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Defining Steep and Shallow - Understand Swing Plane
Can steep and shallow be as simple as 'rise over run'?
Understanding Steeps And Shallows
A golf term that is important to understand is this concept of steep and shallow path of the club. Watch this video to understand what this really means.
Steep And Shallow Flow Chart
Learn a way to categorize the movements that adjust the path of the club
Arm Shallow Examples
In transition, how you shallow the club is very important to your success as a golfer
Analysis - Examples of What Shallows The Downswing
In this analysis video we explore options for shallowing the club on the downswing.
Major Movements That Shallow The Club In Transition
The major shallowers in transition demonstrated. See if you're missing your key.
Pool Noodle - Right Club Path
Learn how to use the pool noodle to help you learn to feel what is hard to feel
Shallow Timeline - What Shallows At What Points In The Downswing
Learn what movements typically tip she swing path too shallow at different points in the downswing.
Steep Timeline - What Steepens At Different Times In The Downswing
Learn what movements typically tip she swing path too steep at different points in the downswing.
Visualizing Shallow Arms
Not everyone is a feel learner, seeing what shallow arms looks like can help those who must visualize.
Shallowing While Resisting Shallowing
Learn the subtlety of the force during the shallowing movement in transition
Working Through Shallow Arms
Discover a routine for working through shallow arms
Shallow With The Extender
A visual drill for seeing shallow arms in transition
Horizontal Swings Are Shallow
Shallow arms are a key component to a body driven swing, but not everyone feels them the same way.
Swing Path Railroad Tracks
A drill to help you visualize your swing path
Relax For Shallow Arms
Trying to shallow the arms is not always as successful as letting the arms shallow
3 Step Plan - Brush, Sequence, Backswing
When you want to go through the swing in a logical way, experiment with the 3 step ball-striking plan
Connecting Arm Shallowing To Supination
Arm shallowing is a widely accepted best practice, but the reason is not always clearly explained.
Right Path With An Impact Bag
Learn a simple way to finally feel a right path and learn what a slightly closed face really feels like.
Case Study - Arm Shallowing
Shallowing the arms is critical for supporting a body driven golf swing
Playing With Face-to-path
Learning to recognize and control your face to path relationship is a key skill to lowering your handicap.
Shallow The Release - Unhinge Then Supinate
A breakdown the sequence of the proper wrist movements during the release
Analysis - Club Path Through The Release
Are you a high-to-low, or low-to-high, kind of golfer?
Brush Through Low Point
This drill enables you to feel the club along the ground after impact, a feeling that will be similar the experience of a good release.
Case Study - Indirect Arm Shallow
See an example of how to think your way through working on your swing.
Exaggerate Arm Shallowing
Trying to get the arm shallow perfect will frequently leave you under performing this key move
Make Brushing Your Home Base
Follow this simple recipe anytime you are making a swing change.
Arm Shallow Not The Body
Shallowing out the club in transition is an important part of a golf swing, but there are better ways to do it than others.
Hands In, Club Out In Follow Through
This old takeaway idea is a good idea to apply to the follow-through as well.
Feet Together - Shallow And Wipe Release Training
The body does a great job of shallowing the club, but in this drill you are forced to do it all with the arms.
Shallow Wedge Arms
Steep arms is a quick way to ruin a good wedge shot
Driver Path Check Points
Using shaft parallel as a check point can be very helpful for understanding the path of the club head
Exploring The Path Of The Takeaway
The takeaway is a common checkpoint for seeing what you used to start your swing.
Axis Tilt Examples - A Key For Driving
In this video, we look at how the jackson 5 and the bracing create the proper axis tilt for the full swing
Face And Path Examples - Overhead Path Visual
A look from an overhead camera can help analyze the face and path of your swing
Experiencing The Arm Shallow Timing
Learn what it's like to NOT pull with your arms to start the downswing.
Path Check Points - Balance Your Swing Path
Use video or a simple training station to get an overall sense of your swing path
Brush The Ground - Advanced
Decode the different components that go into getting the club to brush the ground in the right way.
Brush The Ground
For a lot of golfers, focussing on where the club contacts the ground can be game changing.
Details Of Arm Shallowing
See real examples of how tour pros and amateurs use their arms in transition
Reverse Gate - Impact Zone Anti Hook Path Training
A great way to help with hitting blocks and hooks.
Path Of The Follow Through
Learn about your release by monitoring your follow through path.
Myview Of Hand Path
This video shows what the hands do, compared to the body and ball, during the stock swing
Tee'd Up 7-Iron - A Feel Based Shallow Drill
Use a 7 iron and a ball tee'd up a few inches to help train the sweeping motion of the driver.
Jackson 5 Progressions
The Jackson 5 Progression adds layers of complexity to this critical movement.
Water Bottle Transition - Feeling Arm Shallowing
Use a water bottle to exaggerate the feel of the forearms during transition.
Member Question - Hand Path
The path of the hands is a hot topic right now, and understanding it can help clear up some damaging misconceptions.
Handle In The Bucket - Driver Path Checkpoint
Use this image to help understand the path of transition for the driver.
9 To 3 Four Square - Driver Impact Path Training
One of my favorite visual feedback drills for getting the club to swing on a shallow path.
Jackson 5 Drill - Driver
The hip bump is a key part of creating axis tilt.
Gate Drill - Stop A Slice Club Path
A great visual imagery drill for seeing the proper path of the club through impact, which will help you see where the club needs to go during transition.
Four Square - Release Path Visual Station
One of my favorite visual feedback drills for training club path.
Jackson 5 Drill - Bump The Hips For Axis Tilt
A way to practice the feeling of the weight shift (or hip bump) to start the downswing.
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.
Playing With Low Point
When you build the skill of controlling low point, you're able to adjust to the varying lies on the course.
Shape Difference Between Short Clubs and Long Clubs
Learn to visualize the shape differences between a short iron and long club swing.
When You Have To Fade It
Watch the two main ways to get a face open to the path.
Feeling The Arm Shallow Timing
Learn to feel the arm shallow passively instead of actively
Hybrids are built to make things easier, but not for every golfer. What adjustments should you make?
Factors of Heel and Toe Contact
Understand the major factors for heel and toe mishits
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.
Shoulder Blade Shallowing
Connecting the shallowing movements of the forearms to the shoulders
Punch vs Recovery Shot
Understand the subtle difference in different low shots
Start Line String
Learn how to better visualize and hit your intended start line using a simple string or ribbon
Lag & Timing of Unhinge
Discussing the proper amount of lag & when to unhinge the wrists in transition.