Every golfer I meet would like to hit longer drives. The problem is too many players want to accomplish this by exerting more effort with their arms and hands. This gets the sequence of movement out of order and actually produces a slower swing.

The hands and arms have a very important role to play in generating club head speed, but it happens much later in the downswing than many players tend to have happen. In this video I explain how the downswing begins with the lower body and the speed that is generated there in gradually transferred out to the club head by the time it reaches impact.

There is a definite ideal sequence of body movements, the kinematic sequence, and it is this sequence that will allow you to generate your maximum club head speed. In this video I will explain this in more detail and show you how we are using 3D swing analysis to accurately measure a players swing efficiency.

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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=x_OBqpnkKYk

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