You can’t hit with your Right Side unless you have a strong Left Side. Bryson DeChambeau has bulked up, is smashing it and everyone seems to think he will get injured. He talked to Gary many years ago about being a sweeper and a picker. In this latest video Gary explains his technique, talks about […]
When people try to take out excessive leg action there is a danger they will become stagnant. Getting depth correctly allows the body to ‘hold or sink’ coming down and the arms to swing with speed.
Many people regard Moe Norman as one of the greatest ball strikers to ever play the game. Gary was fortunate enough to conduct a clinic with Moe in 2000 and they shared a lot of the same ideas about the swing. We are posting some of that encounter this month in the Activity Feed for […]
Good players who don’t have Shape at set-up or lose their Shape going back, usually make up this angle in transition. Most Tour Players look similar to RSS models at impact but their match-ups can be seen clearly when you slow everything down. In this new video Gary talks about Smooth Swings, Match-ups and how […]
People tend to move more laterally and increase their Shape coming down in an effort to hit the ball higher and further. In this video Gary talks about the importance of the set-up and keeping the Shape with the Driver.
Tour Players try to launch the ball at about half the measured loft of their irons. To do that consistently you need to understand the concept of True-Loft and what a release really is. In this new video Gary talks about impact and the follow-though and how to stop adding loft at impact.
If you have the correct Arm Bias and Body Angle at address it is very easy to get your grip right! In this new video Gary talks about the origin of bad grips and how to correct them with a simple drill.
A good way to tell if you are bending from the right places and have the correct Shape at set-up is by looking at the pressure in your feet. In this video Gary talks about pressure in the feet at set-up and during the swing and how you can monitor it with this simple Drill.
The early era of golf instruction was all about shifting weight laterally. In the 1980’s a few guys looked closer at some of the better ball strikers of the past and decided they didn’t like lateral and wide going back. They talked more about sequence and had a better understanding of swing radius and what […]
There needs to be a point where turn stops and comes back again. People who tilt and over-rotate lose their original angle and can’t get proper store-up coming down. In this new Live Lesson Gary explains the turning point, throwing darts and getting more power with less effort.