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Great Lag Drill For More Power In The Golf Swing

PGA Golf Professional Andy Proudman Explains of what lag is in the golf swing with a simple drill to help maintain lag, leading to more consistent and powerful golf shots.

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Meandmygolf says:

Hi, thanks for your comment. It is slightly different with your driver as we don't create as much shaft lean at impact and we aren't trying the ball the turf. Although we still want to create lag I wouldn't actually think about it with your driver as it can lead to directional issues. I would definitely work more on direction with the driver which will be down to swing plane or face position.

Ron Judd says:

Please comment on this idea from a friend:

"That's ok if one has a large thumb yield.Most big hitters can bend their left thumb back to an acute angle in relation to their left forearm."

Meandmygolf says:

The left thumb has very little to do with it. It is the mobility and strength in the wrists. For the left thumb to move, it would have to come off the club.

Meandmygolf says:

Great. Glad this has helped!

Fluffaluffigas says:

Hey Andy, its probably a lot harder, but is it the same for the driver? Thanks!

Japan International Trade says:

LAG DOES NOT GIVE YOU MORE POWER FFS

reelyu says:

what a difference this makes to your game when done correctly!! Keeping this in the swing consistently is hardto maintain although you do know when you have done it right!!

thegolfingmachine says:

Lag in the golfswing is the load in the shaft, is all about storing the potential and not necessary to be visible by our naked eyes.  As long as you can drag the shaft forward and the mass of the clubhead is lagging behind.. that's lag.  Lag is not a shape of holding on to your wrist and arm.  In TGM, one of the imperative is CLUBHEAD LAG pressure, and not about holding on to your wrist and arm.
Kenny PGA GSEM

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Bobby says:

Great video, this was very helpful thank you for your time…

Dtyler171 says:

My numbers are all right around tour average, except driver SS, which can hit up to 120 mph, and I don't hold the lag. Does that mean I would be a LDA professional if I held the lag? 

sonicdeviant says:

Can't hold or retain lag. It's the end…not the means. The best thing you said that will help naturally create lag is to lead with the body.

Zero Labs says:

Perfect example of why NOT to wear your cell phone while recording a video with a wireless mic.

Ian Shepherd says:

Played 9 holes yesterday grip helped a lot now I need more power I'm striking the ball well but need a bit more power and I think slowly incorporating this will really help. Thanks again MeandMyGolf!

Joseph Powers says:

Should this technique also be used for long irons (i.e. 3, 4, or 5). Thanks, Andy. Love the videos.

spriggo786 says:

change the title to "how to shank" plz

Jordon Moore says:

Just Andy, no Peirce? :/ In any case thank you both for all the content/information.

Darcy C says:

I got these golf swing secrets “kaha shocking guide” (Google it), read it in one night, and the following day at the driving range put it into practice. After making a solid impact, I attained correct divots with my irons. I was hitting about 10-15 yards farther with my irons than I was used to. I strongly recommend the book to you!

Eka E says:

I`ve been a golf player for Seven years and there are a few lessons that I have got. After studying these golf swing secrets “kaha shocking guide” (Google it), I shot a 75 after 2 buckets working on the ideas introduced in this book, particularly the grip section, the ball position and most significantly the through swing drills. I was a Thirteen handicap, however it is dropping. This guide is brilliant!

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