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Golf Downswing : Gravity drops the club not you!!

September 11, 2019


Hey everybody. Terry Bradley here again with
the Simple Swing Thoughts Golf Academy and today we’re going to talk about down swing.
Now the down swing of a golf swing happens after your back swing. So as you take the
club back, as it gets to the top, it’s the down swing now that we’re focusing on, trying
to get that club into place, trying to get that club out in front of us so we can put
a nice lag on the golf ball, OK? So remember, when we come on the down swing, take the club
back and as it hits the top and it starts coming down, we want it to drop naturally
in front of us. We don’t want to pull it, we don’t want to cast it. Now, when we talk
about casting, I know a lot of people teach that the casting is the club coming out here
and they over-exaggerate it. But to be honest with you, casting is that, too, but it’s the
very slight movement. See, I casted that club right there, see? So let’s not think that
we’re doing this– that’s just an over-dramatization. I bring the club back, if I move it just a
hair, now I’ve cast it, OK? It’s got to drop naturally into place, see? See it’s got to
come right down into place where your shaft is now parallel to the ground on line with
your target line, so when it hits the ball it’s parallel in the follow-through. So let’s
think about that for a second. When we get to the top of our back swing, we want to let
gravity take over and just drop it into place, OK? Like I said, we don’t want to pull it,
we don’t want to come under here. So we get to the top of our back swing, and it just
drops into place, OK? Again, and it’s a very simple motion to when you get here, see? And
then it just drops into place. So we’re over the ball, club comes back, club drops into
place and you don’t have to think about hitting the ball because the ball will just get in
the way. Because on your down swing, when you release the club, you release the club
out here. You don’t release the club down here at the ball. Again, it’s a natural draw
back. So the ball gets in the air down the fairway without you having to pull, without
you having to tug, without you having to lift, OK? Again, on the back swing– I mean on the
down swing, it’s one motion– comes back, the ball comes down right in place. So remember
when it gets here let gravity do its work. Just have it drop, just drop it right here.
I’m going to do one more for you because it’s very important because you could have a good
setup, a good takeaway, a good grip and everything; but if you don’t let that club just drop,
then it’s difficult to get that club back online. Now we have two simple swing thoughts
here at Simple Swings that puts you automatically in these positions to get your club where
it needs to go, OK? But here we’re just talking about the down swing. So as I setup the club
with my grip and my posture, OK? I’m just going to let the club drop into place. See,
the club just whipped through because it just dropped; it just came straight down my line,
see? Just boom– just straight down my line. OK? So practice that. Go to our other videos
at SimpleSwingThoughts.com and you’ll see other things as far as head position, footwork,
how to keep this left leg stable coming through the ball, how to keep your lower body stable
to get that whip that you’re looking for on all your golf swings, OK? I’m Terry and I’ll
see you on the next video. Uploaded 3-27-16 Views #

89 Comments

  • Reply Gary Eaves February 13, 2014 at 1:34 pm

    Terry, I love this simple idea! I have had a bad cast for many years due to being self-taught and not getting the fundamentals. Now I have a simple move. At the top I see my front arm go 45 degrees to target line. I start my swing by holding my head and shoulders back and simply dropping my front elbow towards my target. I find my hips and body simply react to the action causing a smooth turn through!

  • Reply George L April 20, 2014 at 12:37 am

    Great upload.
    But please tell camera man to stand back a little more so that we can see the whole picture from head to toe.
    Thanks George

  • Reply hardcoremofo April 24, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    toughest move to pull off for me.  I get to the top decent. But I keep pulling it over just slightly then recover by flipping.  Any tips?

  • Reply Hari M May 22, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    so simplee, i want that swing sir !

  • Reply Hwan Kim May 31, 2014 at 6:50 pm

    Amazing! Lets see how I do it. But you're swing looks sweet.

  • Reply pmc820 June 12, 2014 at 9:14 pm

    great tip, I'm sure people will be surprised the distance gains they get out of this even though it feels like less effort

  • Reply Slapzman June 27, 2014 at 11:20 am

    I was looking for this tip online. I found it thru trial and error. I was close to walking away from golf due to frustration. This tip saved my game. Staying loose, relaxed, and letting gravity take the club head to the ball. Please try this to anyone struggling to hit cleanly and get the ball airborne.

  • Reply Bradley Barwise July 3, 2014 at 4:18 am

    WOW! This has helped so much! I was casting VERY bad! I now let the club drop naturally and I am crushing my irons! Helped my slice! Thanks!

