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Improve How You Get Through The Ball Without A Club

There are three ways to improve how you get through the ball without a golf club:

  • You can buy new equipment
  • You can take lessons and practice
  • Improve the machine (you) which allows #1 & #2 to create better consistency and power

Your golf clubs are only as good as you allow them to be. They don’t swing themselves! The person holding the club determines how well the club hits the golf ball.

Lessons and practice can help you to improve … however, if your body hinders you from swinging through the golf ball easily … are you going to be able to use all the new, good information you learned with lessons and practice?

Use the winter off-season to improve what you’re able to do with your golf swing. Many bad swing mechanics can be attributed to not having a feel, or ability to get through the golf ball with the least amount of resistance from your body!

Is it solely a lack of golf swing knowledge that’s holding you back? Or is it a combination of swing mechanics, combined with not allowing your body to flow more naturally?

This week’s video will show you how to get through the golf ball without having to swing a club or hit golf balls!

Improve Your Golf Swing Without Practicing!


Being able to hit the golf ball better is possible … it isn’t a myth!

Yet, golf lesson after golf lesson and swing tip after swing tip … most Golfers don’t realize much improvement after 2 or 3 years of trying to improve. Why is this?

Our golf swing can only function as well as our body and mind allow. Let’s start with your body. Compared to your 25 year old self … are you currently more flexible or less? Are you stronger or less? As coordinated or less?

It’s the same on the PGA & LPGA Tours … the 25 year olds can often be much more athletic hitting the golf ball farther distances than the 40+ years olds (Mickelson & Woods). Though, these 40+ year olds are also hitting the ball farther than their younger self’s … as they’re working on their bodies to improve their golf swing (as they also improve their quality of life as they progress in the years going forward).

In this video – getting stronger and gaining coordination doesn’t have to be a hassle or inconvenience … it can be accomplished smartly – https://youtu.be/QEkrJ0gf4qk

Use Natural Hip & Body Movement To Create Consistency & Power In Your Golf Swing

‘It’s As Simple As A Wood-Chop! Chop Wood For Golf Swing Consistency!’

Consistency is more easily repeated when your body works together to create a powerful golf swing.

Yet, because much of the Golf Instruction that’s readily available focuses on working on individual parts until their perfect: hips, shoulders, arms, wrists, weight shift, head down, left arm straight. Many Golfers become ‘Head Cases’ when they can’t coordinate these movements on a fairly consistent basis!

When you can Feel your body working together … it’s much easier to repeat the good swings, as well as experiencing far less anxiety while trying to find your “Lost Swing!”

This week’s video should help you to better understand how the hip turn, shoulder turn, and weight shift can happen more naturally

What’s Preventing You From Finishing Your Follow-through? Watch This Week’s Video!

‘Improved Distance, Accuracy & Consistency’

Although not being able to Follow-through does not determine how the ball flies … it does show that something in your golf swing maybe out of sync prior to the club meeting the golf ball.

Though, you can’t fix a bad Follow-through by practicing your Follow-through!

Not being able to Follow-through is an Effect of something else malfunctioning … thus, we have to look deeper into your golf swing to uncover what’s impeding your Follow-through … The Cause!

Where most Golf Instruction fails is that the Instructor tries to fix the Effect before finding the Cause … and that’s when the chaos begins.

In this week’s video … Marc will show what might be preventing you from moving through the ball. As well as demonstrating how you can dig further into your swing to find your own “Tour Pro Finish”

Releasing Your Golf Swing To Hit The Golf Ball Farther … Watch This Week’s Video!

Golfers looking for more distance are often battling between swaying too much or protecting against the sway by standing overly stiff. Even the PGA & LPGA Tour Players have to work on balancing too much vs too little while they practice. So you probably should also!

We have found that the more successful the Golfer … the better they’re able to find the balance between power and control. The less skilled the Golfer … the harder it is to find that balance.

So how can you release more power while maintaining accuracy?

With this week’s video/drill, you can start determining how much is too much, how much is too little, and of course … how much is perfect for your golf swing.

Click Below To Watch On:
Vimeo – https://vimeo.com/340967742
YouTube – https://youtu.be/kAm_P4i6NJ8

Learn To Turn In Your Golf Swing – Golf Improvement Weekly

Watch This Week’s Video To Answer These Questions!

  • Are my shoulders supposed to start the turn?
  • Could my upper body be causing me to ‘swing over the top’?
  • Can I sync my upper body with my lower body for a smoother swing?
  • Is there a Drill I can practice to improve my upper body movement?

If you’d like to understand how to turn your upper body so that you can create consistency and power in your golf swing … you’ll surely see/hear something different than the usual ‘golf tips’ by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video

Why Are You Using Your Weak Hand For Power?

“It’s all in your left arm. I need to stop using my right hand. My right hand is ruining my golf swing!” That’s all we hear from right-handed Golfers coming to see us. Everything these right-handed Golfers have told us is that the power comes from their left side. And the sad part is that a right handed Golfer saying they’re using too much right hand is a statement that is way off-base and just underlines and boldfaces why Golfers continue to struggle.
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