Reducing Lag Angle Golf Lesson

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Rick Shiels Senior PGA Golf Coach at Trafford Golf Centre helps Alex Lundy reduce his lag angle so that he can hit the ball much higher and further with less effort. This will help him and it may help you play much better golf.

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MYSTA GOLF says:

The original swing is superior in many ways. Down the line Position at the
TOP is rock solid in the original video. Also, lower body rotation through
the hit, there’s very little push or ground force in the RIGHT FOOT with
the NEW SWING. Lower half is collapsing and rotating TOO LATE, no external
rotation in the left leg, partly as a result of the changes, and ball
position is a factor. The ORIGIONAL ball position in the face on view, ( Im
assuming this is a 6 IRON) is the major culprit of the shaft lean, not the
lag, THE LAG IS FANTASTIC, this should not be taken away! The ball flight
in the video shown with the new swing is an awful start line, far left of
target, a player of what appears to be very good calibre here ( scratch
potential at least ), the last thing they want to see is the ball starting
left of their sight line like that. All do respect, I do not subscribe to
the changes here at all.

Andrew Foulds says:

Rick love the videos keep up the good work, question for you, iv herd of
people talk about early release but have you ever seen or herd or late
release, I suffer from a slice with my driver And my irons curve of to the
right as well but not as bad as my driver, I had a lesson a few months ago
and been working on my swing plane and got it more “in to out” because I
was told by the pro I was a bit steep in my down swing, he said my grip was
good and club face was good at the top of my back swing, but my club face
must be open if my ball is going of to the right…. Could I not be
releasing it early enough? Thanks in advances, Andy. 

Eric Davis says:

Usually takes time to make such significant changes. Dramatic!

Tim Spring says:

Great reviews sticking to data and facts
The yellow TM vs the Blue TM vid was brilliant and refreshing!
Is there anyway of making the data from the LM available so that club to
club comparison can be made.
Thanks
Tim


Paul Young says:

Rick like a lot of tour players your student loses some height during the
transition to the downswing which helps create the lag and helps increase
power at impact but unlike the tour Pros he doesn’t regain the height when
coming in to impact as the left leg stays quite flexed.
I was just thinking that if he maintained the lag but focused on
straightening the left leg and gaining a little height then this in turn
would shallow his angle of attack and be another solution to the problem?
Maybe? What’s your thoughts please?

Robert Holleyman says:

I think He is just sliding.
He gets far to ahead of the ball
The lags is ok.

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