  • Reply NO Swing Thoughts Golf July 16, 2014 at 5:42 pm

    The transition to the downswing is the most sought after move in golf.  However, once you know how the grip and posture help transition you to the downswing, the grip/posture will get more attention.  Terry

  • Reply Thomas S July 23, 2014 at 10:44 pm

    Wow it looks so easy! thanks for the tipp!

  • Reply Dynamic Hypnotic July 28, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    this is a great tip, and i certainly hit the ball better when i do it, but an interesting side note to this is, i just read sam sneads book and he said he always started his swing by pulling the handle with with the last couple fingers of his left hand…

  • Reply drdent7 August 3, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    Such an easy concept but hard for me to implement.  When Im playing good I start the downswing slow and let the club drop.  When Im playing bad I cast just like you showed,  not a big cast.  Thanks.

  • Reply Alun Davies August 3, 2014 at 5:54 pm

    when i do this i dont feel like i come from the inside :-s

  • Reply Bladnaster Naster August 10, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    Was starting to have some trouble and it was because I was moving away from this.  As I started getting more comfortable with the swing I started adding to it by trying to pull it down totally ruining my tempo and timing.

    The setup itself I think most whom have played for awhile would consider to be a fundamental.  I'm beginning to think that this is right up there with the grip and posture in its importance to understand and maintain.

    Its a shame that you have all this great info up here yet I still have to "find things out" myself before I really understand and appreciate what it is you are saying.  

    Dave.

  • Reply MrAudiopost August 29, 2014 at 10:51 am

    Had done this in the past and works great but often got too many toe shots and would also hit it fat occasionally. (3hc)

  • Reply Bladnaster Naster September 9, 2014 at 2:20 am

    A very interesting article I read last night relating to this.  Hope you dont mind me putting up a link…if so I can remove it…or at least I think I can.  

    Anyway, the quote I found interesting:

    "The tape shows Jones hitting with his driver 250 to 260 yards. Williams, focusing on the speed of Jones's swing, calculated that from the top of his backswing to the point of contact with his ball Jones's hands and arms were accelerating at a rate of just over thirty-four feet per second per second.

    What makes that interesting is that if you were to extend your arm and drop a golf ball, its acceleration rate as it fell to Mother Earth would be just over thirty-two feet per second per second. See where I'm going with this? It means that in the beautiful golf swing that propelled a ball 260 yards with a hickory-shafted driver, the great Bobby Jones did only a little more than let his arms fall out of the sky.

    Bobby Jones depended on gravity to build his golf swing."

    found at
    http://www.ruthlessgolf.com/2010/10/those-amazing-relaxed-swings.html

    I wonder if these same calculations were made of all the great swingers, if there would be similar results falling within certain parameters.

  • Reply Paul Berghout October 27, 2014 at 12:39 am

    Excellent instruction!

  • Reply Paul Berghout October 27, 2014 at 2:30 am

    What you're teaching is what a lot of good players use; it's much much better then the bump, dump and turn. I am just learning the swing that you are teaching. I'm a second year golfer. I love your description of casting and how subtle casting can be.

  • Reply DropD November 14, 2014 at 11:58 am

    How does this swing thought apply to the driver? We understand the driver is a longer club creating a flatter plane and it's also extremely light weight nowadays. thanks

  • Reply miw309 November 25, 2014 at 8:06 am

    Great tip, clear explanation, and sweet swing!  Thank You

  • Reply Robert L. Edgar November 27, 2014 at 11:57 am

    awesome video

  • Reply Christian Rowland December 23, 2014 at 2:01 am

    Terry I really admire your approach to the golf swing.  The simplicity that you bring to an over analyzed motion is tremendous.  Of all the YouTube videos out their I would rank you number one in your approach the golf swing.  I watched your video on correcting fat shots and  was immediately getting on the dance floor in regulation.  On this video it is going to take some practice to get the feel of letting the club drop with gravity, on the swing plane, and letting the hands release after passing over the ball.  Do you have any drills to practice on this easy motion and release?

  • Reply Horace Pennix January 27, 2015 at 12:21 am

    Im not the type of guy who critics much, because basically most videos on here is not worth the time. This is one of the first videos I have seen that actually gives good advice, and does not ask for money to do so. This maybe the most knowledgeable video on youtube to help a person with the full swing.

  • Reply nauttyboy78 February 2, 2015 at 1:09 am

    Tiger needs to hire you; your approach is plan, simple and easy.

  • Reply christoph christopher February 14, 2015 at 4:15 pm

    very nice explanation.

