Golf Swing Drills Lesson | Hammer Concept To Improve Impact And Connection With Tony Luczak

Golf Swing Lesson | Hammer Concept For Great Impact And Connection With Tony Luczak
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This golf lesson from Tony Luczak introduces you to the concept of a hammer and how it teaches you how impact position for golf ball consistent and powerful contact.

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  1. I love this concept, the ball is the nail and the club is the hammer.
    let your brain do its thing and just hit it
    Or have i totally misunderstood everything lol. (wouldn`t be the first time)

  2. Tony,
    Can you explain how you shallow the shaft? I know you emphasize the right wrist, but I'm feeling like that gets me steep where the bowed left wrist like mcilroy seems to keep me perfect every time.

    I noticed as I tried to go harder, the consistency was lost with the right wrist and arm emphasis. This introduced the big uncontrollable hooks whereas bowed lead wrist keeps me square always. Also creates better compression and better acceleration through impact.

    Appreciate if you could do a video elaborating on your full swing from setup to grip to follow through. I'm curious if this is a better feel for a particular swing flaw versus a way to go for most.

  3. I've had the privilege of taking lessons from Allen Miller, who according to Dave Pelz was the 2nd straightest hitter in the history of the PGA tour when he played. He taught, almost to the letter, what you are espousing in your videos. He teaches much like you did with Ray in the BBG video, by making him answer the questions you asked of him.

  4. tony, i went thru nick faldo's book a few years ago and thats how he discribed wrist hinge. right wrist folding back on itself. i'll have to give it a try again tomorrow. i've always felt it made a lot of sense and simpler. club doesn't open so much. thnx steve

  5. this is a great way to look at it, seems more instinctive. i worked for a power company my hole life and for some of our pole attatchments we used these 1/2x 4" lags that we drove in with a 2lb hammer. it took a fair amount force and i would use a golf like grip to give it some good wacks and a side type swing just like your idea. i do use this idea at times for golf and it works good. thnx tony

  6. tony one more thing, when i use the hammer swing i sort of put my mind in the club head not the hands so much and return to the ball. the ball becomes the target of my swing and strike.

  7. One contradictory tip that has had me confused was the way the wrists are meant to hinge. If you were in your address position some say you hinge up and down as if you were to try and hit the centre of your forehead with the toe of the clubface. That never made sense to me and I was afraid to do it your way which is the conclusion I came to which made sense for me because it was "unconventional". That's the only way I can square the face