The Hip Move That Will Change Your Golf Swing

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Comments

Andy hodgson says:

Very helpful :). These videos get me practicing the correct things instead of practicing mistakes and making them more a part of my muscle memory.

David Holly says:

Russell, this was your best video. Love the ceiling camera. Can you think that your right hip replaces your crack on the back swing?

Colin Brown says:

Excellent visual from above – cheers Russ

Christian Traynor says:

love the visual from above used in detail. Way more relatable to my perspective as a golfer. I've always felt the industry standard 'front on' and 'dtl' views to just be confusing because it is difficult to judge depth etc. (not golf swing depth- just depth in the way the word is normally used e.g. for 2D graphics paintings etc.

permarklund69 says:

One of your best ever! I particulary like your explanation of the combination of linear and rotational movement and the camera angels?

Roger Newton says:

Very good and a simple explanation.

Donald Wright says:

Great visuals, thanks.

Robert Rodriguez says:

RH,
Outstanding video! I appreciate the top and slow motion views of your swing movements! I have been working on my hips and legs and your drill is what I was looking for! Thank you!

Jim Dearman says:

Really good def something I need to work on

Conure Ron says:

It is quite illuminating how the right hip stays “back” to initiate the downswing hip rotation – as if it becomes the new rotational axis pivot point. I’ve been trying to think/feel this in some of my practice sessions – (I think this revelation came from one of your previous videos). Is this the move that the “gravity golf” gurus preach about?

samj says:

Great stuff esp the top down view. Going to file this in my save list as I'm sure I will come back and watch it again.

usma1995 says:

Amazing breakdown of a very difficult concept.

Charles Hammer says:

I like most of your mini lessons, but many teachers today will say that at impact the club head, hands and arms will be in a straight line. They are unteaching shaft lean if you will. Mike Austin taught at impact that the hands go past the arms.

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