Transfer Of Energy Means A Powerful Golf Swing

When we want distance, we think of clubhead speed and the need to swing the club faster. True, speed is important — but a powerful golf swing is actually created by the transfer of energy from the golfer’s body to the golfer’s arms, to the golf club, to the clubhead and into the ball . Read more…

The Pursuit Of Easy Golf Power

Swing Coach Helps Dean Reinmuth Reveal The True Golf Swing
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When Top 50 golf instructor like Dean Reinmuth comes calling with an offer to check out your swing and offer the fruits of four-plus decades of top-level teaching, including a new level of golf power, only a bonehead would demur. I might be a bonehead in many areas of life, but when it comes to Read more…

Building The Perfect Golf Swing

A RARE Shot At Big Improvement

I’m excited to share with you some great information that’s going to really help you be able to hit every shot in the bag, from your putter all the way to your driver. Indeed, you could be on your way to your perfect golf swing. I came up with this simple reminder, a great acronym Read more…

The True Secret Of Great Lag

Is It The Most Overused Word In Golf?

Let me start with an SAT question. True or False: Jack is wearing a red hat and Jack is a boy. Wearing a red hat makes you a boy. The answer is obviously False, but if you replace “red hat” with “lag” and “boy” with “long hitter,” everyone would unanimously say true. Jack has great Read more…

How To Develop Great Golf Footwork

Put Your Swing On The Block For Power

So, just how do you develop the most efficient power sources in a golf swing? It takes coordination between the backswing and forward swing, of course, and that takes great golf footwork. I’ve come up with a simple and straightforward training system to do just that, and the only tool you need (besides your clubs and Read more…

How To Teach Your Junior Golfer The Full Swing

It Starts With Equipment And Realistic Expectations

The last few issues I tried to point out ways to help the junior golfer in your life gain experience with developing their short game, putting, and ways to do this as a family. After all, working together is the key element. Now we move on to full swing mechanics for juniors, what to avoid, Read more…

Hitting A Draw Part 5: The Follow-Through

Extend The Arms To Close The Deal

You’ve done it! You’re down to the final piece of the puzzle of hitting a draw. You’ve gotten through the backswing by tracing the grid, you turned your hips and got those knees to change flex, you kept a nice flat left wrist at the top, you slid your hips far enough towards the target Read more…

How To Hit A Draw Part 4: Downswing

Master The Lateral Slide To Start Your Downswing

Now that the backswing is tidied up we begin our downswing, but what important things need to happen so we can trace our grid and also make a solid strike to hit a draw? We hear a lot about “clearing our hips” in the downswing,” when in fact most golfers who struggle to hit a Read more…

The Big Golf Balance Act

Five Drills For A Better Turn Through The Ball

Golf is a rotational athletic endeavor, requiring you and your body to balance an accelerated rotational force to transfer the energy you generate with the golf club to the ball at the absolute right time. At least that is what physics tells us — centrifugal force releasing inertial energy in a straight line to your Read more…

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