In this weeks Impact Show PGA Golf coaches Piers Ward and Andy Proudman go through the most common swing faults that affect your ball striking. Showcasing a drill for each, to help fix the fault you are struggling with the most.


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  1. TrackMan sessions with videos have revealed two distinct swing faults: 1) At the top of my backswing when I start my down swing I immediately drive my right elbow down and to my side producing what my brother calls a "crunched up" look. This changes the angle of my shoulders by lowering my right shoulder. 2) Because of my bad back (I'm 67) I rise/stand up prior to and at impact (what you referred to as "early extension") resulting in approximately a 7 degree shift in shaft angle (forward) from address to when I make contact. I assume this is because amazingly my mind and body know without thinking that standing up will pull the club head closer to my body and away from the ball so I naturally extend my hands about 3-4 inches further away from my body at impact than where they started at address. Also, my right leg is 1" shorter than my left and coupled with my bad back, my bio-mechanics are pretty screwed up.

  2. Firing the hips and getting the upper body stuck in a closed position compared to my hips causing me to be to inside causing a big hook or flipping of the wrists.

  3. Started playing since August and i'm having trouble doing cosistent iron shots. One issue is that my swing is to much V-shape when it has to be perpendicular to the ground in I -shape. It s caused by being bit to far from the ball i believe.

    Thanks for the tip to have the losest point of swing after ball!

  4. I've been watching the Honma Hong Kong Open the past few days. What a job you guys have done with Rai. Impressive stuff. Couldn't have happened to two nicer coaches. Congrats to you both!

  5. My Biggest swing fault has got to be when I drink one beer per hole. I find that a more successful round presents itself when I smoke a nice Marley, instead, of the finest chub-chubs!

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