The Difference | Driver Swing VS Iron Swing

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30 thoughts on “The Difference | Driver Swing VS Iron Swing

    1. We offer swing reviews as an optional service to our All Access Members. Rates for unlimited monthly swing reviews are $150/month currently. If you’re interested then click the link and become a member then you can sign up for swing reviews if spots are available. If not then join the waiting list: Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

  1. Do you play the Ping LST driver or the plus.. Im finally switching over from an M3 to the LST Ping because i just hit pings the best and get more loft out of a 9 head for some reason. Pings seem to have a higher launch and hotter face and forgiveness. Just need to figure out whether or not to move it down to 8 degrees and see if i can still get it up in the air enough. Judging by your swings with an 8 head it looks like pings don’t get to stingy and low flight. Thanks man

    1. Clay plays the Plus. They didn’t have the LST out yet when he got fitted otherwise he may have been fitted for it. Hope you like your new driver. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

  2. Love the videos and more importantly how you listen to your subscribers/viewers. I’ve seen a few requests from people about the two different concepts and you have delivered yet again!

    1. Try to match your body to the slope and understand that the ball will come out high on an uphill and low on a downhill. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

    1. Yes, we offer unlimited monthly swing reviews for $150/month as an additional service to our All Access Members. If you’re interested then you’ll need to become a member then go to the swing review page and grab a spot or get on the waiting list. If you’re ready to purchase the membership, just use the quick link below because you can sign up in about 1 minute: Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

  3. Don’t really get one thing. If you envision the club head path as a circle (seen from above), why isn’t the club head starting back inside at contact when the bell is moved forward in your stance? I’ve never understood this and weaken my grip for the driver to prevent (?) this.

    1. Hi David, the hands are moving in as the club is moving out. It’s kind of like a sling. As the club continues around, it starts to close. This is why a weak grip can help you to keep it from closing too much. Play well! Quentin | TSG Instructor

    2. Exactly my point. The grip is weakened for the driver or for any club played more forward in your stance, an observation that Clay, for some reason, elects not to share.

  4. Wow! Great video! I actually already do this iron part of this really well, but have been struggling with the driver. I can’t wait to go to the range and pay more attention to the ball position and the small change you talked about for the driver.

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