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When people think of how to start the swing, they often focus on the direction or shape. This can lead to a disjointed action. In this video, Martin Ayers of Northbound Golf shows and explains that instead, the best way to start your swing is to begin in sequence. This beginning sequence maintains the cohesion needed for a more powerful and precise swing motion.

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Northbound Golf provides a comprehensive way to learn and play the game. Martin Ayers and Michael Powers have uncovered what great players do that makes them great. It’s an approach that you can adopt, irrespective of your current level of play. Martin Ayers is a former Australasia Tour player who has coached Major Champions Steve Elkington and Mike Weir, as well as 3 time PGA Tour winner Cameron Beckman. Michael Powers is a PGA Member from Boston, Massachusetts with over 25 years of coaching experience. At Northboundgolf.com you’ll find over six hours of instructional video content, question and answer podcasts, plus personal online coaching.

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  1. geohogan

    Feb 12, 2019 at 9:34 pm

    The intention to move the arms and club up behind us in the BS
    is a signal to our subconscious that balance is going to
    be threatened, so of course quite naturally
    unconsciously our feet begin to brace for the change
    in COG, due to the WEIGHT of arms and club up , behind us in the BS.

    Our subconscious knows nothing about golf or golf swing. Never will.
    Our subconscious has evolved to co ordinate complex movement, while maintaining humans upright, in balance to protect our brain the key to our survival and evolution, much more pressing in the scheme of things.

    Our conscious mind likes to make up stories about how our bodies learn movement, but mostly they are make believe and most pay golf instructors to repeat make believe stories.

  2. Vinu Malik

    Jan 15, 2019 at 11:38 am

    Makes a ton of sense. Great observation. Keep it up.

  3. Dumbo dan

    Jan 13, 2019 at 4:26 am

    Over complicated

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