[TUTORIAL] Drive The Golf Ball Like Rory McIlroy πŸŒοΈβ€β™‚οΈ

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Athletic Motion Golf says:

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Dick Nastee says:

CoP backup?

Scott Hoyt says:

Awesome video, i have done this wrong for years and have not been able to get it right you have described a great way to work on this.
Great job as usual.

Min Li says:

The drill is exactly what I needed!

Min Li says:

Good to know shifting body while keeping spin vertical, will try it …

Jim Rinear says:

I will never understand why pretty much every teacher, including yourselves, feels the need to over exaggerate the way amateurs swing the club. Maybe it is just me, but I find it extremely annoying.

Richard Carr says:

is there any push from the right foot

Pryce Alderson says:

Would you apply this motion to hitting irons? With the ball further back to not be hitting up?

David Nguyen says:

You guys failed to mention Rory also straightens out his right leg along with his left.

Trebor says:

Great video. Would love to see a video on the relationship between the head/chest/hips lateral movement. I get a good low point and head position too far forward or head position is good and I get the ball

LabGorilla says:

In the water

Dynamic Hypnotic says:

I think he pulls back a little when he takes the club away because he is throwing his arms and club up together as one unit, and his body is sort of reacting to what it's about to do. When I try this on the range, I literally hit 15-20 yards further than a stock iron shot, but because it's not natural to me it's as little unpredictable. I also noticed that he lifts his left heel a tiny bit and replants it, and there's a little funny head twitch in there around transition or impact somewhere. Such a great movement though, it's pretty to watch.

George Howard says:

Greatest video ever from AMG. Light bulb went off. This sealed it for me. Thank you!!

Click Clicky says:

13:41 "Two inches isn't a lot."

Me: Well It's hell at 90 mph.

LabGorilla says:

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LOVE 1 ANOTHER says:

Yea, drive the ball like rory and hardly ever win anything

Fabio Apolito says:

I really like what you guys are doing. Thanks so much.

Jay Schwarz says:

Guys! On the first drill, it feels like the club face will be a bit too open. What do you tell folks to do to square it up as you do this drill? Right palm down? More rotation! Thanks!

Jim Vitali says:

great drill for the feel! another ah ha moment thanks fellas

GolferRon 72 says:

I just turned 66 and for a better turn, I started raising my left heel on the backswing. Will this drill still work for my swing? Most golfers keep the left heel down.

DASH1ful says:

i don't think the "kick back" is attainable to the majority of golfers. when you get into the angle of attack, really you don't want to think about launching the clubhead or even releasing the clubhead. as far as the right arm is concerned, a player only needs to activate the muscles in the left side of the right arm to release the arm thru. this, for me, is why the tommy fleetwood, henrik stenson type pre-swing is key. it's a pete cowen idea. he learned this from using an air resistance implement i gave him. but, with further regard to the kick back, most players will duff the ball if they try to do this. and, rory does have move up onto his toes to avoid hitting the ground with his club. and, in his interview with feherty, he did say that he had discovered that his club actually decelerated in the hitting area, and that he needed to more on his left side.

Travis Craven says:

I have been 3/4 there. The movement forward before push back was what I have been missing. Aha moment for sure! Thanks!

Dirk Rodriguez says:

Still holding some lag at impact?

Reid Thompson says:

Always been a kelnhofer guy, this is a different move. Open to new ideas with new technology.

Conor Smith says:

Great video, very insightful

555Trout says:

So I've got an analysis idea for you two:
I have a theory that the lead leg moves a certain way at transition re the knee and hip joints, ie fkexions/extensions.
I think in the best motions the lead hip fkexes at transition while the knee holds steady or slightly begins extension at transition.
Have you two ever looked at this?
I think that flexing the knee at transition actually causes hip extension, exactly what we don't want. It also occured to me that the lead hip will move back when doing this correctly, exactly what we do want. I watched a few hours of the great strikers and I think I'm seeing it right.
The so called "sit down move" doesn't include more lead knee flex, in effect we are replacing a slight left hip extension that occurs in the pivot to the top.
My theory is that "early extension" is actually a function of not putting the hip flexion back in at transition.
Tough to explain, but I'd be really curious what gears shows on this.
When I consciously seperate the knee and hip joint motions at transition like this, good things happen. The non flexing or slightly extending knee pressures the lead hip back as you add flex.
Hope I interested you guys in a look at this!

Paul Weyland says:

Great video

Ken McFarland says:

Wow just went to driving range and put this in to practice. Theres a mound there set at 250y that I could only hit with my driver set at 12 degrees. I always knew about sway and weight shift but I never understood the sway and more importantly the sequencing of the sway. I was always of trying to set up in the k position. Well I can’t believe it I ball is carrying over the mound and landing 20 yards past. I quickly put it back to 9 degrees. OMG it for the first time ever I got a penetrating flight that carried 40 yards past the 250 yard mound. This is with range balls. I was obviously too steep before but now I am sweeping it off the tee. Thanks Guys.

J. P. Montpellier says:

Well done Gents ! Very informative and helpful….. Bravo !

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