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Horizontal Swings Are Shallow
Shallow arms are a key component to a body driven swing, but not everyone feels them the same way.
Visualizing Shallow Arms
Not everyone is a feel learner, seeing what shallow arms looks like can help those who must visualize.
Combo - Delivery And Go With Delivery Pump
Combining drills back-to-back is great for blending a few concepts into a playing feel.
Hands Left in Follow Through
If you struggle with hooking the ball, there is a very good chance your hands are working too much toward the target.
High Level Of The Hook
Understand the big picture of the shape changes required to solve a hook.
Working Through Shallow Arms
Discover a routine for working through shallow arms
Hit My Arms - Improve Your Stall Flip Pattern
A great visual for overcoming a "stall/flip" release pattern
Case Study - Arm Shallowing
Shallowing the arms is critical for supporting a body driven golf swing
Hands Low To High During The Release
Having the hands working flat, or slightly up, is a key component to having a tour release.
Flat Spot Examples - A Key To Consistent Golf
A look at pros and amateur golfers and the way the club works through the hitting zone.
Pelvis Track - Feel The Path of The Hips in the Downswing
The pelvis track is a visual for the proper path of the pelvis during transition
Delivery Position Defined
Delivery position is the position that blends the transition with the release, learn how it's defined here.
Myview - Push Ball
MyView of a great drill for feeling the movements between impact and follow through position.
Myview - Delivery And Go
Watch MyView of one of my favorite drills for all golfers
Delivery And Go - FO and DTL View
A great downswing drill - this video has both face on and down the line views.
Push Ground Away From You
Learn how to use your feet during transition.
The push ball is a great way to work on impact positions and getting the club to brush the ground at the same time.
Club Face Too Closed Coming Into The Ball
What are your options if you struggle with the club face coming into the golf ball from a closed position.
Major Movements That Shallow The Club In Transition
The major shallowers in transition demonstrated. See if you're missing your key.
Lead Arm Throw Away - Ulnar Release Training
Learning to fully release can be a big power source, as well as controlling width
Path Check Points - Balance Your Swing Path
Use video or a simple training station to get an overall sense of your swing path
Reverse Gate - Impact Zone Anti Hook Path Training
A great way to help with hitting blocks and hooks.
The Wall Drill - Downswing Path Check Point
The wall drill is a great drill for helping to feel the path of the arms when the body rotates
Check Grip At Last Parallel - Club Face Checkpoint
The ideal place for an advanced player to determine grip strength is when the shaft is parallel to the ground during the downswing.
Seeing Face Rotation on 2D Video-preview
This is a preview of the full member version
Hands Left in Follow Through - Pool Noodle
Use the pool noodles to clarify the spatial awareness of the hands in the follow through.
Defining Steep and Shallow - Understand Swing Plane
Can steep and shallow be as simple as 'rise over run'?
Wipe Analysis - Back Side Visual
It could be easier to see the wipe movement from behind rather than face on.
Case Study - Squaring the Club Face to Fix A Scoop Slice
Watch how working on a concept, like squaring the clubface, can change multiple swing checkpoints.
Combo - 9 to 3 Four Square and Motorcycle
These two drills complement each other to balance face AND face-to-path
Transition - Using the Obliques or Back
If you lunge or early extend, there is a good chance you aren't using your obliques effectively.
Two Way Miss - Learn From The Curve
If you have a two-way miss, you want to figure out which path problem you need to solve.
Seeing Club Plane on 2D
Can you get a sense of your plane, or path, on 2D?
Laser Path Training
Use a laser to illuminate your club path tendencies
Trail Leg - Back 45
A fix for launching your trail leg into the golf ball
Pelvis to Club X Factor
Understand an important body-club relationship that can help with arm shallowing and proper release mechanics.
Start Line String
Learn how to better visualize and hit your intended start line using a simple string or ribbon
Lead Arm Awareness With A Tee
Players can gain a better awareness for their lead arm using a simple visual reference
Mastering Club Face Control
Learn how to refine your mechanics and take a more reliable game to the course.
Analysis - Supination Examples
Analysis video discussing efficient forearm rotation or supination in the release.
Power Down to Feel Power
Understand how to quickly identify the dominant power source in your swing
Ribbon Path Training
Use a piece of ribbon tape to gain a better understanding of your club path.
Training Trail Arm Connection
Learn how to fix a severe hook by improving trail arm mechanics.
Discussing the 3 Consistency Keys
Understand how swing plane, flat spot length, and face to path control relate to consistency.
Hands In Club Out - Pool Noodle
Learn how to fine tune your release with the use of a pool noodle.
Open & Halfway Down
Learn how to improve club face control using a few key checkpoints.
Across The Line or Laid-Off
Understand how varying backswing positions can impact the downswing.
Back Wheels First - 3 Wood
Understand a common cause for contact issues with fairway woods.
Brush All 3 Tees - Driver
A simple, but effective drill for improving consistency off the tee.
Palm Up or Palm Down
A simple trail arm release drill for solving a flip-style release.
Alignment Stick Loading - Low to High Release
Learn how to emphasize the low-to-high release using an alignment stick.
Path For Contact, Face For Control
Troubleshooting 101 - Is it a face or path issue?
Leftward Hand Path - Pool Noodle
A great drill for golfers that struggle with hooks & a flip-style release.
Can't I Just Strengthen My Grip?
What are the pros/cons of avoiding "the motorcycle" and opting for a stronger grip?