  • Reply Stuart Guthrie March 3, 2015 at 2:23 pm

    Nice video! I suffer with casting. It gradually creeps into my game. So if I basically have the sensation of 'gravity ' beginning the downswing would I be thinking right?? Thanks

  • Reply FairwayJack March 28, 2015 at 3:29 am

    Agree…I call this drop the 'Free Ride'….something I discovered recently is a subtle 1st move from the top of DS…it is a tangential rearward (away from target) movement of the grip. It can feel like you're throwing a spear or dart to your right. It gives you a wider arc on the DS, automatically cocks your wrists and gets your right elbow deep into your right abdominals for max lag. I do this 'dart throw' simultaneously with my lateral shift left (sit down move) …and then I go into the free ride / drop and hip turn…try it …let me know what you think. It all happens fast so you gotta sync it up properly.

  • Reply Mike Cohen April 9, 2015 at 5:55 am

    Hi Terry. I really like your approach. I will give your downswing thoughts a go. Currently Iam pulling down at the top and cannot stop myself leading to truly shocking driving.
    Fingers xxx'd

  • Reply Slapzman April 13, 2015 at 12:54 am

    I love watching this video right before spring to get my golf mind right. Quick question tho, does this technique also work for driving off the tee? Or is this strictly for iron game? Thanks terry

  • Reply MH MH April 21, 2015 at 3:18 am

    I have been watching your videos and practicing your technique for the last two weeks now, and this is hands down how to hit a golf ball. After four years of instruction from everywhere, on the range, on video, reading books and watching videos, golf finally makes sense. My compression and distance is better than I ever thought it would be and it's easy to repeat. It's mind blowing to me that no one else is teaching this.

  • Reply Paul Malone May 4, 2015 at 9:20 pm

    Watched this video several times now good stuff.

  • Reply Larry Saavedra May 12, 2015 at 8:30 pm

    best explanation ever!

  • Reply Brian Moreira June 11, 2015 at 2:48 am

    14 handicap, must say this is the single best piece of instruction I've ever seen. Been playing 14 years, this downswing move has helped my ball striking immensely and is spot on.

  • Reply NO Swing Thoughts Golf June 11, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    I try and stay away from immediate swing results, but guys this is the way to play better golf tomorrow!  Get pre registered for 2/6 golfer now.  simpleswingthoughts.com

  • Reply Steve Kay June 13, 2015 at 9:18 am

    Another great explanation of the correct golf swing. Well done Terry.

  • Reply BISHOP559 July 1, 2015 at 10:04 pm

    Hey Terry at 3:07 i noticed you locked your elbow on your left arm is that a move that i missed also i saw a slight hand reposition…. A buddy of mine said you are kind of bowing the left also?

  • Reply Len Floth July 14, 2015 at 12:49 am

    Hi Terry.  Great vid.  How far down does the free drop go before release starts to generate speed.  Thanks.

  • Reply Sham Gawd July 22, 2015 at 5:50 pm

    Terry, I am a scratch golfer however I just recently learnt the TRUE swing 3 days ago and I was mind blown. I learnt this through watching and interpreting EXACTLY what hogan, snead, and moe meant. As a righty, the right side of the golf course is 99% out of play now. Not many people can understand and perform the 100% NATURAL golf swing. But the ball seriously goes dead straight now with ZERO effort at all. I also believe and understand the perfect hip motion and the extension only happens naturally(people nowadays try to use drills to perfect it, but that is mechanical which is not the TRUE swing). People think i'm crazy on the range but this motion and UNDERSTANDING is truly the million dollar secret in golf. It's a totally different game now. The only thing I need to work on now is strictly rhythm, because that is ultimately what will make this swing 100% consistent. We are on the right track with what Snead EXACTLY meant – learn the pulling motion in unison with perfect RHYTHM and boy you'll be able to play some golf.

  • Reply John T July 25, 2015 at 1:49 am

    I know you are saying let gravity drop the hands, but it looks like the hands are dropping towards the ball, instead of straight down.  Or is it your pivot that makes it look like its dropping towards the ball.

  • Reply Donal Mooney August 10, 2015 at 5:47 am

    Sometimes I find myself falling asleep waiting for the instruction "I am here in the beautiful Rock and Lock CC in down town Alaska.Just had a toast and kipper snack in the bar. Now where were we oh yes the golf swing not to be confused with the grip tip you got last week, yawn. OK here we go hi guys how to swing a golf club mmmmm "How do you swing a golf club well I'll get to that in the next video.

