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If you tilt or straighten the top half of the body going back the arms tend to go too far behind it. The way the right arm works is a bit of a mystery to a lot of golfers because they have such bad posture and arm angles at set-up. We have just uploaded a new video to the Members Area. Gary explains the correct arm structure and what he means when he say’s “The Arms Pull the Body” into a coil.
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?
Understanding the correct movement of top and bottom halves of the body can make swing changes much simpler to digest. Most people try to transfer weight with their knees and end up with very unstable top halves. It is very important to set-up with the correct angle of the feet and legs, you can then turn from the groin area and it enables you to coil your top against your bottom half. We have just posted a new video in the Members Area where Gary talks a bit more about the correct angle of the right leg and how to use the legs without the knees initiating anything.
All of our tour players and most of our students have models that they are constantly trying to get back to. This month in the Members Area gary talks POWER! Most golfers have problems keeping their angles when they try to smash it. He goes through some drills he uses with his players to develop the feeling of getting more power from centrifugal force than from catch-up. We have a new Live Lesson that will help anyone who is an early left side clearer, it shows just how much the lower half effects the upper half of the body. If the lower is not right from the ground up it makes everything turn and shift instead of coiling and resisting.
Have you ever tried to shorten your swing but couldn’t? Some students try to shorten their arm swing and it makes their wrists hinge more. Gary often talks about ‘dead weighting’ the club to get the radius of the takeaway correct. We have just posted a video of Gary explaining this concept and how it enables the body to turn in the right direction and coil. It is a big month in the Members Area, new Live Lessons, Swing Models and heaps of footage from the Australian PGA Championship at Royal Pines. We are doing Swing of the Month again so if your close to being Right Sided and want a lesson from Gary, make sure you email us a video of your swing.
Have you ever wondered why good players appear to slightly compress or lose height in the backswing and appear to lift at impact and into the follow through. This month Gary answers some questions on levels and how a proper coil affects them throughout the swing. Most amateurs lift on the back and try to stay down on the through. If one of your playing partners ever tells you to keep your head down you may want to show them this video! We also have a new Live Lesson, some tips out of fairway bunkers and some HD Tour footage from the practice green.
The Right Sided Swing- Explained (1 hr 28 min)
This three-part HD video series was taken from a recent seminar and is probably the most comprehensive explanation of how and why Gary developed The Right Sided Swing technique. He goes through the main concepts of Body Shape, the relationship of the top and bottom halves of the body and the three key principles of Radius, Turn and Weight Shift.
Step 1 – Body Shape and Posture
Posture and Shape are words that relate to body at setup. This series of videos will show you:
- The true meaning of posture, how to get into an impact position at setup
- The proper relationship between to top and bottom halves of the body
- Head angles
- Videos from Instructional Seminars and Live Lessons with Gary Edwin
Step 2 – Radius Wrists and Arms
The next step is understanding the correct arm bend and wrist angles at setup. If you get them right at the start, there is no need to change them during the swing. Videos include:
- Easy ways to get your radius right
- The correct angles of the arms and wrists
- Arm direction
- Common mistakes and issues, and how to identify & resolve them
Step 3 – Turn
Once you have your wrist and arm angles, getting an understanding of the direction of the turn is the next step. In the Right Sided Swing the turn direction maintains the original spine angle throughout the swing.
- The difference between coil and turn
- Common turn patterns, like over-rotated and the tilt, and how to correct them.
- Drills to perfect your turn, and correct any bad habits
Step 4 – Weight Shift
Once you understand the motion of the turn, the concept of bumping or leaning
- The transition
- Balance and the first move down
- Where to put the pressure
- Gary answers frequently asked Member questions
Step 5 – Drills
This section contains all of the Drills you need to train the body and put what you have learned into a motion.
Our members have access to archive footage of many great players, analysing how their swings work, and giving you a chance to learn from the best. Players include:
- Rebecca Artis
- Rod Pampling
- Gavin Coles
- Dohoon Kim,
- Peter Senior
- Peter Lonard
- And many more.
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