Range Tips

Keep Turning and you’ll still have a good result… stop turning, and anything can happen… watch.

Shoulders, Hips, Toe line must be parallel to your target line

Use a club across your shoulders, hips, toes to check to make sure they all square and parallel.

2 thoughts on “Range Tips”

  1. i have been looking at your golf lessons on your site and i am very impressed with your simple instructions i would like to view your driver lesson as i feel this causes most golfers a lot of problems,also how would your method stand up while playing out of heavy rough i feel unless you turn very fast the club may not get through the ball ,or the player will say ops i better use my hands to help it out.this, method that you teach is very body friendly .i live in southern ireland and keep up your good work.

    1. Thanks for the nice comments Michael. Heavy rough can change things and yes it does take concentration to not feel the need to help using the hands. What eventually eliminates the use of the hands is practice and a routine that does not use hands but just uses the “Mass” of the body turn. Everything throughout the body, arms and club is moving the ball the ball equally. The more my students groove passive hands during the swing, the more the Large Muscles control the swing. Once this is trusted and becomes automatic, hands are not an option (because they won’t help just disrupt). This is evolved but attainable with players who practice and trust their routine and visualization.

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