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Delivery And Go

This is one of my absolute favorite drills for working on the downswing. It allows you to preset a nearly perfect transition.  Since most golfers make errors in transition, getting into a great delivery position will feel uncomfortable.  You might even have trouble making contact from this loaded position.  But with repetitions, this drill can really help you overcome common release problems like flipping the club and standing up (early extension).

One of the common uncomfortable feels and visuals for golfers is to have to do with your upper body being closer to the ground than where it started. For your upper body to be closer to the ground and you to not hit the ball fat you would have to have your arms work more across your body, the clubface more closed with the motorcycle move, and the body more side bent and rotated through impact.  That combination helps create a good long flat spot and this drill can be a great way to overcome some of the positional and visual fears.  The only thing left is the changes in rhythm that accompany any swing change.

How to do it

Start by standing up and getting into a good arm delivery position.  The trail arm across your chest and bent, the lead arm rotated palm down and the lead wrist flexed.  Then, get into golf posture and do the merry go round with the body.  Without backing your arms up too much, swing through to follow through position.

For more details on the supporting movements, check out the movements and drills in the release.

Tags: Transition, Drill, Intermediate

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