YOUR HIPS are the ENGINE of the Golf Swing #shorts #golfswing #golf #ericcogorno

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Robert Edwards says:

If you have a problem with this, focusing on the hip may not work it didn’t for me). Instead, focus on keeping your weight on the inside of your trail foot. Don’t let the weight go to the outside. This automatically stops the hip sway

James Jones says:

Thank you so much

Marissa J Golf Fitness says:

Looks simple, hopefully my muscles will catch up with my brain soon enough.

SEZ88 says:

Tiger says it’s the hands

DrGashingtons says:

It’s all in the hips: Chubbs Peterson

James Waldrep says:

Absolutely incorrect ! Many bio-mechanical teachings is simply well intended, but not even necessary . Been teaching for years and have literally learned much of traditional teaching adds confusion.

Michael Mc mullen says:

At 14 the club pro told me to hit my old 2 iron off of the patio concrete. Great lesson, I could still see the 2 on the bottom of the club after hundreds of swings. I’m 71 and still able to hit a 2 iron off concrete without hitting the concrete. My hips are still working in spite of ignoring them in the swing. This ain’t rocket science duh.

TeddyCavachon says:

He and everyone else should read Hogan’s Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf to understand how to use the hips to power the swing. Notice in this video how his trail foot rolls to the outside. Hogan’s didn’t. Want to know why? Buy and read the book.

Baker Vinci says:

It’s amazing how the philosophy has almost changed. Or maybe it’s being explained differently.

Paul Greeff says:

excellent tip

John says:

Lateral movement on your
swing is very important on
those long drives!

Ayotolla Of Rock and Rolla says:

Not so much

Johnny Casswell says:

Another great little short to remember – the 'sway ' or lateral movement is something I've struggled with at times. Trying to feel like your right pocket is moving up to the right and right butt cheek turning to face the target is a 'feel' I've tried to remember to keep me solid over the ball during the swing. Thanks for the reminder Eric!

Jose Gomez says:

Fuck golf ⛳️

Porzak Golf says:

This is great!

Rich Rowell says:

Right hip to left heel .

mydogREX says:

only thing missing is the symbol… ⛳🏌️

J PP says:

Wrong, the shoulders move all the other parts

U4Eye says:

Best video I have seen on how to shank your balls..Hips Should Not be static to be accurate so just hesitant a second or articulate your rear hips Down and twist

Arnel DUMLAO says:

Your right knee is very straight. I was told it is wrong to keep your knee straight on your back swing.

Gdawg4ever says:

As long as you keep your center of weight behind that back knee you’re good 👍🏻

Jay Tee It Up says:

On the course today, I focused on your subject of this video. I could not believe how much I was swaying to the right during my swing. Trying not to sway during my swing, I I was making good ball contact but pushing it out to the right just a little. Great advice.

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