Gary I would really like to hear your thoughts on the Sure Set radius swing trainer. I have always sucked my arms behind me going back and after using one the other day I think I got the feeling go the correct arm structure in the backswing. Could it work for the Right Sided Swing? […]
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Gary explains the importance of mastering abbreviated swings first and then building them up. RSS Tournament winners, Brad Lamb and Jason Pavese, talk about how they change the trajectory and flight of the ball.
You can generate a lot of power with the speed of your arms and the shaft. If you coil around a central axis and have your radius correct you can swing your arms faster and further. In this video Gary talks about how to develop more speed without losing accuracy.
The Body Posture and the Arm Structure take care of where the club goes in the Right Sided Swing. If you get into position early and maintain Radius you can focus on the motion and easily add more speed.
Without the correct Arm Structure it is impossible to set the club. In this Lesson Gary explains how the Left and Right Side should work and the importance of maintaining Radius.
Here is a bit of footage from the clinic at the UK RSS Tournament 2016. Gary talks about ball control and some young Right-Siders demonstrate how to move the ball both ways.
Can you expand on the Hogan wrap and your thoughts on the possible correlation between that and radius? A video would be awesome : ) Regards Bruce
Basic chipping technique, higher spinning chips and bunker shots, all require the same Body Shape. In this video Gary outlines chipping and bunker technique and discusses the importance of constant radius.
One of main principles of The Right Sided Swing is constant swing radius. Radius of the Arms and Hands, and the radius of the clubhead. In this video Gary talks about what Radius is, where it is measured from, and a drill he uses with his players to help maintain Radius.
Tour Players usually have great awareness of the things they do not like about their golf swing.This Lesson progression with young Tour Player Quinton Howe, shows the importance of Spine Angle and how you can change the look of your swing in a few lessons if you start in the right place.
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Great ball strikers can hit the ball through the same window every time and can hit it straight. Australian legend, Peter Senior, won the annual RSS Tournament last month and gave some great advice in at this clinic about making the game simple and the importance of understanding your swing in tournaments. Brad Lamb also […]
You can generate a lot of power with the speed of your arms and the shaft. If you coil around a central axis and have your radius correct you can swing your arms faster and further. In this new video Gary talks about how to develop more speed without losing accuracy.
Have you ever been told that your left arm is too straight? or even worse, that it is too bent? If you turn vertically and slide your hips your left arm is going to look too bent. We have just uploaded a new Tour Player Lesson to the Members area where Gary explains in detail […]
Drills for connection help with the feeling of maintaining the radius in the swing. If your body and arms are working correctly you can create more speed with less effort. In this video Gary looks at a couple of common drills that players use to get the arms and body working correctly and goes through […]
Gary has taken chipping back to to the bare bones with a new sequence of videos. In the new quick-start video series you learn how to set-up correctly, establish your swing centre and then maintain your radius for more consistency and control. If you learn to play the standard chip correctly it forms the base […]
Lots of golfers have big-long swings that don’t produce any power or consistency. In this video Gary demonstrates how to generate power with proper sequence, radius and coil. Doug Sanders once said to him that people always said he had short swing, but they were wrong!
Getting control the the club-face starts with proper wrist and arms angles. You can bypass the concept of having to ‘educate your hands’ by beating balls on the range. The advantage of having a ‘neutral club-face’ that is square to your body turn is that you never need to manipulate your hands or change your […]
Taking the spin off the ball by varying the speed of the shaft can only be done correctly if you have the right radius and you are covering the ball. In this video Gary shows how his players hit the ‘Arm Ball’ with the RSS and talks about why some players have difficulty hitting this […]