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Hand path in the golf swing

The hand path of the best golfers in the world at different points in the downswing.

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Golf Geek says:

Nice vid I'll give that a try ????????

LockeyArmy says:

this looks brilliant, i really struggle with this i will definitely be trying this tomorrow thanks nick!

the links lizard says:

Good one nick well explain. Do you know any certified stack and tilt instructors in ireland keep up the good work

the links lizard says:

thanks for the reply nick

the links lizard says:

thanks for the reply nick

Jaemin Lee says:

Nick love the videos keep up the good work, got to know who sings that song…..

Patrick Danks says:

this video has helped me a lot. thankyou nick

Patrick Danks says:

this video has helped me a lot. thankyou nick

Patrick Danks says:

this video has helped me a lot. thankyou nick

Miguel Angel Abad Herrero says:

Thank you Nick. Can I ask a question please. when you do that swing, do you think about your hip movement? thank you in advance.

Rob Belford says:

seems like a really short back swing is it the same with all clubs, really enjoying your videos, thanks.

Chris Koumas says:

Thanks Nick great video. I have started to work on transitioning my swing using a stack & tilt method. Been watching all of your videos :)
I have started to hit the ball really well. Have you done a video on the grip? Thanks again I appreciate all your work.

Chris Koumas says:

Thanks Nick I appreciate it.

gabrielle aujard says:

This concept looks easy so far

mike p says:

Why aren't any of these pros on the tour? ….

Colin White says:

Hi Nick this video has really helped me a lot especially the knee flex part I feel I turn a lot better as a result thanks a lot

IAN NONHEBEL says:

Am working on arms straight. looking at your swing you appear to cock early using your right hand to pull the club into position at the top as you turn keeping as wide as possible. Am I right? Not sure whether you raise your arm up slightly as you pull the club up to the top with your right hand.

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