Stop This Backswing Destroyer And Using Your Hips Wrong

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The Golf Swing Feels Easier With This Backswing Hip Tip Learn the simple golf swing tip that you need to feel in your backswing to have effortless golf swing power and consistency. This golf lesson is when you don't turn the hips or resist the hips in the backswing you getter golfers. So we activate them instead and I show you how to do it right now as you watch this golf lesson from Alex Fortey. Don't Turn The Shoulders will surprise many of you as to how you need to look at and feel your own golf swing too. With One Small Change

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Here's what we cover in this golf video.
Don't Turn the hips in the golf swing, do this instead
Resisting the hips is a bad thing for your body like PGA tour pros Tiger Woods and Jason Day
Bubba Watson Hip turn in golf swing done too much causes swing faults
Hip turn activation for a better backswing

Alex Fortey from the Art of Simple Golf gives you a simple golf tip to improve your golf swing Enjoy this golf video to help you get closer to having a perfect golf swing.. YOUR perfect golf swing.

Your swing will be worse if you make one of the mistakes that many frustrated golfers do of turning the hips incorrectly in the golf swing, especially the backswing will not only ruin your golf swing consistency, it will hurt your body and you will struggle to have effortless power.

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The Art of Simple Golf says:

Let me know if this makes sense and you will try it. πŸ‘‡ Also check out Don’t Turn Your Shoulders In The Golf Swing

Jack Dorris says:

Tiger at his peak restricted his hips to 30deg. Rory continues to adopt the same.

Prakrong Phrasawang says:

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Great video!

Chris Snape says:

Thanks just what if have been looking for. It used to be natural, very cool 😎

R2d2 says:

Does sitting down into "it" mean the real leg heel? Thanks

Yolan Labonne says:

gΓ©nial cette lesson, je vais l'essayer au practice. you are Γ  Goodyear professor. thanks

Chris T says:

Wow this is what I needed. I wasn’t letting my hip turn enough! Now I’m back thanks a bunch !!!!

Jj Campbell says:

Most of the videos say you should turn your hips on the backswing at least 45Β° and the shoulders turn about 90Β° what you are saying is don't turn laterally or level your hips on the backswing but push the right hip back and sit I can see where there is less stress on the back is there any other difference between pushing back and rotating back to 45Β° I see possibly this can give more rotation of the hips on the downswing than the lateral move kindly advise thanks Jack

Marty Petrey says:

First video I ever watched that gave me immediate success. Practiced this move 15 minutes. Changed my golf swing.

Dustin Davidson says:

I struggle with lack of width as well as length.

alan carlyon says:

Your in-depth of the golf swing really is an eye opener Alex, you are miles ahead of the other coaches on you tube! But the drill with the wall – I would advise your viewers not to have a golf club in their grasp when doing this drill, as one can end up with to steep a backswing – resulting in them chopping down on the ball on their follow through! I am a pensioner and I have a shorter back swing now, but I am hitting the ball longer/further now due to me having 60% of my weight on my left foot (right handed golfer) I imaging myself/swinging/opening like a spring gate which opens and shuts repeatedly and fits back into it's latch! Yeah the pelvis has a lot to do with my swing, I will try this drill out as I think I might be standing to tall at my set up! Thanks Alex – AGAIN!

Jacob Perry says:

Very good video

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