In addition to the things I’ve discussed already in the past few days, I will be re-introducing certain drills & concepts because they work…
At least, they’ve worked for yours truly and if you wonder how I could go 9 months from the end of the ’18 golf season to last May without hitting a ball and yet still swing as well as if I’d only taken a couple of days off, then you haven’t been paying attention!
I swing my SwingRite nearly every single day, and even if I don’t swing it full speed, I still make easy swings with it and my Momentus Heavy Iron, all to keep the motion ingrained and make it even better with reps.
In the below sequence, you’ll see
- a practice pivot
- a practice pivot & down swing pivot,
- a practice swing,
- an actual swing,
- the same swing in slo-mo
If you look at the pivot vs the practice swing vs the actual swing, you’ll see very similar positions at the top:
That is because I practice what I drill, and I try to swing the way I practice swing & drill.
In fact, looking at the sequence above, I’m gritting my teeth because I can see what I’ll need to practice drilling this coming off-season (I’ll let people see if they know what it is).
Bottom line – just watching videos may be good, but doing the drills, especially following along with the videos, will really benefit you and speed your development and improvement.
Oh, and what I was doing above in that sequence was working on a principle that I said is found in both the swings of Mike Austin/Dunaway as well as Sam Snead.
Guess again, if you wish!
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