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Golf: GFR & Centeredness & Cover Ball

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0 ups, 5y
bow left wrist at top and keep wrists fully cocked via the rotary force generated by torso turn. Left wrist is straight at impact esp with the driver
0 ups, 6y
note how both knees are bend in TS and shifting left with the glute slide
0 ups, 5y
...Left arm catapults off chest via the left shoulder going up and back AND the left knee extension ...envisage a cord attached to L shoulder and L hip ...a 2nd cord is tied in the middle of 1st cord and thru impact the 2nd cord is pull hard to rotate your hip/shoulder up and back in unison
0 ups, 5y
Driver ...tee up ball high and envisage 3 balls glued together in an ascending fashion ...this promotes ascending strike thru the ball ...not a hit AT the ball
0 ups, 6y
Nov 28 '16 ...use ulnar deviation of wrists thru impact (whilst "turning the corner") ...helps centered strike and avoids pulled shots
0 ups, 5y
feel the DS torso rotation cause the arms and golf club lurch back as if you were in car that suddenly accelerated ...the weight shift left is like flooring the gas pedal
0 ups, 6y
Golfer's turning point is consistent ...stays centered from start to finish ...his chest does not spin out ....rather he keeps it facing ball as long as possible ....and power is generated by left leg pushing up whilst left hip goes back ... this whips the club into impact like the counter -weight box of a trebuchet slinging the boulder
0 ups, 6y
Dec 8, 2016 ...In the TS, the left knee rotates & swing shallows onto the right forefinger...this swing thought effectively gives you upper & lower body disassociation ....It works, trust it, be confident
0 ups, 5y
...feel the left palm on top of grip at 1/2 way down ...feel left palm under grip at 1/2 way up
0 ups, 6y,
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...not only does the left leg push off the ground ...you can increase power by timing this GFR by first transitioning into a sit-down move and simultaneously pushing off with the side of right foot and pushing off the ground with an extension of the left leg...key: if you fail to "sit down" and instead just push with right foot from the top ...all you do is fall back and lose the LSR
0 ups, 5y
Wouldn't it increase the likelihood of hitting the bottom of the ball and increased instability with head control (club head)?
0 ups, 6y
Driver Set up .... hands just in front of clubhead with square CF
0 ups, 6y
hit the ball with the hips and go to SLR with the shoulders ...do not hit ball with shoulders
0 ups, 6y
TS: affix right elbow to SIDE and simply turn the torso ...do not go for a deep right elbow opposite naval area
0 ups, 4y
Left leg pushes off ground to effect left hip turn (whilst right hip stays back ....just simply twisting your left hip back will also bring along the right hip ...using the left foot to push back the left hip allows you to resist the right hip moving too) ...the right foot also has a role in pushing off the ground
0 ups, 4y
the key to 'centerness' is lower spine flexion ...make a concave shape with lower spine at top of BS
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