Golf Swing Sequence Part 1 – The One Piece Takeaway

Golf One Piece Takeaway – start your golf swing correctly.
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If you can start each swing along the right path, keeping the club in a good position early on, there’s a much greater chance that the rest of your backswing will follow that good path — and that in turn will promote a good downswing and a solid, straight strike on the golf ball.

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26 Comments

  1. Glad you liked this video, Thanks.
    Please check out free-online-golf-tips for more.
    Regards Pete

  2. Thanks for these videos Pete. They really helped me also and I look forward to more great instruction.

  3. Pete, saw you on a course vlog with Rick Shiels and 2 other pros…I was impressed with your game and thought I'd check out your instruction videoes. WOW!  without doubt the most concise step by step instruction I've seen!!!!  THANK YOU!!!

  4. I've always struggled with moving away or swaying away from the ball on the takeaway and I've found that imagining my hips pushing forward while im taking the club back and concentrating on keeping my spine/head in the same alignment helps get me wound nicely around my axis of rotation and ample space to pull my hands into the slot

  5. Brilliant instruction, these tips have helped so much to reduce my handicap as a better golfer

  6. Thx Pete. This one lil tidbit really helped my backswing and improved my ball striking consistency.

  7. Thank you very much, your lesson has fixed my swing and i am just smoking the ball. My takeaway was very very faulty but now its on the right track. Once again, thank you very much. 

  8. Thanks Pete Due to a combination of you videos my swing and golf in general have improved by 8 shots on average and I'm still improving  Thanks again

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