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Eddie Gibson says:

Grant has the Stack and Tilt swing yes?

Randy Barnhart says:

doesn't your red line mark the path of his club head, while your yellow line depicts his hand path?

Jett24Endsley says:

Awesome video Adam! Helped me gain a good amount of yards all around

Gayle Grant says:

The pic of man in the blue shirt looks like a stack and tilt guy.

Ron Stanley says:

this was a great video, I am going to practice this.. thank you.

Mitchell Folbe says:

How to do this without throwing your back out?

Don Jacobson says:

Thanks so much for this video.

I've watched your iron swing at 2:28 in slow motion about 12 times so far. What a nice, smooth swing, and one I want to imitate!

Jim Tomlinson says:

Thanks for these simple drills

Bob Smoot says:

Excellent drill to make sure you get max impact speed with control, thanks

Matt Stouch says:

love the content, thank you for all of these videos trying to like and comment on each. do you use golf tips to pick up women at he bar?

Jared Kopetchne says:

Dudes the best

Steve McCabe says:

Yep, right on the spot. Thanks for sharing.

jay hamilton says:

Another amazing video, thanks for showing it! I've always wonder why the wide take away was important, couldn't find it anywhere.

Diabolical 1 says:

One of the first lessons I had with a well known instructor highlighted this very issue. My swing was too narrow. But there is more too it than a wide backswing. This is a great example of how to understand and implement changes.

Ken Kohl says:

So, post-impact extension?

Corek BleedingHollow says:

Just feel forever stuck at 16 handicap… I hit some good shots but not enough to really get lower. Break 90 by a few shots every now and then. Breaking 80 is such a tall brick wall.

Greg Snyder says:

You're the man adam!


I I recently purchased a new driver. When i was getting fitted they told me the #’s were showing that i was hitting 4 degrees down. Do you have a training drill that remedies this problem ? Thanks. Really enjoy your instruction.

rick lamb says:

Thank you for all your excellent content. You are distinctive in your mastery of straightforward (and clear + correct!) use of the language, where there is no question about what you are describing, and also in making points related to your main intention. In this clip, the lag angle is certainly important, maybe not paramount, but, just like a figure skater will extend her arms to slow a rotation, and vice versa, if the center of mass of the club moves closer to the center of rotation, then basic physics shows that the rotation at that time can be faster, and will increase in its speed.
You make that as a related point, which avoids complicating your main point, which is intent to follow through to both arms straight. Really good stuff, thanks again.
(would you agree that there is a 2D versus 3D illusion in the caddie-view of Grant Waite, where, as his chest/trunk turns in the backswing and the clubhead moves up and behind his foot-line, the illusion could be that it is getting closer to his center of rotation? whereas in 3D, the distance from the clubhead (or the handle) to, say, his sternum, may not be much narrower than in his takeaway. As Pete Cowen says, there are lots of "cones and spirals" in a 3D picture of a good golf swing, such as Waite's).

Conure Ron says:

Nice: physics involved!

Gary Leahy says:

Great tip, Adam. Your videos have given me some great tips and knowledge of how the swing works. Thanks.

Dave Murray says:

Very interesting visual! How do you deal with the somewhat "competing" ideas of staying centered throught the swing, but getting that forward width on the through-swing (e.g. Grant Waite)?

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