Rahmbo Drill

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The Rahmbo Drill is going to be your "guilty pleasure" golf swing speed drill that has been missing from your game! Increase your clubhead speed and control at the same time! You can get a discount on the Hackmotion here: https://hackmotion.com/rotaryswing

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Michael
with this rambo drill learning to swing like Rahm does with a shorter backswing , how does this affect your half and 3 quarter pitching (distance pitching)?
April 14, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Shouldn't change them at all as this is just a drill to learn hand speed.
April 15, 2024
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Will
It’s a weird concept, but after watching videos of my swing, and doily focusing on my release only, it’s like the more rotation/flip I feel with right hand over the left, the longer my club stays square through the hitting area, and the more speed I can generate…completely different than trying to rotate the body…1 feeling and the pivot, backswing, and impact all come together. This is truly crazy. After trying mechanically to hit positions for the last 3 years, and holding off my hands…this is a true game changer!
April 11, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Ya man! The GOATs knew how to do it right and make it easier in the process!
April 12, 2024
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Will
Or, maybe I’m over rotating now…need to keep the body silent since I’m a right hand dominant player..
April 11, 2024
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Will
What up Chuck! New to your website but long time follower on YouTube! Love the GOAT Code and have been crushing some pure shots. My one question that I have would be regarding hitting a fade to a slice (if i hit one bad)…coming from hitting draws in the past… I had a tendency to cock my wrists early and swing inside…which is incredibly different from throwing the club at the top with more neutral stronger angled wrists. I’m guessing that my miss of now hitting it right is from old habits slightly creeping in. If I keep a firmer grip, but take a more neutral path and relaxed wrist conditions, would you anticipate the ball flight straightening out? Thanks for all you do! Will
April 11, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Glad to have you Will! Thanks for putting your faith in me. There's a few things that are going on here. First, an early wrist set makes it easy to close the face a little going back - nothing wrong with that if you like that ball flight. An early set also gets the wrists heavily loaded by the time you're at the top, so it's easier to release the club. So, you can still early set if you like and won't to have a similar ball flight. Or, with a more neutral grip and less wrist set, you get to release the club more. Both will create the same result, just slightly different feels. Go out and experiment with the feeling of releasing the club slightly more aggressively, letting it turn over more and see how you like that feel - give it a few range sessions to see where it sits with you.
April 11, 2024
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Will
Thanks! Appreciate it!
April 11, 2024
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Chris
Hi Chuck , I’ve gone pretty hard on the Hack Motion stuff and can replicate Olsen pretty well except for his Rotational peak curve . I know you have said a lead side back handed table tennis shot feeling but I can’t get that going yet … would this be the feeling for a trail side dominate action ? Or is that for lead side ? Any other thoughts on how to get that top rotational curve ?
April 11, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
That's for lead side, trail side is different. I'm working on this for an upcoming video because it's a bit more involved to fully understand it.
April 11, 2024
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Chris
Sound good! I would love to show you the image too if you want?
April 11, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Sure! You can post it in the community page
April 12, 2024
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thomas
Been practicing the movements at home. Finally got on the trackman for some testing. Majority of time the path is in to out, with a closed club face. Whenever I try the throwing from the top feeling I get a lot of shanks. A few dead straight ones, but mostly the ball traveled to far left or shank.
April 3, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
You are likely burying the club inside during the takeaway by pushing your lead arm too deep across your body.
April 4, 2024
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thomas
Went today with HackMotion and making sure I wasn’t moving arm across chest and getting to deep. The HackMotion revealed I was too extended at impact while top of swing I was in the green. I mostly fixed the impact position and got it in the green, by holding flexion, but went from 83-84mph to 74-77mph with 7iron. I feel like I’m SO close, but definitely missing a piece or two from the golf swing puzzle!
April 4, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Can't hold the release, that's the opposite of a release! That's why you lost speed. I've got a lesson I'm going to share over the next few days that will be very helpful regarding all this.
April 5, 2024
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thomas
Nice, can’t wait. Practiced a bit more using trackman. Focused on getting to the delivery position and then releasing. Trackman has a swing speed mode, that allows you to swing without a ball. I focused on swinging as fast as I could and rotating the forearms. Could get 7iron back up to about 80-83. 4hybrid 90mph and driver 100mph. Than with a ball I was still able to make good contact with 7, 4 hybrid, and 5wood at those speeds. But driver is just crazy. Clubhead coming in sometimes at 36degrees loft, ball was hitting the top of the screen. Should the driver swing have a different swing feel?
April 9, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Thomas, we've got something really wild going on there, can you post a video of your swing in the community?
April 9, 2024
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Robert
What should we expect for speed when trying this drill? Just looking for a gauge to see if I’m in the ballpark
April 1, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Robert, I haven't tried to measure speed, but you should be able to get 80-90%+ of your normal full speed.
April 1, 2024
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Marcel
I am a left-handed golfer with a strong dominant right hand. That seems to make lead side release more natural for me. However, I am also an older golfer (61 years old) so declining hip range of motion and mobility is something I have to work with. Would it be fair to say that lead-side release is harder on your body as you need more rotational forces to get extra speed? I am questioning if I should work on transitioning to trail arm release and set myself up better for future years as I age with a swing that might be easier on my body?
