Producing solid contact golf shots is critical to controlling both distance and direction. In the first video in this series I spoke about the elements that produce solid contact and the ways you can start to incorporate them into your own golf swing.

Whenever you learn a new skill it is important to start with smaller mover performed slowly until you have mastered them well enough that you can progress and still produce quality results. In this video I show you how to progress the drills form the first installment to the point where you can produce your new moves with speed and consistency.

This process will take some time. It is not a case of “do this” and you will be instantly hitting solid contact golf shots. It takes time to learn and incorporate a new skill into your golf swing. So take your time progressing through the drills and don’t be afraid to go back to an earlier drill if you are struggling to make solid contact.

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