THIS COMMON AMATEUR MISTAKE COULD RUIN YOUR GOLF SWING

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Comments

percival23 says:

A common practice for "YouTube" golf instructors is to take 6 minutes to explain a common mistake, never really show the common mistake and say things like "you have to find your own feeling that works well for you"

You guys are all about the "clicks".

Noel Oblena says:

now that's a big tip on how the trail hand arm is helping on the impact, I never heard before from you russell, thanks

keeganator17599 says:

I have no idea what this guy was trying to say

Tom Nolan says:

Super video and the point on pivot was great just figured out were I’m going wrong thanks keep up the great work

Richard Swayze says:

after trying both I find when i drive the elbow infront of my hip my hips clear much better and easier …not sure why but my hips seem to react to the elbow drive in front of the hip

Bob Neuendorf says:

Well Said, Russell. I keep watching this particular video over and over again because it is so valuable!

MrZocor says:

So how do you hit the ball with all of that twisting? Explain please.

Steve Smith says:

good info, cheers.

Broony Broony says:

Too many words to say very little !

Richard Swayze says:

Does being a fader of the ball (DJ) vs a drawer (Rory) have something to do with where there elbow gets positioned?
Fade more infront for out to in swing …draw more against the side for in to out swing path

Ronald morissey says:

Forget the naysayers below; this is good stuff, precisely what I am working on at the moment.

paargz opao says:

how ridiculous

Steve Johnny says:

Those of us with shoulder/back injuries really struggle with this type of movement. Any tips?

Genuine Comments says:

No idea what that was all about

Asuman 8 A says:

It’s good but big talk

Steven W says:

If only, right? Every time I think I’ve got it, it gets me. Been playing for forty years and at times look very well and then it evaporates. Inept teaching makes one develop on their own until now that is. Thanks.

King Rian says:

Great video

James Langley says:

Too much talking and too little showing. Four minutes in you show what to do. The first four minutes are just too abstract.

Frans Bernard says:

Sry hard to get what he said. Dont like brit english

Gmonkey says:

so whats the common amateur mistake ?

Todd Little says:

I like to think of the arms at least on the early part of the downswing moving due to ground up forces, activation of legs hips torso wherby the sequencing will create the maximum spiral forces

Carl Walker says:

superbly explained as always Russell

Insufficient Funds says:

There are a lot of people that have helpful tips for the golf swing. Your trail arm explanations are so simply put I cant wait to have a few sessions under my belt. My swing videos are a key that you can use to show multiple faults that i have been trying to fix for months. Thanks so much and hopefully I can post a new swing video soon that looks much better. Cheers mate!

Sergio carter says:

aloo la verdad excelente video lo disfrute necesito el proximo video me despido les mando kisses gracias

Michael Sparks says:

Russell, love your stuff. The detail, the flexibility and knowledge. More Please

Ayjay Kay70 says:

I practise these moves in a mirror where I'm using the lower body movement to bring the arms down. Problem is that I never seems to be a lot of stored power there with which to hit the ball with. What am I missing? I've checked videos of my swing and it doesnt look like I'm casting. Is it a blend thing? Is it in reality lower body chest and arms/hands altogether??? Rather than lower body/chest then arms and hands??

Tomasz Bednarczyk says:

I am great fun of your channel and have seen almost each video however I am really keen on more classic golf swing as Mike Austin's compound pivot. It turned out to be more natural for my phisical abilities. Could you please make a video where you compare those two swing types I mean "classic"-old school and let's say the "modern" one you teach

Denis Masliah says:

Great support for all of us confiné home! And really very good details … I will try to apply it as soon as we can wonder outside.
Again thank you.

C B says:

Russell, like the videos. I'm a struggling self taught mini tour guy in Texas. You do any personal lessons online?

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