Throw the Clubhead for Longer Drives

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Steve Pratt and Jerry Crowell, PGA take you through the Mike Austin golf swing philosophy of pivoting under and throwing the crap out of the clubhead freely without impedance.

If you can skip a stone, you can hit a 300 yard drive! This can only be done in the golf swing if you start from a throwing position with the right arm free away from the ribcage, not packed in. Once the body is in position, the release of the clubhead whips through with incredible acceleration.

I cover every small detail of this motion in my step-by-step video tutorial. Check it out here:

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chubby chequer says:

How do we turn this into a real swing

Mary Denesha says:

here is the problem from a students' perspective: The motion with the right hand throwing the ball is not the same
wrist motion with the club….one is an around motion and the other is an over motion…..which one do we actually try and do??
Thanks, Gary

Joe Rincione says:

It would be helpful to demonstrate with a golf club.

jch3200 says:

Steve, Having problems sending emails to you from your email I got today. Been subscribed for 2 wk now and enjoy the videos.

jch3200 says:

Steve, Since I am a visual learner I think if you would show more with the club in hand, and how this works in actual swings. Love the lessons and have been working on these concepts in my swing. Long time Austin and Dunaway viewer and Jerry from another site. Thanks, Jim

fourftr says:

Steve You and Jerry do a super job demonstrating Mike Austin teachings. Bummer for me your on the west coast. I live in New Hampshire. By luck do you know anyone who teaches over here

Sean Grant says:

Would this be the same sequence for pitching.

Louis Pounds says:

Hi guys really enjoy the video just a point for me to fully understand I'm kind of confused between your video with the hula hoop and Mike dunaway's rotating plane video where it looks like he turns more with the hula hoop. Can you please clarify?

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