Left Knee In The Golf Downswing (COPY THIS MOVE!)

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33 thoughts on “Left Knee In The Golf Downswing (COPY THIS MOVE!)

  1. Brilliant, awesome video! I Love ” Feel” tips and drills. Never even thought of this concept, this where i struggle too. I tend to dip or dig my right hip/side occasionally and hit irons really fat, like embarrassing fat shots. This should help with that as well as the power increase. Thanks a million!!! The ability of teaching to many different view points is not lost on you Sir. Not many can do that. Keep up the good work.

    1. YouTube has control over advertising. Not sure we have much say ad by ad, I think it’s more of a general distribution thing.
      All the best, Adam

  2. Hi I’m Dean Munro, 3 times getting out of bunker player, the only way Dean Munro will improve his golf. Is for Phil Mickelson to change his name to Dean Munro.

  3. I seem to do better with a very stable base. Nicholas was a great athlete, but not a good example of how most golfers should swing. Of course what do I know.

    1. Thanks Glenn. Generally, the more motion, the more power, I think that’s why he did what he did. Certainly not all types excess motion are beneficial, but we have to look for a happy medium that helps us play well.
      Sounds like less works better for you.
      Best, Adam

    1. Don,
      Thanks for the comment. I agree that Grant gives it that look, but my comments are general in nature. As you may know, the Stack & Tilt guys are Golfing Machine guys (the name was given to them by Golf digest), which is more of a general golf geometry book. It was written about 50 years ago by a recreational golfer who was an expert in geometry.
      Turns out his ideas were based in fact, now that 3D motion capture can measure these things. Snead, Bobby Jones, Nicklaus etc etc had a lot of this, generally speaking.
      All the best, Adam

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