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DASH1ful says:

no. there is a simple swing drill that puts the backswing on a perfect arc. i can't believe that no one has ever thought of it. i suppose it is too simple. many swing drills are complexed and more physically demanding than the actual swing, such as the stepping drill; which is a great drill if you can do it. but, what about a swing drill that is easier than a players regular swing. one that will make their regular so much easier. this particular gentleman does seem to be making the game difficult for himself, either that or it has been made more difficult for him. it would not surprise me if he hadn't been taught to swing up on an imaginary plane; which is the worst lessen in golf. but, the drill will put him on a perfect arc. it will take 3 months at a rate of 20 minutes a day. you will work it out.

maxwired 223 says:

Love your channel, but he's an easy fix.  If you watch his slow-mo swings he's dragging the handle at the ball and getting suck and having to catch the head up.  Thought should be, hands come in, to where they should be at address with a  relaxed arm hang, and the clubhead moves out to the ball. Use gravity, momentum, and inertia all tied together with rotation.. Even with your drill he's moving his shoulder out, dragging the club and flipping to catch it up. Here's a good reference:

matt smith says:

worked for Ray Floyd.

Andrew Drummond says:

I am making a similar sort of change after a 20 year break from golf – got myself a mat and net in the garden and a setup with SwingProfile running on my ipad and and echoing the ipad screen to a small monitor just in front of the club address position – which gives me immediate feedback on the swing and is vastly better than having to step over to the ipad to review the swing. I am also weighting up a practise club with lead so I can feel the head more and to stop manipulating the club so much with my hands during takeway, at least until I have more muscle memory.
From studying the swings of Trevino, Hogan, etc, and experimenting myself it looks to me that the correct movement is to build up tension in the (kicked in) right leg during the backswing and then, perhaps before the backswing has completed, start moving the right knee in towards the ball as a response to that tension, which shallows the club and makes the initial dip that all good players do, followed by a slight rise and the rotary hip turn to completion. Before I gave up I managed my swing fault (bad right elbow position) through an aggressive hip turn with the thought of driving the tip of the right hip from the final backswing position towards the target, but this right knee movement seems much more correct and and natural, and I note that Hogan and other say that they 'kick off' with the right foot, which is somewhat similar and has the same results. I also note Jim Cleary said that Hogan said his weight was between his heel and toe and not on his toes, as it seems most players do now, which makes a difference.

Totalavulsion says:

I think it’d help if this guy performed his swing with more shoulder rotation. Looks mostly in the arms to me

William Crim says:

After three hours of talking swing the club my Lord he’s long-winded

Micky D says:

How much flatter ? Are we playing baseball let’s see this guy in two months .

Mike Grotle says:

His hands seem to be going out and club going way to far inside on the take away ?

J's play says:

He keeps reverting back to his old swing until you "drop the ceiling" on him. Even his swing rehearsal before he hits the ball enforces his bad habit until you force him to break it.

Good stuff.
I recently started watching your videos and I like the information. Doesn't help me because I'm not struggling with this issues but this reminds me of why I'm always working on my fundamentals.

Good stuff. Keep it up 👍

ThinkoutsidetheTbox says:

Einstein said " the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over & over again & expecting different results "
I never knew he was a golfer lol.

Zero2Hero Golf says:

Wow, excellent drill at the end of the video. Nice going Russell. I spent the last day and an half working on a drill Russell did a while back for Early Hip Extension. Made some nice progress. For those that are interested, you can check out my progress here –

e james says:

I don't like to see the left arm swung across the body in the takeaway. It offends me as a person who has put a lot of time and a lot of sweat into learning a proper "one-piece" takeaway. I know people will tell me to stop being an arse but that's life, innit? At least….that's how it once was years ago.

e james says:

the more I practice at this game ,the more I realise how simple it really is. One merely goes around an 18 hole championship course, aligning their bodies to a target…..coiling the body…..and simply replicating the feeling of tossing a ball underhanded to the target. It is no more difficult than a child's game in the street.

Eddie Du says:

The moment I hear “shaft too vertical” at 0:10, I posted thumb up

Nick says:

yeah good luck with that

Gregg Jackson says:

He should be much more vertical on take away. Not so flat. Flat in downswing not the takeaway…

Malcolm Delamere says:

I would love to come and have a lesson, as I'm struggling with the same affliction ..the over the top strike. Great vid/ instruction as usual . 👍

Patrick Duffy says:

I enjoy watching the lesson and seeing the swing difference at the conclusion. One question … which horror film has the falling ceiling ?

Hitting It Solid Golf says:

Great video Russell, I see this move done every weekend on the golf course. I like this simple approach with the long stick to get the golfer to flatten out his downswing. Over exaggerating is a big key to helping golfers make difficult swing changes and hopefully this 22-handicapper is on his way to improvement. Cheers, Troy

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