You Won't Believe How EASY this Makes the Golf Swing

Today you are going to learn one of the most simple and powerful things you can do to improve your golf. What's awesome about this golf advice is it will take just 6 minutes of your time.

I wish I knew this stuff when I started as a beginner golfer

Years ago I was told that to be any good at golf I had to practice for 8 – 10 hours every day. However new research into skill acquisition and the golf swing has proven that quality practice is far better than quantity.

In fact many of the best golfers on the PGA Tour and European Tour are no longer just beating hundreds of golf balls every day. Instead they are performing very simple golf drills for just a few minutes each day to help develop muscle memory.

Now you might not want to do something every day but if you can find a few minutes here and there check out these 3 simple golf tips you can do indoors, in your garden, in fact any place at any time.

I guarantee you will begin to see and feel improvement in your golf swing and your overall golf game.

Here's the practice plan and summary of this weeks lesson
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I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

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Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

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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

30 thoughts on “You Won't Believe How EASY this Makes the Golf Swing

  1. Hi Danny,
    I've been following you for years, and you've been very helpful to me. Last year I also started watching Tom Saguto who teaches
    the Stack and Tilt method. Both of you teach very body friendly golf. I am a high handicap senior golfer who can no longer turn my body like a corkscrew. In today's video, I noticed many similarities with Stack and Tilt. Your wide stance has your toes out. This facilitates hip turn for those of us who are not very flexible. Straightening your trail leg while turning puts the hip turn on the proper path, and helps to keep you centered over the ball. Tom calls this "keeping the same relationship with the ball that you had at address." At the top of the backswing, your trail elbow is at a right angle, and your lead arm is straight, and across your chest, not way up high above your shoulders. On your downswing, your trail elbow is in front of your body. At contact with the ball, there is a bend in your trail wrist. Tom tells us to have that bend when we set up to the ball. This facilitates proper hand position at the top of the backswing, (lead hand flat, not bent back). The drill where you throw the ball stresses being able to have consistent contact with the ground. The only thing you did not talk about is keeping your weight forward. But straightening the trail leg while turning and staying centered over the ball and not swaying back takes care of this.
    I loved the exercises you demonstrated in today' s video, and will definitely incorporate them into my winter practice routine to keep my muscle memory remembering. I've got this all in my head. The difficult part is getting it into my body. I will never be an "A"
    golfer, but I will love golf as long as the course is well maintained, and there are plenty of flowers, birds, and a few bunnies.
    Keep producing your great video lessons..
    My best to you from an ardent fan.
    Franklin, Massachusetts

  2. I too was thinking of going to the middle East and playing some winter golf. Then I woke up. Great instructor you diserve it. I've gone from 34 to 21.7 in six months mainly because of you and the art of simple golf. The only one's I watch now. Played my last game of the season today in a gail force wind and muddy conditions. Finished on a high two pars and a birdie on the last three. Roll on spring. Thank you.

  3. Golf swing made simple, indeed. Following these simple moves allow less focus on initiating the downswing with the lower body. The hips and legs will follow naturally.

  4. Mr. Cowen talks about loading the lead shoulder for a draw or a fade. He let's the student feel his shoulder muscle show the difference. Since we can't do that over video, maybe you can go into "shoulder loading in more detail.

  5. Hi Danny- Without doubt one of your very best videos clearly explained and extremely helpful but requires 1. close attention to detail ( not really simple because there is a load of info here- but certainly understandable) and 2. rehearsals for improvement. A classic. Thank you

  6. Hi Danny Could you clarify for me please the relationship between compression and Club Head Speed? I am under the impression that compression isn’t so helpful for weaker players like juniors and weaker ladies. Is this correct ? I would appreciate if you could make this clearer for me. Thank you for another great video!

  7. What a perfect lesson! Really at a perfect time as winter is upon us in the Northern hemisphere and time to actually get out to play is limited by weather and holiday commitments. Muscle memory and how the swing is SUPPOSED to feel is so important! Thanks again, Danny!

  8. My big mistake is that when I take a couple practice swings everything works out. But as soon as I stand over the ball everything I just practiced goes out the window?

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