The secret to great ball striking with your Driver and IRONS

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Would you like to know one of the big secrets to great ball striking with your driver and irons? Well in this golf video Danny Maude reveals how the best golfers naturally move their bodies in a way that helps them not only strike their irons and driver pure but how they do it with and effortless golf swing.

Once you understand this you too will be able to experience an effortless golf swing. It's all about feeling the correct sequence in the golf swing, using something called ground reaction forces.

If you have ever found yourself getting bogged down with too many swing thoughts then this golf lesson will really help make the golf swing simple.

Here's the practice plan and summary of this weeks lesson

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This golf lesson provides a couple of wonderful drills to help you hit your driver straight.If you are a beginner golfer and are looking for some golf driver tips that are simple and easy to do then you are going to love this.

I will show you the golf swing slow motion so that you can see what you need to do to improve.

We look at 3 things:

1. How to stop slicing your driver
2. How to swing more in to out or how to swing more inside out
3, How to get the correct impact position with driver

and I hope to do all this with simple golf tips so you can create an effortless golf swing

Hope you enjoy


Rob P says:

Excellent video. Thanks Danny.

Scott Foster says:

Thanks Danny, great illustration yet again. Easy to follow.

Neale Waldock says:

Another great video Danny. I hope you replaced all those divots or the green keeper will be chasing you

J B says:

Sounds great, is that also possible with stack n Tilt elements?

David Boddy says:

Club reacting to the body, fantastic, I found myself practicing along this line the other night when I was thinking about my sternum getting in front of the ball, it felt so good, now I see this video and it's likes yes that's me trying to make my body react to the club, thanks so much for this instruction!

Martin Martinez says:

Another fantastic video from the MAN…

David Ryan says:

Thanks Danny you da man

Donald Carr says:

Is this a type of forward press at start of backswing? Thanks.

TeddyCavachon says:

In terms of bio-mechanical and physics cause and effect is keeping the feet flat on the ground inhibits hip rotation which causes hand to pause and the momentum to whip and accelerate the club around the hands. There are two key places this needs to occur:

1) Backswing extension (front foot): Sweeping the club back low keeping club head outside of hands with a strong lead hand grip will pull left arm and club shaft straight. It is at the point keeping the front foot on the ground causes the hips to abruptly stop rotating at 45° closed the whipping action up against the force of gravity occurs and the club head accelerates much faster than it had been with just the sweeping action. In terms of kinetic energy in the swing the mass of the club head is the constant but if velocity increases the effect on force is exponential. In practical terms what extending the arm and club and giving it time to whip around the hands instead of a conscious effort to lift the left arm force generated in the takeaway extension / whipping around action effortlessly gets the club to the top of the backswing.

A strong grip is critical because a weak grip does not have the mechanical leverage to guide the club back in a way that prevents the elbow from bending. This can be observed empirically by trying different strength grips on the lead and and swinging the club back observing what the club force tries to hinge first, elbow or wrist? Path back also affects whether elbow or wrist hinge first. The closer to the target line the club is swung back the easier it is to get the momentum of backswing move to pull the arm and shaft straight and make the wrist the point of least resistance. The physics here is somewhat counter-intuitive because the lower the club is swung back in the takeaway the more it will react by whipping around the hands and lifting the left arm and pulling shoulders part hip. Swinging it up also gets it to the top but it requires more effort to and does not create as much whipping acceleration around hands an is less mechanically efficient.

Also it is important to realize the ergonomics of the body guide the path of the club back to the point the force compels the wrist to hinge but then the force becomes too great for the golfer to effectively steer it. This is why grip at address is critical because it controls how the wrists operate at the point the force cocks them. The forearms counter-rotating against each other and the right hand twisting forward against the club force trying to pronate the lead wrist. A weak grip at address will not have the leverage to prevent the lead hand pronation in the takeaway which result in the club swinging back too low and behind the shoulders instead of over them. At the point the left arm has turned 45° the grip should be keeping the butt of the club pointing at the body as at address. If instead the butt of the club is already pointing at down the target line the grip lacks the mechanical leverage and counter-torque in the forearms and hands to control it’s direction.

There is a simple technique for getting the correct counter-torque in the forearms and hands to control the club in the takeaway. Always establish it with while upright with elbows down resting on the side of the ribcage then just allow dropping the club forward to straighten the arms letting the club hang in the air. Then bend at the hips to swing the club in under the body and push hands towards the ground. This turns the forearms and stretches the muscles and pronates the wrists into a stronger grip

Javier says:

Danny thanks for being there!!! I like to study the golf swing understanding how it works and of course playing the game is the objective. I have purchased so many books and video training courses but nobody get the point across as you do, nobody transmits the concepts and feelings a you do. Thanks again, Javier from Spain.

Marshall Hinojosa says:

Great tips mate TY! ?

Jim Gallagher says:

You're the BEST!!!

Tyron Webb says:

Canterbury GC is a great course…

Nick Scott says:

I’ve seen many videos on what to do if you slice or hook. But I tend to slice drivers but everything else goes the opposite way. Any advice?

robert lucy says:

I top my irons and fairway woods I feel I lift the clubs with no turn

Randy Mahony says:

I always look forward to your videos Danny, especially when I'm in a rut and can't figure out what's wrong. Sometimes I just Binge until I find the right one.

nycabi life is great says:

THANK YOU ! This approach sounds like…. Just what I need 4 my long irons ! Thanks

alan carlyon says:

Hi Danny, I just love your so welcomed Blogs! I have been playing golf for over 50 years and I feel am playing better than when I was younger!
I have started to squat in which helps me with me being older, but getting to hit the ball further is a bonus! could you do a video about squatting which might help others in achieving better striking shots even when one being older?

Ben Wood says:

It’s crazy that this video was posted and that I found it today!

Before watching this, I experienced this feeling this morning at the range.

I found, not surprisingly, that using the big muscles created more power, but I WAS surprised by how consistent the shots were as well.

Mentally, I have always tried to place the club into position at various points in the swing, thinking that careful and specific effort on that front would result in increased accuracy and consistency, and that letting these big muscles like legs and core take over would overpower the club into poor positions and inconsistently so.

Nope! QUITE the opposite!

This video puts a clear explanation to, expounds upon, and confirms what I felt today. I never hit the ball better than this morning, and can’t wait to incorporate this more fully into what I’m doing.

Thank you, Sir!

Al Van Schaik says:

Danny, Thanks, that really helped explain my question. I learned watching Jack's "Golf My Way" series and he talks about the swing from the bottom up which I adhere too but your slight initial movement to the forward leg gets things going effortlessly. I seem to remember a demonstration of this with the bucket full of water or the pocket knife attacked to a towel.

The only pro that seems to hit this way is Louie Oosthuizen and he's very effective. I will work on it.

michael kirkbright says:

Brilliant as always Danny?

John Miller says:

Best tutor on youtube by a stretch of longness.

kim newling says:

I've got 2 things you taught me to work on. Don't want to overload my brain.


Great principles and fab instruction as usual Danny…..hopefully we can all transfer it to the course after having perfec ted it on the practise ground. Cheers

Boo Berry says:

Very well explained fundamentals for a good gold swing. If viewers can nail this, the rest is minor tweaks that will come relatively easy.

Gotchu Garrosh says:

Hi Danny, thx for putting this reminder out again. Agree on the importance of swinging bottom up from a very stable foundation. Yet currently learn to avoid ups and downs in the movement of the swing action…they seem to be counterproductive while working on increased consistency. Just startet with a Moe Norman setup, using the single plane… will see how it goes.

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