April 1, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Marcel, the speed has to come from somewhere. If you don't use your hands, then you must use your body. Take a look at the video I just sent out now that talks more about how the wrists work. As you will see, it's not so much the arm as it is the wrists so training the trail side won't be much of a chore.
April 1, 2024
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Michael
Chuck, this is good stuff. Question, I am right arm dominant with 2 bad knees so the tiger release is a good approach for me. How does the right elbow work with what you were saying with throwing the hands to initiate the swing from the top? Also, contemplating getting the hack motion but the discount is a bit misleading. The discount is $15 with initial package which I believe most people will get. Thanks, Mike
March 29, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Michael, sorry if I wasn't clear enough. I said that the $50 discount is specifically for the Pro version. It's 5% off any of them which I stated in multiple places in case you missed it. It was the only discount they offered me. For the right elbow watch the GOAT Delivery Position video. You can also ask questions to our new GOAT bot here https://rotaryswing.com/lp/the-goat-ai-bot/
March 29, 2024
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Michael
Thanks for the quick reply. I should have read it thoroughly. It was a bit impulsive. I love that technology and will probably get it. Thanks and I'll review the link
March 29, 2024
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Steve
Hey Chuck, still having a mixed bag of results here… Finding I’m struggling to release the club sometimes and really holding off the release… The Axiom power program had really resonated with me regarding the throwing motion… Would that be the same as what we are attempting to do here with this video and drill? Thank you, Steve
March 29, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
They are one in the same, just different ways of describing them. Just for fun, can give the GOAT bot a try with your swing issues and let's see how it can resolve them: https://rotaryswing.com/lp/the-goat-ai-bot/ Note that I am reviewing and correcting most all of the answers.
March 29, 2024
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Steve
Music to my ears!!! Thank you sir! I truly think that the Axiom Poser Program is the absolute best way to describe the feeling for trail siders like myself! Fits perfectly with the Goat Code! Still not swing thought free but getting there! I have submitted questions to the bot! It is coming along for sure!
March 29, 2024
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Stephen
Thanks Chuck - I've been a member of RS for years and like Juan comment below I always thought you said that it was impossible to time the release with the hands so the point of RS was to learn the body movements (Weight shift, sequencing, squat to square etc) so that you didn't have to use the arms/hands.....now it seems you are saying use the arms/hands to create speed and somehow rotate forearms/hands at the right point of the swing to square the club and get a pure strike/powerful release....I'm sorry but I'm really confused....
March 29, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Stephen, see my response to Juan below and let me know if that clears things up.
March 29, 2024
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Juan Eduardo
Hello Chuck. Great videos on GOAT Code!!. I am using the Hack motion Pro and is really fun and helpful !! My question is about the release with the hands when using trail hand dominance. I always try to keep my hands and wrists passive and use the arms to power the swing. When I am successful in making a good weight shift without rotating the body, the release happens automatically with no involvement of the hands, just the arms at full speed make all the work and get some very decent distances. But in this video you introduce the concept of actually having active hands and use the trail hand to rotate them over and get the release with power and speed. Is that a correct interpretation? That I have to actively use the hands to rotate them instead of letting them alone rotate with the weight of the club head and quiet body? I fear they I will have very inconsistent results if I move the hands because I have to time the rotation perfectly or I will send the ball anywhere. Can you please explain how to use the hands correctly for power with their rotation over the ball and not lose control of direction? Thanks!. Juan.
March 29, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Juan, great question. This applies to a more compact swing with less wrist set. The longer your swing and more wrist set, the less aggressive you need to be with your hands. Bobby Jones is a great example of a very long swing and never discussed feeling he had to do much with his hands. Ben Hogan, shorter and more compact swing - wished he had 3 right hands at impact. Jon Rahm must use his hands and dynamic stretch of the left side to create a lot of speed in a short span of time and distance. Simple answer - longer swing, less active hands. Shorter swing - more active hands.
March 29, 2024
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David
Chuck, as usual you find the KEYS to mastering the GOAT code. For right hand / trail side dominant approach what would you say the grip pressure should be in the right hand on a scale of 0-10 with 0 being too light and 10 being way too tight to properly keep the wrists from becoming too active......or should this be simply trial and error of different grip pressures and then video tape the DTL swing to see what produces the best outcome? What was your grip pressure # for comparison of where to start. As always, thanks for your input!
March 27, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
I was wondering who would be the first person to ask this, you're the winner! It's something I've been focusing on a lot, so here's my best answer. You need to grip the club firmly enough that you feel like you have absolute control while keeping it soft enough to not lose release speed. That is the balance that you are trying to strike and I don't know that I can put it in a number like we normally do. I would say I used to grip it with a "2" with my right hand, and now I'd say I'm a 5-6 with the right hand, but find the "number" that addresses what I said earlier that meets those requirements for you.
