If there is one move in the golf swing, that players struggle with more than anything else, it is how to produce the correct downswing sequence. Often players will try to generate as much speed as possible at the start of the downswing through the hands and arms. This type of sequence is a great way to destroy power generation.
Maximum speed can only be produced through moving the body segments in the correct sequence – proximal to distal. This is what the best player’s in the world do on a consistent basis and it is why they seem to generate effortless speed.
In this video I explain the correct way to start the downswing, moving the body segments in the order in which they will produce maximum club head speed and thus distance. I also outline some drills that will help you to improve this part of your own swing.
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Now that you know more about how the body moves during the golf swing, watch this video to learn a new drill that will help you transfer this knowledge into a more powerful swing – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBbSkFU72dQ
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