How To Swing Like a Tour Pro


In this week’s Impact Show, we look at four common moves tour pro make in their golf swing. Watch the video to see how you can get closer to replicating these moves in your swing.

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  1. I liked the instruction and yesterday evening I tried the drill where the shaft had to be connected to the left hip. What happened is that I went extremely inside, the opposite of the aim of the drill. My swing must be fundamentaly wrong…

  2. Excellent instruction video, particularly the two-rod alignments for draw and fade club path in the downswing. Reminiscent of Hogan’s skewed downswing plane picture twisted to the right of the static address plane) in The Five Lessons. Piers’ and Andy’s video provides valuable added information for draw and fade downswing orientations. Good stuff.