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!
‘The Wall’ concept helps most people understand how the left and right side of the body should work during the swing.
You want to get on ‘The Wall’ with your left side, not through it.
Many students and even some Tour Players end up getting this wrong and it feels bad!
If you can’t stop stalling and shifting back or you are falling back after impact, chances are you are through ‘The Wall’ at set-up.
This new video will help.
Gavin Coles turned 50 earlier this year and last week competed in the Regional Qualifier for the PGA Champions Tour. He dusted off the clubs a couple of weeks ago and started practising again for the event. Gavin finished with four birdies in his last six holes and made it through to the PGA Tour Champions Final Qualifying which starts November 27-30 in Tampa. He turned in rounds of 68,72,71 and 72 and finished in 24th position.
Jean-Francois Remesy also progressed to Final Stage finishing in a tie for 15th on 8-under-par.
Most people with low arm actions have trouble with steep shoulders on the downswing or the right shoulder popping out as they try to shallow the club. In this new video Gary demonstrates how the right shoulder should work coming down and why steep shoulder and low arm actions cause so many problems.
There is so much written about the left wrist and the bowed look great ball strikers get post impact. If you look at Gary’s players closely they all have that look. Many players have to flip the left wrist under or flex it down the target line. In this video Gary demonstrates the other option and looks at the secret in the wrist.
Peter Senior just shot 11-under-par in the opening round of the NSW Senior Open at Thurgoona Country Club Resort. Senior only missed one green and made one bogey in an otherwise flawless round of golf.
” It is always nice to play a round where you never miss a shot” said Senior
He has been working hard on his swing in the lead up to the Australian Open in November.
Senior currently leads the field by 9 shots. . Nice Playing Pete!
Jan Stephenson is possibly the hardest working Right Sided Tour Professional. Jan is an integral part of the Edwin family and continues to prove that age is no barrier in golf. Today Jan was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
Jan has achieved so much in the last few years and is now being appreciated for all she has done in her career. We are lucky enough to have a video record of her journey. Congratulations Jan from all of us here at Gary Edwin Golf.
Most golfer’s have no idea what swing pattern they are! If you do the groundwork and understand your pattern and what causes your swing faults, you have a much better chance of fixing them. Quickly in this case!
We have just uploaded a new video for all the over-rotators! You know who you are!
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 and how it effects the leg gap back and down.
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?