START THE DOWNSWING CORRECTLY – TO PERFECT IMPACT

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Starting the downswing correctly will help you achieve a great impact position and thus maximise your chances of generating powerful accurate golf shots.

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Comments

Nikki Marconi says:

Did the 101…loved it…the step away drill I need mucho practice!,, this was a wonderful experience for me as I’ve had many bones surgeries on the lower part of my body and tend to not feel it so I can get all armsy… this video and another video where you spoke up a very young boy and how he really went for it when he hit his drives, it was nice to feel the power actually going into the ground, and so I was doing this throughout the game yesterday, thank u

Burton Rd Forever 1977 says:

Really have problems hitting turf before ball. Think I'm trying to hit it too hard with my upper body and need that fluid 101 stroke. Great video as always. Cheers.

Kevin Johnson says:

Brilliant tips they've helped me a ton I've recently got back Into my golf and watching your videos has helped me carry on where I left off.

randell danner says:

As i learned it, the down swing starts from the ground up.

Michael F says:

Thanks Danny, judging from the comments I guess I'm not the only one needing these keys. Gotta go work on these now! Keep them coming and you'll make better golfers out of all of us.

Dennis Bliden says:

Danny, I am on a great roll with your lessons. Last week it was the shoulder turn drill that greatly improved my swing. Today, I used the "101" tempo on every swing, from driver to chip shots and putting. I felt so relaxed. I hit two klunkers the entire round and both times the ball was gone before I finished saying one hundred and they were both topped shots. I am 72 yrs. old, playing four times a week, living in south Florida. I feel like I am striking the ball better than when I was younger. Your drills are simple to apply. Most of them had been shown to me at some point in my golfing life which is maybe 60 yrs, but as the expression goes, " when the student is ready, the teacher appears." Please to make your acquaintance Coach!

Egbert Meyers says:

Thank you Danny! A friend of mine asked if he could count like that in Dutch also. I told him NO! It only works in English! Hahaha…

Tom Finnell says:

Wish to thank you ahead of our season, dead of winter here but have been attempting your drills in the back yard, Your common sense approach to a correct swing have been very helpful , easy to remember and perform. Thank You

Nikki Marconi says:

Finally!!!! Thx Danny…superb lesson 🏌️‍♀️🏌️‍♀️🏌️‍♀️

Essential Wills says:

great videos

Eduard Walhout says:

Danny are you following me around when im practicing? Very timely advice for me again…

1drummingdriller says:

Thanks for this drill. Your previous drill getting us amateurs to “feel” what a pro feels in the golf takeaway and downswing was awesome, but I tended to freeze my lower half in the downswing causing some big pulls left. This should help getting the lower half moving first.

Hogtaffy says:

As usual Danny; great training video, many thanks. Question:- re the flex in the right knee? In the set-up, the knees are flexed, in the top of the back swing the right knee is straightened (a little? completely?) During the start of the downswing the right shoulder comes down and the right knee is flexed again. As the right shoulder drops, is the right knee (re)-flexed to exactly the same extent as in the set-up? If it's flexed too much I'll get a fat shot, too little and it's a thin. I understand the 'turn' principle including the weight shift to the left leg so that I'm facing the target when the I've hit the ball, how do I ensure I get a 'ball then turf' strike. In other words, what do I do with my legs to avoid a fat or a thin ball-strike?
Keep on sending the videos please.
Kind regards
Peter

M. Thomas says:

this is going to help at least 90% of golfers

u2b4laz says:

Excellent video instruction Danny. When trying out the drill, one of the first things I realized was that i was not lifting my arms high enough in the first place. When I became conscious of this and corrected it, it was even easier and more natural for me to start the swing correctly.

One thing I struggle with when I swing my irons is maintaining the shaft lean that I set up with before the backswing. I use a Flightscope monitor when I practice and while the swing is too fast to catch on video, I can see from the launch angles recorded that I am actually adding loft in addition to whatever my club face already has which is costs me a lot of distance. So despite the good downswing the bounce of the club hits flat and my swing still fails to take a good divot in the right place (if at all). I'd love to see a drill that helps me maintain my desired shaft lean (or de-loft the face) thorough the swing, if you might have such a lesson in your amazing bag of goodies.

bill davidson says:

Another good video Danny. Since I started watching your videos, I have stopped slicing the ball (I can if I need to), hitting a slight draw with the driver. My sand save percentage is way up, I am a better chipper of the ball. GHIN index went from 16.5 to 11.2. Putting is always day to day, need to work on that however. Thanks again!!!

ar halimi says:

Hi Coach .. all are wonderful drills leading to better dwnswing.
My question would be at the 2nd drill ie "sequencial" drill – I see the right foot also moved ie exapnding (isn't it now wider?) the original stance setup?? Even coach had to drag the trailing foot forward a bit.
Neway, tQ💜 again.

John Ransford says:

I learn the most from you, Danny. Much appreciation for your approach.

Billy Cross says:

so, happy gilmore it?

William Parke says:

Cheers Danny mate ❤️

Richard Wilson says:

Thanks Braddha Dan. Have you ever thought of posting a video of you actually teaching one of your clients. I mean the real thing, a one hour session with a real beginner or duffer or even someone who is scratch. You could get their consent (I am an attorney and could provide you with one) to use the training and their image for the exclusive use in your u-tube videos. I really liked the one with the old-guy from last week about how you corrected his driver swing. Think about it. Again, really enjoy the advice and suggestions. Rich

Bill Switzer says:

Brilliant video, as usual! Takes constant reminding to do the correct things for good impact. When you get it right, it's a great feeling. I use a similar counting-type sequence when I putt. It seems to help. Cheers!

jill barnes says:

Thank you Danny. Good timing as in order to stop rolling my hands over at impact I've got out of kilter and I am only using my arms which has strained my right hand side neck muscle! Yes getting back to that crucial steadying move of the One Hundred & One gives you time to begin the swing. I am very good at hitting in just the One Hundred count.

Sven Johannson says:

great tips i'm going 2 hundred and three gotta finish on 3 !! thx

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