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HOW TO WORK ON YOUR GOLF TAKEAWAY

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Video 3 in the series looking at some of the common changes that golfers are making to their golf swings, and some of the mistakes they can often make.

This video focuses on the takeaway and a common fault that i often see.

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5 thoughts on “HOW TO WORK ON YOUR GOLF TAKEAWAY

  1. Awesome video! I’d like to see the lower hands at impact video revisited and speak more to getting the hands and shaft back to address position you see many great ballstrikers do.

  2. Love the video likes always, but what’s up with your friend Jamie’s Robinson, did he sell out to the all mighty $$ he used to teach golf and now all he does is compare golf clubs, I haven’t seen a lesson in forever. Please don’t u ever sell out I love watching your videos👍😃🏌🏼

  3. I love the position of your club face at first parallel. Thanks to David Leadbetter I practised for years getting my club pointing up at first parallel and could never understand why I became a habitual slicer. I would have been useful if you had emphasised this in your vid. “Get your face angle slightly closed people”!!!!!!!

  4. The takeaway is something I’ve been checking with myself lately. For a long time I got into the habit of letting the club head lag behind as I move away from the ball while trying to maintain a light grip. This gave me some really sketchy results with duck hooks and carves and after hitting a lot of balls while practicing last spring, I now have tennis elbow in my left arm (I’m a right handed player). After watching some videos and the pros play, I’ve now started breaking my wrists sooner which looks and feels like a better position when I get to the top. I’m hitting it a lot better when doing this, especially with my irons, taking divots and feeling more powerful with a more consistent strike. Could you possibly do a brief video on what you should feel like you’re doing with your hands when you first take the club back from the ball?

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