The One Thing All Good Golfers Do Naturally In The Golf Swing

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Comments

Rizal Abdul Kadir says:

Talking about fade … the sounds seems fade away

555Trout says:

Collin works the face closed to open on downswing. The best way to do it .
George has no chance cutting across and working from open because the two faults compound each other.
Seems like a very gifted athlete but what he's doing will not work.

David Taylor says:

Some great tips, but difficult to hear. Can you increase the volume?

Joseph Wirtz says:

For being a fader, George has a very strong grip.

Kevin Murphy says:

Thanks again Russell ,, iam a tad bit steep you might say with my swing and I've never corrected it ,,but that said I love the cut/ fade shot Iam steep but I close my face a bit at impact and it seems to cut 10 ,15 yards sometimes I love that look very pretty shot ,now I know I lose distance with that swing but I really don't like the look of a draw idk personal preference, now to have both shot would be a dream but iam a realist and a 15 HC which tells you I play once a week and don't practice alot !! watching this Videos iam starting to learn if you have a proper backswing I think the follow thru really falls into place becomes natural,I really don't think about what happens after impact and it seems to just happen ,, bla bla bla ,,anyway thanks again for your knowledge!!

Seamus Toomey says:

I think George needs to think less and take more of a dead aim at the target. Golf will never, ever, be perfect, you just have to be brilliant at scrambling on those days that it just isn’t happening. Those “in the zone” days are rare, even for the elite pros.

Old Pro Golf says:

From an upright position at the top, George is very fast with the shoulders which makes it difficult to drop the club to P6, shaft aiming to target or, as you say, just a degree or so left. The alternatives I see are to slow transition (Heritage), release from P6 with slower turn (Nicklaus) or lay the club off more at the top by left forearm rotation (Morikawa, Fowler, Heritage, many others). Please delete if inappropriate.

chachifeere says:

i have an out to in path with all my clubs i hit a draw with irons but slice with driver

David Kemp says:

Glad to see George's progress

James Thomas says:

I'll take George's swing, as is, and call it a day thank you.

matt becham says:

when i try to draw or fade, it turns into a snap hook or weak slice, I always try to hit it straight, which is too inconsistent.

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