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The new DEAD Drill is the fastest way to RADICALLY transform your swing - period. The drill is incredibly simple, but must be done correctly in order to see huge improvement in your distance, control and consistency. To make it fast and easy to learn, I've broken it down into 6 short videos that cover each key checkpoint. Work through each checkpoint in order and make sure you're watching yourself in front of a mirror and videoing yourself doing the drills so you know if you're doing them correctly. If you're uncertain, submit your swing for your review - we're here to help you get results!

Of course, a great golf swing starts with the perfect setup, so start with the Setup videos first before starting to work on the 6 core DEAD Drill videos below.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You MUST watch the videos on How the Brain Learns before embarking on your journey to better golf. Without this base of knowledge, the reality is that you will continue wasting your time pounding balls with no results to speak of. These videos will transform how you think of the golf swing and learning in general and you will ONLY hear this information on RotarySwing.com.

If you are working on your DEAD Drill and find that you're not getting the results you see of the other students, I can almost guarantee that the reason is in the video below.

 

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Recent Comments

64x64
If i hit the putter on the upswing with a vertical shaft at setup, wont i be putting backspin on the ball? Feels intuitive to me that you want to put topspin, or is that wrong?
Posted by Jens 2 hrs ago
64x64
This drill has given me the feeling I need to pull with my left, instead of push. I seem capable of really pulling very fast to the post-up. Should I strive for a “fire the hips” move or more of a gradual/tempo turn. Thanks!
Posted by Don 2 hrs ago
64x64
My pleasure Brandon. This can be a very long winded answer that I would like to address in your next swing review. So, make sure put this in your notes to me when you next submit. Staying positive when you are going through swing changes that are leading to chaos is really really difficult. Being dedicated to the process is definitely something that will help BUT I know there is a limit in which students do not want to see the bad stuff on the course any longer. With that said, I can give you some things for the course in the review, to help get you moving in a better direction so that you at least feel a little more at peace during the processes.
Posted by Chris (Certified RST Instructor) 5 hrs ago
64x64
Hello Lee. Sounds like you are over using that trail. I prefer overlap because it literally just rests there and then falls off the club. If you are experiencing issues with the pinky in interlock. Sounds like there is excessive torque/pressure put on it. The club runs from the base of the pinky very slightly diagonally to the middle finger just below the first knuckle. Happy 4th. No problem for the help and thank you.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 6 hrs ago
64x64
Hello Neil. You don't need to push with the trail hip to get to the lead side. You want to load the trail glute early because of the kinematic sequence in the golf swing. Loading early helps you start to shift to the lead side first in the transition. Take a look at Which Muscles to Feel in Golf Swing Transition Video to see how you pull to the lead side.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 22 hrs ago
64x64
Hello Augusto. Take a look at the RST Necktie Drill Video, or How to Fix Golf Reverse Pivot.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 22 hrs ago
64x64
Hello Kevin. Don't get caught up so much on just the feeling of the right shoulder back. You have done enough reps that it is a little desensitized now and it is the core doing the work. Focus less on trying to wrench the shoulder blade back and like the 5 Min to Rotation. Rotating the core to not overly swing the arms.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) yesterday
64x64
Hello Don. You have to pull the weight with the lead side (Which Muscles to Feel in Golf Swing Transition Video). The trail hip will follow. You don't push with the trail to get to the lead side. At impact the shoulders will be square and hips open 35-45 degrees. The weight will move as the hips are turning. You have to make sure they are always rotating into the impact position. You won't get into perfectly neutral hip until post up.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) yesterday
64x64
Hello Kevin. I think the arms would be more the priority.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) yesterday
64x64
Hello Johnny. Pretty much happens that way. It will rotate a little bit internally from the shoulder socket (How to Keep Left Arm Straight Video). The feeling will be vertical movement as the body takes care of the horizontal portion.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) yesterday

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