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Beginner Golf Swing Basics – 3 Shortcut Concepts & Drills

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  1. Man Adam, I found myself curious about how to improve golf swinging when I only golf maybe 3 times a year! You are the most clear and concise instructor I’ve had the pleasure of hearing. I’ve learned many hobbies with many other teachers, but your instructions are just spot on, very easy to understand. Keep things the way they are, you’re doing fantastic!

  2. Super helpful video! I am a lifetime member of Adam’s SGA site but still enjoy the YouTube videos to give a different spin on topics.

  3. What’s the definition of a beginner? I’m just over a year playing and consider myself a beginner. With the comment about aimng at the back of the ball when I try that I feel like I’m staying behind the ball, working on my weight transfer to the left side to stop this.

    1. @Scratch Golf Academy yeah I don’t mean or want to stay behind but that’s happening so I’m trying hard to just turn, the hard part is not worrying about contact as you know, outcomes are hard to break with when making a change

    2. Keith, One year could still be a beginner. I’d focus more on weight transfer and compressing ball, rather than staying behind it.
      Hope this helps.
      Best, Adam

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