I watch your videos the more I learn. ive been putting this into practice down the range and on the course and the results speak for themselves. hitting powerful straight drives rather than power fades/slice 🙂

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