GOLF BACKSWING AND DOWNSWING DRILL

This golf lesson aims to improve your backswing and downswing with a simple drill that has been working so well for my clients this week.

If you struggle to turn the body correctly through the golf swing, whether that be poor hip turn, lifting up and down…all of which causes a loss of consistency and power then I hope this golf instructional video will help.

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I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

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16 Comments

  1. Hi Danny, that's the right video that I would like to ask you …It comes right on time !!!😻😍 Hope it helps me to swing better and for David as well. Until next Sunday 🍀Merci

  2. Great video thanks. Something that has been confusing me for a long time is the swing plane. It is sppears from this video that the plane is NOT parallel to the shat which is what I have always thought and never been able to achieve. Is that correct?

  3. Great lesson Danny – a really useful drill, many thanks.  Like others,  I really look forward to your weekly lessons which have made a big positive difference to my consistency.

  4. Love this Danny looks so simple but i can see how this can really work especially for me. Just need it to stop pouring down with rain now so i can get stuck in. As always thx for making the effort

  5. Enjoyed your videos Danny, been a very poor year is that video certainly is me down to the tee any suggestions for winter training now that the dark nights are approaching is there any suggestions of any drills that could be done at home. Keep up the good work

  6. Bradha Dan — thank you. Again, another common sense, muscle-memory, easy for an old man like me to get. Looking forward to practicing in the back yard (with kids laughing, of course) and hitting the range. As a beginner, nice to learn the correct way the first time around. Rich

  7. Hi Danny, your lessons are so common sense and easy to perform, please keep them coming. Tom in North Carolina