These 3 swing faults can RUIN your golf game – but are EASY TO FIX

Have you ever found that you hit the golf ball well at the driving range but can't seem to transfer the same great ball striking to the golf course? In this weeks golf lesson I reveal 3 golf swing faults that I see day in, day out on the lesson tee that literally ruin your golf game.

The great news is once you become aware of them they are relatively easy to fix. ?

In fact I was out playing with a good friend of mine Paul at the weekend. We hadn't played together for over a year and I couldn't believe how much distance he had lost off the tee.

His backswing had become really uncoordinated which meant it wasn't just lacking in power but also in accuracy too. He was suffering from swing fault number 1.

The great news for him is I had an amazing golf drill I learnt from an incredible golf coach in the US called Fred Shoemaker. The golf drill is so easy to do and really helps to create a perfect golf backswing.

For Paul who was looking for something very simple he could take to the golf course it gave him wonderful way to experience the perfect golf backswing.

In todays golf video Im going to give you the very same golf drill plus make you aware of two other big golf swing destroyers I see all the time.

It seems like a lot doesn't it? But I've managed to combine all three golf drills into one. I call it the;


Hope you enjoy, all the very best, Danny Maude ?

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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

19 thoughts on “These 3 swing faults can RUIN your golf game – but are EASY TO FIX

  1. Another fantastic lesson. Explaining what player's are doing wrong is the most important part of these videos for me. I've improved my handicap by 6 shots in 12 months and there's still plenty room for improvement. Thanks Danny.

  2. You should enter the long drive world championship Danny. Did I really see 492 yards on the last shot with the driver? Erroneous result aside, another brilliant video. Thanks Danny and thanks Fred.

  3. Yes, I tried a bigger,wider backswing (with the inevitable “you’re too far outside on your backswing!” advice from playing partners) but find myself straighter and 2 clubs longer.

  4. Thanks a lot for this, Danny. Have tried several of your drills to fully extend on the backswing (throwing the discus etc) but this video seemed to really do the trick. I think you mentioning about being "scared to let go and trust the swing" was a very helpful reminder. Going to keep coming back to this video, I am sure! Thanks again, Danny.

  5. Everything up to the 3w has been fine recently, but my driver went Pffft (Yes! Pffft!) in a big way. This drill has been very helpful. It gave me the sensation of the torso turning back freely "underneath" the arms. I went to the simulator, using the drill as a practice swing for the driver, then applying this feel to the actual swing. It's nice to have those 30 or 40 extra yards back. Thanks!

  6. OMG!!! I don't believe it. I was telling my colleague this just last week… That I hit my driver better if I rotate and look/ at my back swing before refocussing and delivering the strike!! But I am SO SCARED to do it on the course in case I stuff up!!!
    I was right…I'm going to do it now.

  7. Excellent video Danny. One thing you didn’t emphasize is that to make that nice, flowing swing you need to remove all tension from the upper body – hands, arms and shoulders. Upper body tension is the biggest swing killer I’ve observed in my 65 years of playing the game. If you keep the tension out and perform the steps you show here, the game becomes much less complicated than we make it out to be.

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