I just sent this (and a video) to an online student for their Swing Analysis and I thought, there are some get concepts here, I’m going to just post it! So hope you find a nugget or two… Ross
Here are some key points for you to improve your golf swing:
1. Setup with you elbows closer together and keep them that way during the swing (if you can).
2. Allow your and club to hang closer to your body, so you can sit down (not ). Try to get the look of a quarterback. A ready, not reaching or leaning out.
2. Play the ball just inside your front foot so you can learn to turn on your left side. As the clubs get shorter, the back foot gets closer to the front, the ball does not move back.
3. Put a club on the ground, parallel to your target line, between your feet and the ball. Use the club to help you learn to push the club straight back and up from the front shoulder (not inside).
4. Use your shoulders to push your and club to the top, THEN YOU ARE DONE. Try not to add the little extra arm lift at the top.
5. Once the shoulder turn is finish, start the downswing using your hips to unwind all the way to face the target. Knees will be touching and you will be in balance.
Now once you learn to turn, you will see much more power, but if you continue to use your hands, the ball will go left. Keep your hands passive and use your turn to hit and the ball will be long and straight. It is much better to be turning and having the ball go left, than using only your hands andto hit the ball. Please let me know how you are doing and if you have any questions.
Thank you…. Ross