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In this video, I share 3 great drills that will give you the stability you have been looking for in the backswing.

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Find him on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/adaviesgolf Advanced Fellow of the PGA Head Golf Professional The Marriott Forest of Arden The Golfing Machine Authorised Instructor TPI Certified Fitness Golf Instructor PGA Swing Lecturer PGA Swing Examiner PGA Qualified in 1999, Achieving 3rd position Trainee of the Year Roles Former Academy Coach Wales South West Squad Performance Director Midland Performance Golf Academy Coach to GB & I Squad Member Head Coach to Birmingham University Teams Coach to Solihull College AASE England programme Coached Numerous County Squads including Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Derby. Philosophy I am a highly self-motivated full time coach committed to improve players of all standards. Through continually developing my skills and knowledge I am considered one of the leading coaches and have been recently voted in Golf Worlds top 100 coaches. Having excellent communication skills enables me to be able to deliver first class tuition to all levels of golfers and this is reflected in my achievements from my players and personal accolades.

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  1. Frank Ramsey

    Jan 9, 2018 at 1:48 am

    Simplest method to stop swaying is to spread open the knees slightly when positioning oneself just before backswing and maintaining the position throughout the swing…..

  2. Joe

    Jan 8, 2018 at 1:46 pm

    This looks good. Thank you sir! Going to try these!

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Master your takeaway with force and torques

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Most golf swings last less than 2 seconds, so it’s difficult to recover from any errors in the takeaway. Time is obviously limited. What most golfers fail to realize is that the force and torque they apply to the club in the initial stages of the swing can have major effects on how they are able to leverage the club with their arms and wrists.

Our research has shown that it is best to see the golfer as a series of connected links with the most consistent golfers transferring motion smoothly from one link to another and finally to the club. Approximately 19-25 percent of all the energy created in a golf swing actually makes its way into the motion of the club. That means the remaining 75-80 percent is used up in moving the body segments. This emphasizes the fact that a smooth takeaway is your best chance sequence the body links and become more efficient with your energy transfers.

In the video above, I give a very important lesson on how the forces and torques applied by the golfer in the takeaway shape the rest of the swing. There will be more to come on the subject in future articles.

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Equipment expert Brian Knudson and Editor Andrew Tursky play the famous Los Feliz Short 9 golf course in Hollywood that was featured in the movie “Swingers.” They each take the 1-club challenge. For more info about how to get the Titleist “Two Guys Talking Golf” logo’d golf balls they used throughout the video, check out @tg2wrx on Instagram.

Enjoy the full video below!

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WATCH: Get more ball compression by squaring the back of your lead hand

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As part of my new “backhand” golf series, this episode helps you learn how to square the club face using your lead hand for better striking, accuracy and consistency!

Click here to watch Part 1: “Jordan Spieth’s and Sergio’s backhand techniques”

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