RotarySwing is proud to introduce a brand new golf video lesson series that will guarantee success. Called, "Playing Your Best Golf EVER In 6 Weeks" we will show you the science behind a mechanically perfect. Each week, we will be tackling different topics that effect consistency, starting with "head movement" and how to stablize and fix common head movement faults in the golf swing.
In this Golf Lesson, we're going to discuss the most common faults:
1- Head dip or excess head movement - This is a bi-product of improper weight shift and excess should plane tilt. We want our shoulders to be able to rotate perpendicular to your spine.
2. The second most common head movement fault is vertical movement. If this happens, it indicates that you have not maintained flex in your trail leg or maintain your spine angle.
3. The third and most common head movement fault is too much lateral movement with your head during the swing. If you are getting pulled off the golf ball, this will create inconsistency in your golf swing and hamper impact.
HERE IS THE DRILL that will fix all of your head movement issues.
The way this drill works is to get into a sound setup position, then take the golf club and put the clubhead to the right of your right arm. From this crossed position, pull the clubhead towards your center and towards your spine. The important varialbe is to keep your trail knee flexed. Ideally, you are going to do 1000 reps of this drill in week one which will set you up for our next video in week 2.
-Dr. Jeffrey Broker, Assoc. Prof. in Biomechanics at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and Former Senior Biomechanist for U.S. Olympics Committee
-Hub Orr - Happy PREMIUM MEMBER of RotarySwing.com
-Sam Jarman, PGA Golf Instructor in the UK