golfimpactShiftswingweight golf swing May 20, 2017 14 Comments GOLF SWING WEIGHT SHIFT AND IMPACT admin http://www.facebook.com/meandmygolf http://www.twitter.com/memygolf Reblogged 5 months ago from www.youtube.com Share! >>>Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... admin 14 Comments That was one of your best lessons yet Good stuff, but this audio echo is driving me mad. A good drill for weight shift/ shaft lean is to hit balls off your front foot. If you don't shift your weight substantially forward on the downswing you'll miss the ball. Once you get the feel then just move the ball back to normal Thanks for the tips! Quick question tho, how would you adjust this for driver and woods/hybrids? And maybe even driving irons? Won't doing this drill make you lunge forward with your upper body? Should the head and torso stay back when you hit the ball or do you let move towards the target as well? Thanks as always a great video Something's happened to the sound of your videos recently. Some echo in there. Rather disturbing on otherwise excellent videos. I think, Richards problem is, that he is a hip spinner and so his arm get stucked behind his body. I´m not sure, that weight shift helps him. great video. piers looks like dr cox from scrubs. there, i said it. Guys all u said was put the ball forward in the stance to a guy that puts the ball back in his stance to band aid his ground b4 ball striking. How about addressing his weight shift issue? Have the guy set up in a reverse K setup or something. U honestly showed nothing in helping this guys weight shift issue. I agree with Colby… By changing the ball position, won't this affect the path of the golf swing? Piers always sounds like C-3PO when the audio gets doubled! 🙂 He is fluent in over six million forms of communication. Great video, thanks guys. Could you kindly answer a question. At impact should there be less distance between the right knee and left leg compared to address? I am currently practising getting to impact with the correct weight shift and getting the heel of my right foot off the ground. I want to make sure I am practising it correctly. At address the distance from my right knee to the middle of my left leg is about 40cm. At impact it is more like 30cm. Is that too much kicking in of the right knee or is that ok? Thanks.