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17 thoughts on “How To Shallow The Arms And Club In Transition In The Golf Swing | YoYo Drill

  1. Another great video clay thank you! When I record myself, it looks like I’ve done a much better job at shallowing the club and coming from the inside but I have developed quite a harsh left miss or even a snap hook sometimes, am I shallowing out too much?

  2. Wow!!! Thank you for sharing this feel from a childhood toy perspective that doesn’t require thought. Can’t wait to get to the range and work this out…

  3. So this advocates holding the face in a somewhat set position (closed) through a rotational impact. It assumes that the golfer can 1. Rotate correctly with no hanging back or EE and 2. Bow the left wrist like DJ as they do all of this. What about all of the instructors that advocate a neutral grip with loose wrists and closing the face through impact – whipping the club through – in a more neutral action – where the clubface closes through motion and is not held or forced closed through impact. If you are actively bowing your wrists – that is manipulating the clubface – so – how can you stay loose? isn’t being loose the key to speed?

  4. No offense BuB but I’m hitting the ball better since watching old Chi Chi Rodriguez videos and just walk up to the ball with the club face slightly open and hit cut shot irons off the ground like Chi Chi, and I tee that driver ball up high and Cut the ball like Chi Chi and walk through the swing like Chi Chi towards the target no worries no stress no thinking about it just tee it high and Let it Fly BuB like Chi Chi.

  5. Nice visual Clay, the yoyo thought is a very good example of how we must get the back of the rear hand to bend backwards to set the club instead of thinking about the front hand bowing to much….OTHERWISE, we’ll look like Daniel Berger! Who is a good golfer….but…he leaves his front wrist bowed the entire time, which limits his tool box.

  6. Hey Clay! I’m enjoying your videos a whole lot my friend. Tennis racket drill plus focus on outward facing palm plus flattening in my downswing, has brought me tremendous success. Now I can actually focus on my short game without worrying so much about striking the ball with confidence and compression. Thank you Sir! I share your teachings with all my buddies.

  7. I was just looking up videos on the transition last night! I’ve noticed my shaft angle is steep on the way down and i’ve felt very uncomfortable trying to shallow the club on transition. Will have to give this a go!

  8. The content and instruction is top notch but being a lefty, I hate having to mirror everything that’s taught. Regardless it’s helping my game like no other instructor

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