Daisy Nielsen Golf Swing Review

Daisy Nielsen has a world class golf swing with solid Rotary Swing Tour fundamentals. In this golf instruction video I walk you through her powerful post up and release move that gives her effortless power.

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jeff
Hi, I've seen on this video and several videos on this site as well as many other pro videos that the player's head moves back a rather large distance just prior to impact. Can you or Chuck comment on that? I'm guessing it's back to the physics part, club going one way, body (and head) going the other way. Thanks, Jeff
November 1, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Jeff. Yes, you are on the right track. It's the physics aspect of creating more speed. Trying to get max extension for power. Like the Throw the Club Head at the Golf Ball Video. The club is extending or shooting towards the target as the body is moving away from the target. Some players you can really see the move with the driver. The problem is you can over due it causing issues in the lumbar spine.
November 2, 2016
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Loran
Then, I figure the takeaway and the backswing are determiners of a good downswing? My guess is the backswing, including the right arm fold are relatively close to the head? If not, my magic triangle arms and elbows risk falling into the deep end?
September 23, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Loran. The takeaway and backswing set you up to make a efficient downswing. They will be somewhat close to the head because you don't want the arms pushing too deep into the depth dimension.
September 26, 2016
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Richard
Liked the video–but what about the comment about "pay me 100 bucks every time right heel comes up"? I assume this means the heel shouldn't come up–until it should come up, which is at the end of the swing and when, in fact, the whole foot comes up and usually moves forward. Any further clarification on this? Thanks. RS
September 21, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Richard. Yes, that the trail heel should not prematurely come up before impact. It should be pulled up after the release and into the finish. Take a look at the Role of the Right Foot Video.
September 22, 2016
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Mimi
How far does she it the ball with that iron? I am working on it ALL!
September 21, 2016
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Craig (Certified RST Instructor)
Hello Mimi. If I can find some stats. I will let you know.
September 23, 2016

Looking for a great golf swing to model your Rotary Golf Swing after? Look no further than pro golfer Daisy Nielsen. Her inspiring move is a very solid RST golf swing that's perhaps 90% of the way to being perfect! You'll see a couple little things that aren't ideal, but overall her swing is very solid.

The big thing I focus on here is her powerful post up move that I discuss in the "You hit the ball with your legs" video. This golf instruction video has been one of my most popular, so make sure you check it out! When you combine this with a proper golf swing release that I teach in my "5 Minutes to the Perfect Release" video, you've got the makings of a great golf swing.

Another great move that Daisy makes is the "Squat to Square" move. This move helps unwind the hips in the downswing while allowing the arms to shallow out and the golf club to get on to the proper swing plane. This move also stabilizes the hips in the downswing, so if you're a hip spinner, pay close attention to Daisy's right foot. It works perfectly through the hitting area and there's no spinning out here.

Enjoy this great woman's golf swing, it's powerful and effortless and RST Fundamentals based!

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