  • Reply Ken Costello September 28, 2015 at 5:36 pm

    Hi Terry, Where are you adding the power in the downswing, this is what is confusing me & I am a 6 handicap & getting lost somewhere & losing power, thanks Ken from England

  • Reply Warwick Payne October 20, 2015 at 5:48 pm

    Wow that's a very strong Right hand. I have had to weaken my grip as the slightest hint of "over the top" swing results in a pull/hook.

  • Reply The Coach's Desk October 22, 2015 at 3:08 am

    Terry
    You are the best teacher I have ever watched, your instruction is spot on so helpful 👍🏻

  • Reply lllbailey January 1, 2016 at 1:41 am

    Terry, do you have a video about hitting down in the ball?

  • Reply Patrick VanInwegen January 11, 2016 at 4:00 am

    looks like different strokes in Louisville

  • Reply doubleagl February 15, 2016 at 6:12 am

    Kerry, how can I grt with you one on one, to get all this stuff straight? Art DeVita doubleagl2VERIZON,NET

  • Reply Wesley Pulley February 24, 2016 at 5:20 am

    The club doesn't just change direction's. If you are taking it back then you have to initiate it going the other way, not just gravity!

  • Reply cooko22 February 26, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    Very well explained.i think trying to "pull"the club leads to over the top. Does the same apply for driver?

  • Reply Phil Cassone March 5, 2016 at 2:26 pm

    great stuff thanks for keeping it SIMPLE

  • Reply Justin Walters April 3, 2016 at 5:10 am

    Not entirely true. Weight shift and lower body does. Granted it is free falling initially.

  • Reply L Duranceau April 10, 2016 at 3:18 am

    Hello. I've seen the video which shows Moe Norman's 'master move', where he 'pulls' the arms 'straight' down 'for one foot' at the beginning of the downswing. Is this basically the same thing you are saying about gravity doing the work at the beginning of the downswing? Thanks.

  • Reply Gary Burger April 25, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    Great video. I got the "drop" working correctly on the range the other day and was smoking my irons and bounced several off the pin from 160 yards.

  • Reply Thomas Fraser April 27, 2016 at 1:28 am

    Terry I noticed keeping your head looking down in alignment to your spine you then rotated your chin slightly towards your right shoulder and kept it there during the swing until finish . Since doing this myself I find that this action in and of itself keeps my head behind the ball. Whenever I forget to do this and have my entire face looking down at the ball my swing is not always as good. Might others want to try this?

  • Reply Edgar Figueredo May 7, 2016 at 10:00 pm

    You can make a video hitting the ball… We dont see the ball position.

  • Reply Darren Cargill May 26, 2016 at 10:53 am

    That is one Awsome swing…wish myn looked like that!!!

  • Reply Darren Cargill May 26, 2016 at 8:19 pm

    I'm in Australia Terry….I wish I was in the US because I would be one of your students, instead I am watching your vids and doing my best…thank you

  • Reply curtissii May 27, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Terry, Excellent video!! I've been subscribed to your channel for a few years but never really look at the videos completely until this past week. I am a 10 handicap looking to fine tune my golf game. I took your principles to the range this week and I must say, you are right on point. The grip and posture makes everything happen. I will be subscribing to your website. I'd love a swing analysis from you! Thanks for teaching a simple system that actually makes sense and works!

  • Reply James Kuah June 18, 2016 at 4:07 am

    Hi Terry, it seems from your video that the motion is that of a drop and turn motion combined together? The down force produced by dropping the arms will provide momentum to turn. Am I interpreting this correctly? The problem I struggle with now is at the top of backswing when my club stops moving, I struggle with having to use force to pull the club down and turn simultaneously which disrupts my momentum and causes injuries.

  • Reply paul fleming July 4, 2016 at 3:12 am

    Terry ,
    What a great athletic swing . I'm going to give this a try . If my swing comes within 50% of yours , i'll take it ! Right now i swing from the top but i'll try keeping my head behind the ball . Paul

  • Reply François Guimond September 11, 2016 at 3:54 pm

    Like Justin Rose…let drops the arms on the downswing, the main reason why your swing is so smooth!

  • Reply Roxy Bailey October 6, 2016 at 3:48 pm

    It looks like you lock your left arm in place…

  • Reply mobydoug October 21, 2016 at 6:42 am

    Simply and clearly demonstrated.   After hitting thousands of balls, I didn't really get the drop the club principle until I hit lots of short wedges, feeling the weight of the club.  Then I worked up to longer clubs and a longer swing.   Thanks for the help.   Using gravity makes the swing 100% easier and more efficient.

