Widen your backswing arc for greater lag and more power!

  THE LEFT ARM at start up is straight, tension free and pointing from the shoulder to a point slightly behind the ball. THE LEFT SHOULDER is the center of the left arm and club swing. The motion, caused by the relationship between the left shoulder, left arm, shaft and club head, forms …

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Understand pressure points to develop lag

Lag pressure ….controlling the club head is done maintaining pressure on the shaft through the hit is an essential to good golf. The greater the pressure the greater the speed – the greater the angles the greater the speed if you lose this pressure you will have club head throw away and lose your power …

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Keys to a Powerful Backswing Coil

THE HIPS The HIPS are above the heels of each respective foot at the set up position. The right hip over the right heel, the left hip over the left heel. During the backswing the RIGHT HIP is the center of the body’s backswing motion. During the forward swing, from hands low point to the …

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Thumbs down pressure to ensure solid strikes

In today’s video, John explains If your chipping game is struggling with a case of the “yips,” the most likely cause is too much movement in the right (or dominant) hand.This is a common issue that leads to all kinds of over-compensation in the wrist, resulting almost inevitably in bad or inconsistent strikes. To overcome …

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Stop the dreaded chicken wing

One of the most common flaws in the follow through is where the lead elbow pulls out away from the body into a ‘chicken wing’ condition through impact. It is interesting to note that seemingly correcting what you do just after you have struck the ball is the key to striking the ball well. Try …

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