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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”

Create Power In Your Golf Swing For More Distance

‘Learn To Balance Accuracy With The Desire For Distance’
When you try to smash the ball as far as you can … you’ll see your accuracy decrease

Which often leads many Golfers to being overly focused on swinging slower than they are capable of … just so you can “Keep The Ball In Play”

Which causes you to hit the ball 20 yards less than you should be … making holes play longer … and rarely allowing yourself to experience the exhilaration of ‘Bombing A Drive Down The Fairway!’

Being able to balance power  … while maintaining enough accuracy to keep the golf ball in play – is what the PGA & LPGA Tour Players also have to be conscious about every time they swing

Yet, the Tour Players didn’t master that balance overnight … it takes years of practice mixed with trial and error … to earn the high level of control they have … both physically and mentally

This week’s video gives you a visual of how you can start syncing your body, arms and legs to hit longer golf shots while “Keeping The Ball In Play”

Should You Swing Your Body Or Swing The Golf Club

Are you in control of the golf club … or is it in control of you:

  • Do you lose power/distance because you’re focused on moving the club on a certain swing path or position?
  • If your club is on the ‘correct’ swing path … does that mean your body is also moving correctly?
  • Which is more important to consistency … body movement or club position?

Many Golfers are focused on moving the golf club on a ‘correct’ swing path or swing plane. Yet, the effort you’re using to do so may be negatively effecting how well you hit the golf ball.

If you’re looking for more power, accuracy, and better consistency in your golf swing … you’ll surely see/hear something different than the usual by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video:

Using Your Hips For More Power In Your Golf Swing!!!

Think Of Your Golf Swing As If You’re A Machine!
Having more consistent golf swing mechanics is the difference between struggling as a 20+ handicap versus having the confidence of a 10 handicap. However, these swing mechanics can only be incorporated into your golf swing once your body is ready.

Most Golfers are trying to force the ‘correct’ swing mechanics into a body that might not be physically able (at this point) to allow those swing techniques.

So the Golfer goes on yet another search for more golf swing tips because the previous ones aren’t working. Thus, adding even more swing thoughts on top of all the other golf swing tips that you’ve already tried!

Every machine needs to be properly maintained if it’s going to work effectively and consistently … and your body is the most important machine in your life!

‘Most People Treat Their Car Better Than They Treat Their Body — Though, You Can’t Lease A New Body Every Two Years!’
You can start the process of training your body to allow for proper swing mechanics by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video –

Improve Your Turn For More Consistency In The Golf Swing

Are You Properly Turning Your Shoulders & Hips In Your Golf Swing?

What are you focusing on in your golf swing when you hit a golf ball? For many Golfers … they’re thinking about their shoulder turn and hip turn.

And while there’s nothing wrong with that … there are many ways to turn in your golf swing … yet, not all are efficient (correct) for your golf swing.

Turning your shoulders and/or hips is too general of a concept for each person to consistently implement. What a turn feels like for one Golfer may feel like a sway for another – a reverse pivot for another – or over-rotated or under-rotated for another.

Each Golfer reading this has a different Feel … so each of us will have a slightly different turning motion in our personal golf swing.

So how do you find how to turn in the golf swing? You can start the process of feeling your proper swing rotation by watching this week’s Golf Improvement Weekly Video:

Turning Your Shoulders In Your Golf Swing

Your shoulders play a vital role in every athletic movement. Yet, not understanding it’s role in the golf swing will have you chasing a constant flow of tips in your attempt to hit the golf ball better.

In this week’s GIW, Marc Solomon, PGA Professional and owner of Golf Made Simple, busts another myth in the ‘Over-Taught Golf Swing’

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