  • Reply John T October 30, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    I think this is your best video from all the ones that produced. When I can actually start feeling the weight of the clubhead I can allow gravity to drop the clubhead and seeing great results. I have hybrids with heavy heads that this is also works great with. My 3 wood seems to have a really light head and almost hard to feel the weight. Is this just a matter of softening grip even more. Its really hard to sense where the clubhead is with this club.

  • Reply moreme40 December 20, 2016 at 1:42 am

    Looks like effortless power. I can do this on a practice swing but it's extremely tough for me to stay tension free once that ball is down there

  • Reply mikea3mks January 2, 2017 at 6:07 pm

    Hi Terry would be good to see this instruction with you hitting the ball down the line, keep up the good videos!!!!

  • Reply deacon jones January 11, 2017 at 10:46 pm

    What great advice.

  • Reply Cali510Livin March 27, 2017 at 5:26 am

    I had to take the time to comment on this video. So I have been playing for seven years and I was stuck at a 12-15 handicap forever. I could not understand why the 3-4 nights a week at the range failed to get me any better. I never had a consistent ball flight and my striking was very hit or miss. I suffered from an over the top move as well as an early extension. I could hit balls a certain way on the range and once I got to the course it was like a was a different person. After all those wasted hours on the range I finally found that this IS THE ANSWER! You dont hit the golf ball, you let gravity start the downswing and then get into your lag position and the ball just gets in The way. So many bad moves happen once we tighten the muscles in the downswing and try and hit the ball, including an over the top move. It gets even worse when your on the course because everything in your body is telling you to swing as hard as you can. Great video man, this can save people hours on the range and a lot of money.

  • Reply ger slater April 2, 2017 at 11:49 am

    you make it look so simple

  • Reply Lobby Lobby June 12, 2017 at 10:17 am

    No mention of grip pressure………tight grip pressure & it can't drop.

  • Reply VW July 10, 2017 at 10:44 pm

    Is the club naturally dropping down because you are shifting your weight to the Left?

  • Reply Ron Purvis September 11, 2017 at 8:22 pm

    Terry. I have tried every other possible swing method since the internet began. Yours is the first one that is simple, body-friendly, and works! I am finally able to hit a straight shot without much effort. I'm 70 years old and had a stroke 5 years ago. I am just getting back into golf now. Before the stroke, I hit the ball about 180 yds..after the stroke, about 50 yards max. Any tips would be appreciated. My right arm does large muscle movements, not fine tasks.  Thanks.

  • Reply e james September 29, 2017 at 8:12 pm

    when the right adductor contracts….the hips HAVE to swivel to the right. When the muscle is relaxed the hip HAS to return to it's original position. The Good Lord was truly a genius, how he created man.

  • Reply Paul L October 27, 2017 at 7:59 am

    learned a lot from these videos. thank you

  • Reply Paddy J January 30, 2018 at 5:01 am

    I've worked on this very thing and once you trust this move…your game will improve. I used to hear pros say, "I just trust my swing," and had no idea what they really meant. Now I know. Its just allowing the arms and hands to drop and react to the shifting of weight and turning of the hips and torso to create speed rather than throwing your hands from the top creating a bad transition and throwing off your rythm. I really like that he points out a common problem with most golf instructors….they over-dramatize poor swing moves so golfers don't clearly see what small thing is happening or they think, "well I'm not doing that!" The error can be a slight over the top move and it's a bad shot or at least very inconsistent.

  • Reply Tristan E Carlyle February 21, 2018 at 2:35 pm

    Hey Terry I have a question. On the takeaway of your backswing, do you feel a loose trigger finger grip in right hand (medium amounts of play between trigger finger and thumb) that causes the club to lag on your downswing? Or is your grip in both hands firm where there is no play at all?

  • Reply Glanco Environmental Solutions March 15, 2018 at 8:57 am

    Terry thank you for sharing this insight, the tip regarding casting has answered so many questions for me… I'm initiating the power at the top of transition and that cast from the power at the the top has been shifting my plane & effecting shot accuracy… playing off 7 and I believe this swing thought with practice is going to give me a solid edge… Great YouTube lessons

  • Reply R Trivanovic April 15, 2018 at 11:30 am

    The drop by itself does not make the club go fast. The unfolding of the three angles(arm, elbow and wrist) ,which is caused by the drop, creates club head speak.