March 28, 2024
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Rob
Hey Chuck. Your series on left side or right side dominant has been very insightful. I realize I have been lead side dominant, to the point of completely ignoring the right hand, for ages. Initially, I thought I needed to "switch" to right side dominant but now see I need to focus on both hands to get in the proper position on the back swing, but let the right hand kind of take over on the down swing. Holy crap is there a lot of power there! It made me realize something Rory said about how he puts a little extra umph on a shot. He said it doesn't come from the top and he puts the extra juice on almost when the club is back to parallel to the ground. I didn't understand that at the time (being only lead side dominant), but I get it now because the right hand can really rip through and the lead hand should "anchor" the swing and control the club face. My ball striking has been on point lately with high compression, and great ball first-divot after shots. My bad shot is an early release, hips forward block, but the right hand work has really been helping with that. Good stuff! You're really the only person out there talking about this. It seems so important and essential, new golfers should learn this very early.
March 31, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hi Rob, ya, there's more "golf influencers" on the planet than we need right now who are completely clueless and can't break 80, it's a strange new world indeed.
April 1, 2024
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Steve
I was also in this same boat… Goat Code made so much sense, but results yielded some scary stuff! I Found I was holding off the release with the throw from the top as I had worked for years to be so lead side dominant… This is all really making more and more sense! Inevitably there will be a little trial and error as we change our swings! But these last 5 videos are really clearing up some questions! Great stuff! Don’t stop!
March 27, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Thanks Steve, more great stuff on its way!
March 28, 2024
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Everett
Glad I'm not the only person combining the two different swing styles. I felt like I "got it" after putting the goat code into practice, however my old body rotation came back after a week and what a nightmare!!! This video illustrates exactly WHY and I am forever grateful!!!! Thank you!
March 27, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Yes, those two can get ugly fast!
March 27, 2024
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Matthew
I'm in the lead side camp. My problem is that I keep rotating, and my arms and hands get stuck behind and my left shoulder comes out. And I never get pulled thru to a proper follow thru (probably because I get secondary axis tilt and my weight shifts back). I guess it's the hip spinner issue. I can't find a good feeling that allows me to stall my hips. Can you rattle off a list of ways to do that by any chance? I just watched "squeeze the cheeks" again, and I'll try that again today. Haha. Btw, love the wrist info in this video as well.
March 26, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Being lead side dominant, the hips will actually want to keep turning a little to keep applying speed to the arms. The best way to get a feel for a post up though is to stomp that lead foot into the ground as a drill to start down.
March 27, 2024
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Jeff
My takeaway .. DONT COMBINE ELEMENTS FROM TWO DIFFERENT SWING STYLES!!!! My experience .... the Tiger release combined with the DJ rotation = snap hook. Too much youtube can be detrimental to your golf swing
March 26, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Yep! Left and going "lefter"!
March 27, 2024
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Jeff
Well I guess the side benefit is that now I know exactly how to get a huge draw. That may come in handy once in a while
March 27, 2024
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Andrew
Chuck, This is one of the most fantastic videos I’ve ever seen! Wow! Truly revolutionary! Does the same apply for the driver or are their differences?
March 26, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Thank you Andrew! Yes, same with every club in the bag, you only want one swing.
March 27, 2024
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Andrew
Music to my ears! I’ve watched these two videos 5 or 6 times trying to milk out every detail! They are by far the two best golf instruction videos on the internet, bar none!
March 27, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Thank you!
March 27, 2024
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Kyle
I have accidentally been mixing elements of lead side and trail side dominant swings while trying to implement GOAT code and been ripping my hair out. This video talking through both feels helped me to realize that. I was trying to do throw release with my hands but the body motion of a lead side swing leading to hip ripping open/spinning and have been a pull hook monster, even in C4 phase two. Hoping this screwdriver feel and the short and fast backswing helps me course correct.
March 26, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Yes exactly! Mixing these two things is where most get lost in the woods. Please let me know your progress!
March 26, 2024
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Kyle
Still working through issues. Went to the range yesterday and had one of my worst sessions ever but trying to stay positive. Focusing on the GOAT takeaway video after my review from Craig and I think I’m hanging back too long because all my shots were either fat or shanks. Over emphasizing the width and slight shift back, and not getting a good weight shift. Was only able to hit the last couple balls decent by feeling like I kept all my weight on the front foot the whole swing. Definitely a WIP
March 30, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
You are trying to do something either very incorrectly or trying to change too many things at once.
March 31, 2024
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Christopher
Hi Chuck, I love this GOAT code video series! You already had an extremely fast swing speed using the left side. Has moving to a more right side swing seen any increase in your speed? Or is it similar with less body ache? Chris
March 26, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Hey Christopher, glad you're enjoying it! My speed is about the same basically. But, I'm able to do it in a way that is easier on my body as there is less rotational speed required and it's more my trail arm throwing motion where I produce speed now.
March 26, 2024
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morgan
What video introduces the Tiger Challenge?
March 26, 2024
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Chuck (Certified RST Instructor)
Here you go: https://rotaryswing.com/lp/tigers-swing-pace/
March 26, 2024

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