The lesson on tuesday it was a real eye opener! brilliant that i can compare my swing summary next to your swing.. i noticed how my head stays down ALOT longer than yours even long after the ball has gone?!?
There are many great golfers who ‘bury’ their head long after impact. for example Lee Westwood and many others. On the other hand there is Annika Sorenstam (72 Tour victories, 10 major victories aka the best lady golfer that ever ...Continue Reading →
“Bruce I’ve been looking on Youtube at the current batch of pros Rose, Scott, Mcilroy etc and to my untrained eye they all seem to making a massive shoulder turn?.”
For those golfers that have at least 6 months experience of watching golf, reading golf instruction or maybe taken advice from golf pro’s, one of the most common, described as ‘fundamental’ movements is to turn. The next time you watch your mates or golf on tv, just take a second to ...Continue Reading →
To complete a ¾ back swing from here should I be just cocking my wrists so as to limit too much shoulder turn?
Firstly i think its important to define what people think is ‘cocking the wrists’ or ‘hinging the wrists’.
From this image if i decreased this red angle (ie make the clubhead go up away from the ground) this is what people tend to actively do in their swing. The combination of turning the chest and cocking the wrists ...Continue Reading →
Still reeling and enthused after the lesson. Hit some good shots with the Seven iron, played around with the lift of the club, was interesting to see how much can be achieved with effective grip change (much like tennis) I am going to apply the thinking by playing a par three with only a couple of clubs!’
One question relating to the take back – on my lower hand (right) where should my finger nails be facing or at ...