  • Reply McLaren May 10, 2018 at 7:49 pm

    Good video. One thing that would be helpful is to say what initiates the drop, and I would says its the kinetic chain and the order of lower body, torso, arms following one another. In trying to solve my arm swing problem, I found that I feel the club drop with gravity in response to the lower body. Of course everyone finds a different feeling.

  • Reply just sunny May 13, 2018 at 9:37 am

    Guys this is the secret to a long term easy and simple SWING. Nothing and I repeat nothing will beat this!

  • Reply Chester Micek May 19, 2018 at 12:22 am

    Gravity does not drop the club: that is pure, dumb ass nonsense. The whole idea of the backswing is to stretch specific muscles like a rubber band. When a low handicap golfer bumps his hips toward the target to begin his hip turn, the large muscles which have been stretched by the backswing also release – just like a stretched rubber band. Gravity drops the club – horses#it.Just to make a complete fool out of the nitwit who said, "Gravity drops the club", I'll ask them why Tiger Woods has a swing speed 30 miles per hour faster than Terry Bradley. Gravity exerts a constant pull of 9.8 m/sec2. Duh!

  • Reply todd tennant June 13, 2018 at 3:34 am

    I love this video, I watch this before I go golfing every time…really helps with my tempo, but I can really get this gravity drop feeling with my short irons, but I struggle to find this feeling with my driver or woods . Any help???

  • Reply tony weller July 29, 2018 at 3:10 pm

    Hi Terry, thanks for the video. I believe that the key to this is where you say that it feels like you will hit the ground behind the ball. When I swing like this , I feel as the club will hit a foot behind the ball, but in reality, I make great contact with this feeling. For me, it is still very much a work in progress, after being a 'hitter for years, but when I let the club fall with gravity, I dont have to worry about the body, it seems to happen automatically. Thanks again Terry.

  • Reply D S August 13, 2018 at 4:49 pm

    The problem is, with most people, we can easily understand the concept and it really is the right one, but to implement it is difficult. It really comes down to "training your brain", because a lot of people have wired their brain to cast, even a little bit, or lunge and lean. What is needed is repetition after repetition to groove this move, just letting the hands fall down. You don't even have to hit balls, just practice dropping the club down, holding posture in the correct positions.

  • Reply JustJames September 30, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Good video and very pertinent point you make about how small a difference in reality there is between being on plane and 'casting'. Many, many videos show a grossly over exaggerated version of this fault which I've never seen anybody actually do, and that sort of explanation doesn't really help but can cause confusion for many.
    I do have a question though. You talk about 'just letting gravity do the work from the top, and letting the club just fall in front of you'.
    However, gravity works perpendicular to the ground not at an angle so could you define this move more exactly?
    Many thanks.
    James

  • Reply sandwah9 January 2, 2019 at 6:56 pm

    In no other athletic motion in any sport, does any good player ever wait for gravity to drop the stick, bat, arm etc. This may work for this guy, but as I always say, golf theories that are taught should be titled: "How I Learned Golf and Therefore How I will Teach you."

  • Reply Garth Downton January 21, 2019 at 3:21 am

    I probably have the only swing where the body does bring the shaft into the hitting zone and thru! Powerful, repeatable and not understood by the mainstream! One swing for all clubs, one ball position for all standard shots, only stance width changes. This move is an "on, on" swing and has to be performed as such!

  • Reply wreckim February 22, 2019 at 4:33 am

    This is an important Vid for a lot of us who are in the 7 to 12 handicap etc… My 'casting' is an extremely small move as described here…my club will begin to drift a bit and you can see in slo mo that I am not coming in from the inside unless I really pay attention and get grooved on the range…then on the course things can get tricky…that's the key…taking it and keeping it. Thanks for the Vid/Lesson…excellent.

  • Reply PureShores March 30, 2019 at 7:50 am

    This is more so a good mind thought for the swing. It will be a huge change for high handicappers but for your golfer under 5, I personally notice alot of guys don't swing from the arms but from the leg turn and hip rotation. Instead of thinking club first, think hips first and have that club follow through on a more natural plane than one conducted by the arms and shoulders. This is a basic principle for great golfers but the ideology and thought of gravity doing the work can be a great thing to revert to if you feel out of whack on the course. I'd call this swing philosophy the Zen of the golf swing

  • Reply Jonathan Thorne April 21, 2019 at 4:20 pm

    hi T – I bought your Ebook & was supposed to have access (forever?) – now I can't get into the Ebook.. What happened? Tried to email you but never received an answer. Would like to shore up the relationship – as I believe in your method/system.

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