The Perfect Golf Swing Release: Lag Doctor Before and After with RST Student

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To watch the full 5 Minutes to Perfect Release Video CLICK Below:
http://www.rotaryswing.com/youtube/index.php?vid=release&version3&ref=320

How would you like to have the perfect golf release?

My name is Clay “The Lag Doctor” Ballard. This video was created from a lesson I had with a recent member of the Rotary Swing website. As you can see from the before and after videos, George was able to dramatically improve his golf swing release in a very short period of time.

Well you can. You can learn how to release the golf club effectively and effeciently with our simple 5 minutes to the perfect release drills.

Rotary Swing founder Chuck Quinton will walk you through a step by step process to help you hit the ball farther and straighter with less effort than you ever thought possible.

To watch the full 5 Minutes to Perfect Release Video CLICK Below:
http://www.rotaryswing.com/youtube/index.php?vid=release&version3&ref=320

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Comments

I'm Simon says:

There are hundreds of ways to complete a golf swing. Results are always
effected by factors unique to each golfer (size, strength, flexibility,
speed of movement, endurance, hand to eye coordination). To assume your
methods and concepts are superior for all, especially when your ideas are
modeled after gifted golfers that learned young and devoted thousands of
hours of practice is at best arrogant and at worst counter productive…

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

It is a lot less timing oriented than you would think. Since you are
letting it release with its own centrifugal force, and you are not
physically trying to release the club, it is consistent. You are actually
slowing the arms to let the release happen. Watch the Phil Mickelson, “Lose
your flip and learn to release the club”.

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

You would really like the new “Get Rid of Your Chicken Wing” video on the
site. Even if you don’t have a chicken wing it will really help with your
extension after impact. We are releasing it today on the website. Keep up
the hard work Jared. Thanks for the comments. ~Clay Ballard

Jared Fawson says:

I could never get proper extension with my arms post impact until watching
this video. It is clear and to the point. Took me the better part of an
afternoon to fully get it. After initially getting it I struggled until I
realized I how important it was to anchor my head. Once I got that down it
was mindblowing how easy it was. I imagine most people struggle with this
and would do wonders for their game by following the concepts and really
putting in the time to practice the movements properly.

FitFast8 says:

The flip (right wrist flattening too much) requires the most timing and
loft is inconsistent. The reality is the body also helps release the club
too. This roll-body release is actually relatively slow in the impact area,
and with a correct grip you can just hold on and, assuming you have the
correct ball position (and rest of swing!), the club will rotate smoothly
through the hitting area.

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

Since you are letting centrifugal force release the club with very little
guidance from the hand, the release will be extremely consistent. Its not
that you are manipulating this with the wrist, although it may feel that
way if you are used to holding it off. You can absolutely square it up with
the body, but you will lose a lot of speed. Allowing the arms so release
past the body, and letting the face release, is effortless speed that is
easy to gain.

jericho574 says:

Doesn’t think type of roll release require precise timing?

Ian Blackburn says:

Interesting stuff thanks. Very well explained

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

Thank you Ian.

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

The toe of the club can move 20 mph faster than the heel. That equates to
20 yards of extra distance with no effort (since the sweet spot will be
moving around 8mph faster).

RotarySwing.com Golf Instruction says:

Since you are letting centrifugal force release the club with very little
guidance from the hand, the release will be extremely consistent. Its not
that you are manipulating this with the wrist, although it may feel that
way if you are used to holding it off. You can absolutely square it up with
the body, but you will lose a lot of speed. Allowing the arms so release
past the body, and letting the face release, is effortless speed that is
easy to gain.

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