Left Handed Golf Series – The Downswing

Episode 5 of Andy's Learning Golf Left Handed
This video demonstrates the ideal downswing path for the shots Andy wants to hit.
It also explains the importance of taking each swing thought one step at a time rather than overthinking and filling your head with too many which will eventually prove destructive.

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26 thoughts on “Left Handed Golf Series – The Downswing

  1. I really appreciate the comment you do in the film about bringing the left arm tight to your body during the down swing. This tiny piece of information is something I haven't heard from anyone else (including my club trainer). Last time I went to the driving range, I remembered that comment and 'applied' it (my right arm as it were, because I'm a right handed player). And darn, it made a difference really! It's much easier to hit the ball square now. So with that said: thank you very much!

  2. I'll share a secret with everyone so you know if you golf from the correct side or not. Or at least you'll have some info to help make an educated choice. I started golfing 30 years ago as a righty. Then 2years later I switched to lefty. Maybe I'll switch back? The golf swing is much determined by your strong leg. If someone asks you to jump as far as you possibly can with a running start, most of us would jump off the right foot! Meaning your right leg is stronger. That usually means you'll be better golfing as a right hander. It also helps turn your hips. I jump off my right leg but I'm a lefty. A natural lefty will jump off their left leg.

  3. Carter I'm left handed & played right handed for over 20 years but always wondered if I could improve beyond what I was if I had access to left handed clubs as a youth, I've recently purchased a left handed 6 iron & putter in & attempt to try left handed golf, any tips would be great as I had a few chips with the 6 iron & felt very disorienting aftwards but I can actually strike the ball but it all looks wrong /odd

  4. Try predominately to swing the club down with you right arm and I promises you that your impact will be much better. Less thought on the left side.

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