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5 SURPRISING TRUTHS THAT WILL INSTANTLY MAKE YOU BETTER AT GOLF

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This channel focusses on the golf swing and discussing in detail about the areas of the golf swing that most amateurs get wrong. Each how to video explains everything a golfer needs to know so they can improve their golf game and start lowering their scores, so wheter your trying to break 100, break 90, break 80 or break 70 then this channel will help you acheieve everything you want.

I don’t rely on many if any training aids with my coaching as I beleive that the change will happen once you understand what it is your really trying to do with your golf swing and once your understanding improves then you will start to make the correct swing change, I will occasionally offer drills to do as this can often improve your feel verus perception battle and help aid your cause.

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I’ll always try to put my swing on slow motion on the camera howver this is sometimes difficult due to the set up of my driving range and I’m often looking for privacy but I agree that seeing a Professional swing in slow motion can help golfers develop.

I do use the term perfect golf swing, not because there is a perfect golf swing or perfect backswing etc however I like to discuss options in all my videos and sgtrongly beleive there are 5 or 6 things we have to do in the golf swing but there are options for golfers to choose what they want to do which is why I feel im qualified to discuss the perfect golf swing as much as anybody else.

The areas I disucss in the golf swing are hip rotation, swing plane, upper body movements, how to gain speed in your golf swing, how to use the driver, all golf swing basics, golf swing for seniors, golf swing for irons, the elbow positions and whats the best way to swing a golf club and much more.

I also do alot of club reviews with Midlands Golf and specially Ronnie and coach at Four Ashes and a friend who helps me as I’m not the most technical person when it comes to club equipment, but we talk about what are the best golf clubs, golf bags, golf balls and even golf trollys. Everyone wants to know whats the best golf club and especailly the best driver which is why we test all of the clubs and give our opinion on what the best golf clubs are.

We talk about the popular tournaments upcoming especailly the masters as this is a favourite for every golfer.

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4 thoughts on “5 SURPRISING TRUTHS THAT WILL INSTANTLY MAKE YOU BETTER AT GOLF

  1. Looking forward to the next series – a good summary again and totally agree that impact is a bi-product of getting the fundamentals right – I continue to endorse the drill regime which if worked on over a period of time (I’ve been drilling in the separation move into my swing for 6 weeks plus now) then your ball striking will improve. Had a range session yesterday and experimented with trying to hit draws, fades, low balls and it was fun – I think some golfers get self conscious on the range especially if there are talented guys pounding the ball 300 yards and others – like I was trying not to lose what swing and ball striking they have so think they he to keep practising it by flogging balls – result you stay as you are and don’t improve – changes have to be made – really encouraging that you don’t have to have the ‘perfect ‘ top of the swing position in order to hit good shots!! Cheers as always Russell you are making a difference!

  2. Baby steps! Monkey see monkey do…. well I had to start somewhere. I watched the pros …for a long while in detail. I just focused on their shape.. the wide takeaway and used this as a start with an 8 iron. Getting the ball in the air with speed no1 rule for me so. 8 iron is perfect then introduce one club at a time. Use your own swing and adapt what you have,if you try to be a robot and watch too many coaching vids you will fail. It is impossible to work on more than one feature of a swing in a swing, an this can take up to 12 weeks to fully ingrain. The practice mat on a range is forgiving and misleading as it allows the club to glide into the ball more where as on grass it could deep divot/ chunk. Practice on the course more! Go when it’s quiet and no ones behind you putting pressure on you, use more than one ball off the tee, look at your divot lines are they right or left. This is instant feed back !!!!!
    I agree once your reasonably good at getting the ball in the air then experiment. Stand right with club face closed, stand left with it open see what happens if I do this or that and that’s when you’ll start to get better. Don’t have too many clubs in your bag! A 3 wood 6 iron 8, p/w, and lob wedge are all you need for now. Seriously. This worked for me I hasten to add and these are my own ways n ideas but we re all different. Oh and one more vital thing, you will only ever learn when you learn to make learning fun !

  3. For me…I tend to fall into doing the same things at the range because that’s what works. I don’t mean works in the sense that my swing gets better though. when “experimenting” there is almost nothing at the range which I can do to tell me whether what I am mentally trying to do is what is actually happening in my swing. Additionally even if I was doing something that is fundamentally better it may not lead to a better struck ball…at least initially. Without someone doing video of my swing and/or some kind of monitor giving me feedback the range is mostly just trying to groove a bad swing so that it is at least repeatable.

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