Proper Coil can only be achieved with the correct Posture and Shape. In this Lesson Gary talks about how to set the club correctly on the hand-line and shows how to stop a hook by coming inside the right way.
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This video was taken at this years Right Sided Tournament, Gary talks about radius, what a turn is and why some people have trouble developing arm speed.
In this Live Lesson Gary explains the main causes of power loss. He shows why developing power and store-up is dependent on the correct direction of turn or coil. This lesson is also a good one for developing true-loft at impact.
It is impossible to turn in the right direction and get coil if your lower half is not working correctly. In this video Gary also explains the difference between Coil and Turn.
Gary, Commentators drive my nuts when I hear them saying that a player ‘lost his level’ or ‘dipped’. And they only say this when someone hits a bad shot, as I guess they need to say something. It would be safe to say that 90-95% of good players ‘lower’ during the backswing and almost 100% […]
In this video Gary talks about coil, what it is and how it develops. Many students are trying to turn the wrong side to get the coil. Coil is the resistance created by the turning in the right direction, the ability to come back and swing the arms without having to change the direction of […]
Gary often used this Drill to give Players the feeling of coiling with a higher left side. It is a good one to try if you have any tilt going back or issues with a low left side.
Tilt Turners always often say the RSS swing feels smaller when the body coils properly. Gary explains the half swing and full swing feelings.
Hi Gary, You talk about arms pulling the body into a coil but when I try to do this my arms end up behind me. Can you explain how the arm structure relates to the coil again for me? Cheers Max
If the lower half of the body moves correctly it supports the upper half and enables it to turn in the right direction. Almost all across-the-line patterns are caused from tilt-turning. This lesson is a great example of the difference between coil and turn in the golf swing.
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Most people slice and they learn to accept it and live with it. The ones who are fighting a hook, they really hate it! To stop a hook you need to understand what causes it. Power is developed from Coil and Resistance in the RSS. Fight the hook and Win!
Many golfers believe that flexibility issues stop them turning.Trying to lift the left heel in the backswing often causes sliding and lifting of the posture. Not many modern players lift the left heel.To coil properly and maintain the Shape of the body the lower half needs to turn from the correct area. We have just […]
If you tilt or straighten the top half of the body going back the arms tend to go too far behind it. The way the right arm works is a bit of a mystery to a lot of golfers because they have such bad posture and arm angles at set-up. We have just uploaded a […]
The arms pull the body into a turn. You can turn a lot and and still not get any coil. Turn in the wrong direction and you can’t swing your arms down. We have just uploaded Gary’s response to the question: Is it an Arm Swing or a Body Release? Enjoy!
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Understanding the correct movement of top and bottom halves of the body can make swing changes much simpler to digest. Most people try to transfer weight with their knees and end up with very unstable top halves. It is very important to set-up with the correct angle of the feet and legs, you can then […]
All of our tour players and most of our students have models that they are constantly trying to get back to. This month in the Members Area gary talks POWER! Most golfers have problems keeping their angles when they try to smash it. He goes through some drills he uses with his players to develop […]
Have you ever tried to shorten your swing but couldn’t? Some students try to shorten their arm swing and it makes their wrists hinge more. Gary often talks about ‘dead weighting’ the club to get the radius of the takeaway correct. We have just posted a video of Gary explaining this concept and how it […]
Have you ever wondered why good players appear to slightly compress or lose height in the backswing and appear to lift at impact and into the follow through. This month Gary answers some questions on levels and how a proper coil affects them throughout the swing. Most amateurs lift on the back and try to […]
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