The One-Piece takeaway makes the shoulders tilt and the club heads across-the-line.
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Body Shape is the most important concept in the Right Sided Swing. In this video Gary talks about how to get it using the impact bag.
Many students who start working on the RSS can get over-shaped at set-up. It makes the body over-rotate early. In this lesson Gary fixed this students pattern very quickly by changing some common misconceptions about the RSS Shape and Arm Direction.
Many students get over-shaped at set-up and it makes the body rotate too much over the right axis. It is then very difficult to get back to impact without straightening or spinning on. In this video Gary talks about over-shape and how it effects the leg gap back and down.
I’ve noticed that swinging in this method has all but negated shots with big shapes. Meaning draws and fades are tight and not 10-20 yard hooks and slices. Do you have a method to increase the curve on the occasion that a big hook or slice is needed? How do you increase the face to […]
Many people start their swings with a lateral moment of the hips and lose Shape going back. In this video Rebecca is doing some drills that help her lower half move correctly.
When you walk into the ball you want to have your arms and wrists correct before you get there. In this video Gary talks about a pre-shot routine that helps you get Shape and maintain it as you walk in.
This Before and After outlines how Shape and the correct right arm motion are interconnected. Gary often says the right arm does not have its own post code. This is what he means.
It’s hard to maintain correct shape into the back-swing if the “Shape” at set-up (especially the right-arm tuck) is incorrect. Many students tend to get through “the wall” at set-up. In this video Gary explains a bit more about why the “Shape” is so important.
In this Live Lesson Gary explains the reason most people come over it and their arms loop out on the downswing. This is a good lesson for anyone trying hard to shallow it out.
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In the early 2000’s Gary did a clinic with the great Moe Norman. Moe talked a lot about the importance of his starting angles and how his lower half really worked. Many golfers get over-shaped at set-up and it makes their bodies rotate too much over the right axis.In this video Gary talks about over-shape […]
Getting over-shaped can stop the top and bottom working properly and make it difficult to cover the ball at impact. There are quite a few causes of over-shape during the swing. We have just posted a new Live Lesson. Gary talks about the lower and how it works in The Right Sided Swing and how […]
The UK Instructors Seminar at Lingfield this week was a great opportunity for some of the GEGAS instructors training in the UK to get some hands on time with Gary. The weather held out and Gary worked his magic on just about every attendee. Some amazing swing transformations that we will be posting shortly. Gary […]
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 […]
The correct Arm Bias at set-up is crucial in determining the shape of the body and how the arms work during the swing. If your grip looks wrong then your arms are probably wrong! There are a quite a few videos inside the Members Area that go into detail about the correct Arm Bias and […]
If you move out of your original Body Shape you will need a bigger lateral move across in transition. Many of the older players used to have big lateral moves. We have just uploaded a new video. Enjoy!
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Just wanted you to know that after putting your recent lesson into effect, I shot my second best round ever… 13 fairways and 15 greens! The course is ranked 36th hardest in USA. Thank you sincerely. Frank I’m probably one of many who let you know satisfaction at developing our game using the right sided […]
The Set-up of Peter Thomson is legendary! Commentators used to talk about his customary low right shoulder but there is much more to learn from the set-up angles and arm bias of this five-time Open Champion. This month in the Members Area Gary looks at the reasons some students shut-off with their shoulders when trying […]
One of the most overlooked principles in the Golf Swing is perhaps the most important! The correct arm bias at set-up is crucial in determining the Shape of the body and how the arms work during the swing. Most people who leak power set-up with their right arm straight and then over-shape or invert […]