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The only golf drill you will ever need to improve your takeaway in your golf swing. The correct golf takeaway will help you achieve a backswing that gives you the best opportunity to square up the club face at impact.

In this weeks golf lesson you will learn in my opinion the only golf drill you will ever need to make that first move perfect.

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I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

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Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

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John O'Gorman says:

Thanks Danny, that is a very good drill for the take away. I’m a Clone of your Father I’m afraid, with constant inconsistently bad contact, but hopefully this drill will improve my Golf Swings.

Caden Brandon says:

My mans has a tee in the end of the iron

Larry Bogenschutz says:

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Larry Bogenschutz says:

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Mister Feola says:

Thank you Danny!!!
Had to download this to show the guys

Ken Bagwell says:

Thank you Danny! I was lucky enough to go to the Phoenix Open this year, and it struck me how every pro has their left arm really close to their body going back. Now I believe know why, and I am going to make this a point of emphasis going forward.

Luc Rengner says:

Dear Danny. Thank you so much for your videos ! always very straightforward and yet so helpful !! I wish you'd teach in France !!

Simon Thorpe says:

spot on!! Such a simple drill and great results, well for me anyway

Ed Zajonc says:

Awesome video. Learned so much. I took it to the driving range and just loved the results. I now watch every week to get it all in my head. I can tell you it CHANGED my iron play. My biggest problem is consistency in my timing and so I am slapping at he ball. Just need to slow down and take a few more practice swings before I hit.
Thank you Thank you.
When you get to San Diego I owe you a pint! Lol

Amazing Asian says:

The takeaway always messes with my head because sometimes I get the right body rotating but then sometimes I let my arms/wrist get the club head square without proper body rotating. It's like 50/50 on the golf course …..

Wayne Clarke says:

Yet another great video with excellent explanation ?? I’m working on this problem at the moment

Adam Howells says:

I'm gona give this a go there next time I'm on the range it looks pretty simple ?

tmacphd says:

Best instruction on the internet………….clear and simple!!!!!!

channel999 says:

Hi Danny, once the correct takeaway position has been achieved with a connected left arm & body turn, and the club is in the correct position parallel to the ground, is it acceptable to then pull the club UP to the top with the right hand? I have always had passive arms and a very flat back swing (right elbow stays close to body at the top), so is it OK to use the right hand in the second half of the back swing (after body turn in the first half) to feel like I am pulling the club up and away from my head with my right hand to achieve a slightly higher position at the top, or is using the right hand going to create other problems?

Beaulacdebale says:

How to dig your own grave…

Freda Fitzsimons says:

I adopted this concept recently – Implemented by what I personally called soft hands, no wrist action early on – similar action just a different way to think about how to start a swing – hopefully, you agree – Neil ( using my wife's email account Ha Ha )

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