Posts Tagged ‘impact’

The correct Movement Through Impact!

Friday, February 4th, 2011

I’ve been actually researching ways to make my golf swing easier and finally after trying different things, I’ve found a bit of wisdom in my golf swing.

Although I am not keen on so-called golf-experts on YouTube or the internet, I did try something that Tom Bertrand was trying to get through, that of using your elbows to rotate through impact, instead of using your hands or anything else.

Anyways, I have been trying to get more of this type of impact action through my full shots and short game. And indeed it has helped me tremendously to get my game more consistent and to be able to hit more shots under control.

Watch this video, it’s not for beginners out there but for advanced scratch golfers who want to shave couple strokes off their game.

Today I learned about the importance of not using the hands, and it is helping me become more consistent, hit more shots the way I vision.

Swing Secrets Revealed – After Impact Positions of Top Tour Pros

Tuesday, June 24th, 2008

Justin Leonard

After impact positions of various different pro tour players will look very similar.  On this post, I will simply let you guess what they did right by looking at them.

The answer (or the secret) is in the pictures.  It’s been there for last 100 years or so.

Mickey Wright

Ben Hogan

Adam Baddeley

Phil Mickelson

Sergio Garcia in Slow Motion and Black and White

Sergio Garcia

Annika Sorenstam’s Swing – The Stand Up Swing

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

Annika Sorenstam’s Swing

Apart from the Men’s Golf, Annika Sorenstam probably has the best swing in golf. The above animated gif is a favorite among mine that’s floating on the internet.

Click below for the full swing analysis of Annika Sorenstam and a HOWTO drill for copying her “stand-up-head-up” downswing.

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