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Proper golf swing mechanics are an essential element to a winning golf game. Brookside Country Club golf pro Timothy Sands describes proper swing mechanics. www.brooksidegolf.net 209-444-4727
Using the Slice Eliminator to avoid hooking and slicing, Tour Instructor Rick Smith instructs how to properly align your golf shot with the Quickster Range Net 8×8.
Chris Ryan takes a look at the upper body and discusses the 3 main movements that will occur through the golf swing. ►Subscribe to Chris Ryan Golf for more instruction! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=chrisryangolf ►Feel free to comment [More]
This video is an extract from Jim Waldron’s “Great Shot” DVD series shot in 1997. The Arm Swing Illusion is one of the cornerstone principles of his Balance Point Golf Schools. For more information go [More]
Using the dual-colored barrel of the Power Position weighted swing trainer, Tour Instructor Rick Smith outlines several elements to a great backswing. He then incorporates various training aids to reinforce those key positions.
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This video discusses Moe Norman’s Golf Swing Mechanics in Three Dimensions. I also introduce what I consider perfect practice with Biofeedback. To find out more about the Single Plane Training Systems, visit Home