What is Lag? Lag is the angle between the left arm and the club shaft, and how this angle is increased in the downswing. Many longer hitter increase their lag angle, which in turn creates more club head speed at impact. So how do you create lag?
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Two of the most common faults are when either the clubhead moves first, or the upper body moves first to start the downswing. The cure is to learn to accelerate your hips to start the downswing with rotation and weight transfer and improve your downs
Scooping is one of the most common swing faults with amateur golfers. The left wrist breaks down, increasing the loft, with the weight hanging back on the right foot. This will lead to heavy shots, thin shots and a loss of distance.
A very common fault with players of all levels is that they tilt during their swing rather than rotate. Tilting will have an effect on swing plane, the correct transition (downswing start), striking the ball solid, as well as a possible cause for ...
As beginners we could get a million things right but still fail if we miss one element. As humans we can only deal with small amounts of information at any given time. Lets take a look on how to learn all of the things necessary to play quality golf.
How do you transfer your weight correctly? First of all, the term weight transfer is not really correct. Pressure transfer is more correct. The reason will hopefully become clear to you in this article.
If you love golf and you are looking for an inspiration, this article is what you need! We selected 5 blogs filled with tips and tricks that will make your handicap plummet!
You may feel well-balanced in your adress position, but do you stand correctly? Discover with Robin Symes the power of Force Plate technology, common balance-related mistakes and various ways to check your posture using only your mirror.
Do you feel like you have lost the natural tempo in your swing that you once had? Have you lost trust in your swing and are hitting nervous, guided shots? Robin Symes will help you find your timing again.
Using Ground Force can help you to improve club head speed and to cure your Hanging Back. Robin Symes explains the role Ground Force plays in a golf swing and presents drills to create and to improve your Ground Force.