Golf Swing Turn: How Your Shoulders Really Move

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In this golf lesson, Shawn Clement from Wisdom in Golf shares some insights why how you are being taught the golf swing is killing you, your swing and your scores. It’s time to end the frustration! This is why the why the Senior Golf Swing System had to be created. Teaming ups with The art of Simple Golf to create a comprehensive golf swing for over 50’s and senior golfers.

It’s still perfect for any golfer, but hose who are wise will heed this advice. Here Shawn Clement shares a simple golf swing instruction avoidance tip to get more golf swing speed and golf power. To have a good golf swing you need. Stability, balance, natural mechanics, simple thoughts. And when you use velocity, sequence and use the ground correctly in the golf swing you can achieve all of these a lot easier. Come and learn more and see our resources to help you increase your distances, improve consistency and lower golf scores here http://www.theartofsimplegolf.com/

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2 Comments

  1. Thanks for the excellent video. Looking forward to getting back out there. Set back by lead arm tennis (outer) elbow. Love to see some videos on treatment and prevention of tennis elbow. Cheers!

  2. This is such a different technic compared to other golftechnics but you are good at it. Its a choice people have to make. The difference with other technics is: no internal hip rotation and no side bent. In stead there is just a pelvis turn and tilt of the body to the right. He uses nature's forces, which are very reliable, to make it work. That doesn't mean other technics don't use nature's forces but just in a different way.