One EASY Golf Tip That Makes the Golf Swing so SIMPLE and POWERFUL

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One EASY Golf Tip That Makes the Golf Swing is so SIMPLE and POWERFUL. This is a great golf swing tip for making your golf swing simple and powerful. When you get your arms to do this golf tip, you will see better ball striking and more consistency with your golf swing. The golf swing is going to be so much easier for you when you do this golf tip.

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wannabehendrix says:

What is up with this guy?!! Everytime I follow his advice, my game improves!!!

Damian Oehme says:

Great video. (I miss watching myself in the background :-))

Tom Porter says:

Hey Tom – Tom here. This tip was fantastic for me, I played this morning and hit 2 pars and 3 bogeys across 9 holes – never EVER have I don't that. keep it up Mr.KFC!
Tom.

midnight4109 says:

I am finding that this is the key to a consistent swing. It is something many of us think we are doing correctly but not well enough. Thanks for pointing that out and offering a great solution!

Nigel Baynes says:

Hmm doesn't seem to fit with your lessons regarding keeping the trail arm in contact with the body i.e. Hogan example

Chris Koumas says:

Another amazing video Tom thank you..

Dale Cleece says:

Wow awsome work Tom , fantastic changes from the student 👏

Anthony D says:

"Just hold on loosely but don't let go, If you cling to tightly you're gonna loose control"… What a perfect description of the golf grip. Thanks, Tom for making that connection, and thanks to 38 special for that amazing lyric… Instant thumbs up from me!

gary fiscus says:

Great stuff. I need to work on this. I videoed myself and didn't realize my left arm was breaking down until i watched it

Preston Wilson says:

Hey I've been working on the things in your videos for about 8-9 months and I have been playing since may of last year and I got enough rounds of golf in today (playing 9 holes at a time) and I have my handicap on my golfpad app and it is 10.2 how good is that

Phillip R Jorgensen says:

The rule is keep your left arm straight unless you're John Daly.

Glenn O'neal says:

Hey Tom worked on that today but still was thinning a lot of shots and hitting some low iron shots they were going real straight which was awesome but not sure why I keep thinning some of the shots?

John Pfistner says:

I remember covering that .38 Special jam! Great song and song reference to this tip. I'm still here! I'm still standing. Oh, this tip does wonders of dropping that trail shoulder, too, on the downswing! 👍⛳🏌️‍♂️

Carl Runge says:

I have tried what you said still can’t hit it but around 200 yards

hussydahustla says:

Im bombarded by so many golf tips vids these days that have no substance, yours are gold.

Perry Thomas says:

Thanks Tom! Seems simple but most of us tend to let our arms be too short! Push away!

James Lisbona says:

I'm a right handed golfer. Love the stack and tilt but my irons start straight and then hook left. PLEASE HELP

SixFiveArms says:

I was hoping for a cameo guitar solo after that .38 Special reference. 😉

Melba Toasted says:

Thank you Tom Saguto! Your golf instruction is always the best of the interwebs!

Christopher Varela says:

When out to play a round and your push away method worked for me. I was hitting crisp shots and very straight shots also. Thanks alot.

Pete Croft says:

The breaking down of my lead arm has plagued me all my golfing life, hope this lesson can help me.

Jim Gaskill says:

Tom, I don't comment on golf videos much, but I have to say this one was excellent. Thanks for spending so much time on it, this tip is spot on for non-divot takers like me. Plus, the .38 Special song lyric reference is perfect for this tip! Great job, thanks again!

Kenny May says:

always enjoy these reminders,Tom.BTW,you call in a bomb threat?How d you get range to yourself?

Dan Zawadzki says:

Thanks for another great post, Tom. You know, sometimes we get so focused on all of the little nuances that are involved in the golf swing that we forget about the basics – the fundamentals of a good swing. I love these little reminders so that when I'm out at the range, on the course, or just swinging in my back yard something clicks in my head, a gentle nudge, to check the basics – like a pre-flight checklist. It helps keep the foundation strong and I think we all need that from time to time.

Chet Mehta says:

Great Video again (as usual) Tom! Where can we start adding power to this swing if done correctly? I'm assuming it would be the speed of the turn but wanted to get your opinion..

Tom Zani says:

Great video. The solid contact is instantaneous! I am really working on this. Have a great week!

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