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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.

 

How the Brain Learns

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Recent Comments

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I accept that Craig, so will experiment say reducing my heel width down by an inch, from 15" to 14" and see how that goes. Have to say the weather over here in Pembrokeshire remains pleasant. Not overly warm at around 12 degrees but dry and mostly sunny. If I do some 3D printing of me perhaps you can check it out ;))
Posted by James 2 hrs ago
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Hello James. Take a look at Right Arm Backswing Drill Video and 3 Functions of the Right Arm Video. You shouldn't feel a ton of lifting. More of less staying straight with some flexion. It can appear/feel like the trail bicep is facing upwards the entire way.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 2 hrs ago
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Hello Brian. Remember, the release is passive. It sounds like when you keep the shoulders back you flip vs letting the club do the squaring.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 2 hrs ago
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Hello Tony. Great. No problem for the help.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 2 hrs ago
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Hello Stephen. Awesome. I know we have the tools to make you a successful golfer. In my opinion, way easier than bowling. ;)
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 15 hrs ago
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Hello Ted. Make sure you are posting up properly and not pushing excessively with the trail hand.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 15 hrs ago
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Hello Keith. The foot gets pulled/moved more as a byproduct because you are pulling the weight with the inner lead thigh adductors and clearing the hips. If the foot is light and the outer edge is slightly up. You should be okay. However, take a look at the Role of the Right Foot, Preventing Hip Pain (for pull), and Perfecting Lower Body Stability. The goal is to just make sure you aren't hanging weight back on the foot as you finish the post.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 22 hrs ago
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Hello Gary. It would be tough to estimate how much from your previous swing is would change. The lie angle may change a hair, but the shafts I would be more concerned with depending on how much more club head speed you gain. If you start to see significant increase in speed the shafts may be too weak.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) yesterday
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Hello Gordon. Oh noooo. Delete Bryson from memory. I recommend a good single malt for the job :).
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) yesterday
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Thank You Tony.
Posted by Craig (Certified RST Instructor) 2 days ago

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