Consistent Ball Striking Without Thinking About Golf Swing Positions Shawn Clement

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Consistent Ball Striking Without Thinking About Golf Swing Positions Shawn Clement
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This way of seeing things that our Friend Shawn Clement shares for your golf swing and where to put your eyes at address will make huge difference to your ball striking and consistency.

The way to do it is to think of the golf club more as a grass cutting tool. See the action of the club to cut the grass.

The golf club is just a tool. Like a sword to cut through bamboo.

Then we think about bracing against your target like a hunter would with a rifle.

From this address, you can think about how to feel the weight of the sword, feel the weight of the club and just cut the grass.

So when you are cutting through the grass, you can have mile markers. Feel how the sole of the club will remain on the ground along your specific target.

This is helping you think of the golf swing that more of a natural move that you would perform without over thinking.

Extend through along the ground and towards your target. You can now feel freedom in your golf swing.

Consistently sweet ball striking is attainable when your golf swing is not stuck on positions.

You can have power in your golf swing and you can have consistency in your golf swing too. But too many golfers spend their time on golf technique that is forced and against your natural mechanics and rhythm.

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Comments

vimal Mittal says:

Do you shift your legs forward in downswing first before you drop the club?

NanDrummer says:

What kills me is not how much further I hit the ball , but the “towering” height I get now. Huge , thanks Sean!

george gonczarek says:

Great advice mate. Best I ve seen in some time

Vivek Srivastav says:

i cant understand how they manage to hit the small tee placed four inches in front of the ball. because this means that the swing is somehow 'dragging' those four inches, NOT on a circular path which there would be if one would be "just" swinging back to front "out of the way"
Alan could you kindly elaborate on the 'bottoming out ' of the swing for those four-five inches- and is there any simple way to manage it

Clay Adams says:

I got it..just think of driving a nail into a board..2×4..AND..the lower edge of the club becomes a weed cutter..Today I hit THE most beautiful high arching iron shots..and my driver came alive. Playing a course I know
.using irons 20-30 yards closer. Just beginning..Thanks Shawn..genius.

ar halimi says:

good morning Coach Sir .. (it's morning here in Malaysia now..😊)
i hv been watch u for years n i hv learnt a lot from ur kind youtube videos, tQ for sharing…
at times i go digging (deep divot?) into the ground but i could not identify why .. after watching the video above, i guess as per your highlight, it is that i am kinda leaning forward .. especially when using longer clubs.
will try to avoid that in the future.
again tQ Sir .. stay safe alwayz..

vimal Mittal says:

Also please tell how much extension of the arms needs to be done after impact?

vimal Mittal says:

Do u come from inside in downswing? Can you show in slow motion please?

Marc Abramson says:

Wow! this video and the concept really helps. I feel the weight, I visualize what I want to happen, I pause at the end of my backswing, then just release and let the club and gravity do the work. Once I got it down, I was able to consistently hit the ball much better! Thanks!

Rick name says:

Posture, ball position, and head position are definitely "behind the ball" This encourages a right elbow below the left for an inside to through path.

Roy Rubin says:

Grass cut, now I get it, almost flat bottoming of leading edge through grass beginning under bottom of ball. Not lifting up but shallow through maybe 4 inches beyond ball then up!

Mil Sneler says:

Rather than slicing through, one should imagine that they are trying to smash the ball into the ground, with the face of the club. Due to the shape of the club they will end up making pure contact with great compression. You cannot top the ball with the face of the club, it is virtually impossible. Toping of the ball is nothing else but extremely thin shot, where the bottom (not face) of the club hits the ball. That is how professionals hit the ball.

Thomas Fraser says:

Good advice as usual; however, did you know that striking through the ball is the same movement and speed of the right hand and wrist as it strikes down on a match? Female golf instructor Christina Ricci; I believe; is the first to come out with this similarity on You Tube. It works for me and I thought I would share it with you. (Right Handed golfers)

Thomas Todd says:

This is great information. I was skeptical at first, but your methods do work. When I am able to relax and just let the club perform the task it was built to do, the results are much better.

Mil Sneler says:

Weird head position.

Mike Schick says:

Does he turn his hips back more than the conventional pro? Seems to me he does.

hugote87 says:

Hi Shawn, i have a question? At adress, are you watching that space between club and ball with just your left eye? thxs

MrStevie57 says:

What a nice stroke you have,I must try this as I have been topping a lot of balls,which is very embarrassing.Ty

Cho co says:

Golf instruction is like a target … always around the center ..of the swing singularity ! Mr Clement is a good entertainer

Wing Tsun says:

This is a great video,

chris chambers says:

I wonder if thats what the pros were doing with having a upside down tee or cigarette in their mouth while hitting balls. Maybe put the tee in the mouth right on the grass between the ball, so you know your head is in the right spot

chris chambers says:

Omg i found this out the other day. I was like, " i fixed my swing". I was thinking about shoulder and arm positions way too much. Before the round i said to myself, " dont think about the swing, who cares. Just rip through the ball like its not even there" Low and behold i was striping it once again. I love the grass cutting tool analogy, thats exactly what i was trying to picture in my mind when i was ripping through the ball

Colin Watson says:

i'm going to try that, it sounds ideal for me.. i practice my swing without a ball and it's good, but on the course with the ball my swing is stiffening up. Thanks!

Corey L says:

Great visual with cutting the stem and where to focus the eyes. Thanks much!!!

Raymond Yadusky says:

Harvey Penick would be proud!

Thomas Slagle says:

That is one of the best golf visuals I've ever heard of. If you do it with a driver do you just visualize the dandelion as the tee?

Rick Williams says:

Thank You for all your awesome advice and videos, sir!

Donal Mooney says:

Wow, this raises the bar for golf instruction, go somewhere quite, empty your mind and watch it twice, don't be negative and knit pick give it respect, and you will love your new golf feeling. Now you can start to learn all the tips you have in your subconscious mind but can't use cause you are always out of position.

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