Gary Alliss explains the importance of weight weight as he heads to the beach to look at leg action in the release in golf swing swing. Well done and thanks Herman. Your 3 videos and text show this important and critical part of the golfswing very well. I have discovered this wondeful ‘secret' myself just recently and have been amazed at the difference of my swing and ball striking. I feel so much more compact and in control. Your videos and instruction have helped to clarify and confirm what I have been feeling, and am so happy that I have leaped a major hurdle in the development of my golf swing. The only thing that I can add to your great instruction and was a stepping stone to my discovery is the position of the arms at setup. It is important the your arms are hanging straight down from your shoulders creating an angle with the club as it rests on the ground, as opposed to the arms being at the same or close to the same angle as the club at setup This allows for the correct left wrist cup and neutral right hand grip at setup. I hope I have explained that well.
Rotate your hips toward the target to start your downswing. Starting your downswing with your hips will allow you to hold your release longer. Keep turning your hips and shoulders toward the target as you swing through the ball Keep your grip pressure light and your arms and hands relaxed as you swing down.
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