Most Tour Players have a couple of stock chip shots. They can usually hit the low shot that runs and the higher shot with spin without making huge changes to their body action. Maintaining radius and the club-face-body relationship creates consistent trajectory and spin.
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Better players tend to struggle with inside-out swing paths that create too much right to left spin on the ball. Trying to narrow your radius at the top of the swing can make your shoulders tilt. In this lesson Gary shows how to fix this issue and talks about the importance of the Shape and Leg […]
A lot of good players get narrow coming down, they tend to hit it low and hook the ball. Understanding Swing Radius is the key to being shallow without pulling the club down.
When I’ve used tape to see the impact positions, my driver shots tend to be towards the heel, where my irons shots are closer to the center of the club face. I’ve noticed with the pros (Jack Nicklaus among them) that many seem to hover their driver instead of ground it, and alignment wise, hovering […]
New Member, here Love the videos and more importantly the concepts. Help me understand lift of arms. This is referred to in Wrists and Radius Video. Is the lift of arms same as the turn (proper direction) What is lifting the arms ? Thanks
Here is a bit of footage from a recent clinic Gary did with Australian Legend Peter Senior. They talk about Shape, Radius and Weight Shift, all the other important things!
If you think your swing is getting close to being Right-Sided you can try this! Many of Gary’s Tour Players hit driver of the deck without any problems. You need the correct radius and body angles to to do it properly.
Shallowing the club early in the downswing maintains the original radius of the club-head from the torso but also also allows the body to stay in its original posture during the downswing. Many great ball strikers do this. In this video Gary explains the importance of the body in the RSS motion.
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.
This Drill is great for establishing the correct right wrist angle at set-up and for maintaining your Radius during the swing. You need the correct Body Angles to do it!
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