DON’T change your golf swing!! BEFORE checking setup

DON’T change your golf swing BEFORE fixing setup – In this week’s Swing Quest episode we look at Andrew and how changing setup can change a golf swing.

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  1. I played my 1st round of 18 today, it was actually my first round of golf ever, I've been playing for about 1 month, I'm 18 years old, my longest drive according to my partners range finder was, 270 yards, I had 30 putts, and ended up shooting a 77. My partner said he was amazed by my score. I don't know if 77 is a good score, this was in a tournament, and I don't even know what place I got. I've only been playing for 1 month so if 77 was really a bad score, don't laugh at me lol.

  2. Thanks Pete. Set up is something that I have always had a bit of trouble with because my right arm hangs about 1 1/2 inches lower then my left because of having snapped the tendons in my shoulder when I was 15 yrs old (a fair few yrs ago now). Makes me feel as if I need to move the ball further back. Does that make sense and sound right to you?

  3. Nice and something I had not noticed in my own swing till I watched this vid and clearly explains why I have been having some contact issues I had done exactly the same driver with stance with a 9 iron 🤦🏼‍♂️ crazy how these things creep in . Thanks Pete

  4. Some great instruction there Pete.
    Taken on board and will be trying out at next range visit.

  5. After 20 years off of golfing I'm having to re-learn most of the basics. I can feel a little bit of the talent still there but there is NO consistency; this is where you have helped greatly. Thanks again bud.