Over the Top & Chicken Wing Fix

Get rid of your Chicken Wing with the correct sequencing!! Ever wondered why you cant stop chicken winging and coming over the top? Poor sequencing results in over the top and Chicken Wing!! The characteristics of a great golf swing are tempo, rhythm & sequencing all of which are difficult to teach a student because it is something only you...
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Why holding lag is bad!

Most golfers are trying to speed up the club with the hands and arms, this is the biggest fault on the planet for every standard of golfer from beginner to tour players. Beginners and average golfers always chicken wing because of trying to create speed from the arms causing the arms to separate from the body AKA Chicken Wing, tour players don’t...
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Develop Efficient Swing Mechanics With GForce

I find a lot of golfers are obsessed with creating more speed with a lightning quick hip action through the ball coupled with holding onto the all important lag on the down swing, keeping the hands leading the club head for as long as possible. But it seems like this is the wrong way to do things when we take a look at the Physics books. As a go...
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How GForce Works in Your Golf Swing!!

There is one thing you cant teach a student and that is feel!! you can give lectures on the golf swing and go through positions but then it is down to the student to feel it. After 20 years coaching the game i came up with the idea to invent a training aid based on the Physics of the golf swing that would also teach feel and so the GForce Swing ...
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Do not transfer your weight!! Part 2

One of the best ways to learn the golf swing is to use an analogy which is closely related to the golf swing movement. Here are some common ones currently used.  Skimming a stone, baseball swing, throwing, baseball pitch, quarterback throwing a football etc. Although these are good examples of movement and show the weight moving from the back f...
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Do not transfer your weight!!

I have been talking a lot about not transferring your weight into your backswing and if anything keeping your weight on the front foot on the backswing. This may sound a bit controversial and you may choose to not believe me, but here is the scientific proof that this is correct. I will always use science to back up what i say as you cant argue ...
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