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HaHo says:

Terms we amateurs focus on like creating 'lag' and 'weight shift' I think are a red herrings, as they are achieved, not through conscious thought but are merely a bi product of a good swing.

Alex Pohorily says:

Thanks for the video

brianreis08 says:

Great video. I often find myself out of rhythm when I'm playing. But I'll keep this in mind. Thanks bro

David Ciccoritti says:

Too funny. That's exactly what I was working on at the range today :-)

Tony Rock says:

Appreciate the time and effort Pete! Today my shots had a better consistency to them and I didn't top the ball once! Your video helped me. Thanks again.

titan90000 says:

This is so true recently I have had a ton of swing thoughts in my head and have been playing like crap, pushing the ball with every club.

Today Mizuno was having a fitting at a local course and I was freaking out that I was going to be hitting it so bad that I was going to get fit for the wrong club and shaft. So when I was fitted today I relaxed and just swung the club. And boom hitting it good again!

There is so much out there it can be information overload. Sometimes you just need to relax and just enjoy this game. It can be frustrating enough without us trying to complecate it even more.

SatsumaBomb says:

I've been working on a smooth easy swing; bit like yours Pete and I must say it's been brilliant.

mpbyrne says:

Im going to try this. Just finished 2 golf tours recently and played like a busted arse most days. Was solid on the range and only shot 1 day at sub 80, the rest were over 90. Just could not find my swing once i played a few ordinary holes. Thanks for the tip!

Ian Armstrong says:

I needed this video! Played great for the last 3/4 weeks. Last two rounds I've been swinging the club like a maniac! Cheers Pete!

Bao Ho says:

Thanks for the great advice Pete!

Rick Howarth says:

Are you wearing black so you could sneak in during the night, get some sleep you nutter, actually don't, keep these coming. Cheers.

Stephane Gauthier says:

great timing Pete. I've had three bad rounds in a row where I suffered from terrible tempo (happens way too often sadly.) I rush from down from the top in a 1-2 type of swing. Find myself hanging back as a result. I need to ingrain a small pause at the top (1-2-3) and maybe then the weight transfer will happen a bit more naturally/smoothly.
You're definitely a great tempo model to us all. 
Keep up the excellent work.

Jason Fisher says:

Great video Pete, you make it look so easy, I'm playing again tomorrow and I will give this ago before hand. I do over think things about my swing but my biggest problem is I just crumble when things go wrong why I don't know I go to the first tee and it is a hit and hope please go down the middle if it does I shoot in the low 80s if it don't lucky to break a 100, I know that's golf but have you any suggestions to help me get through this. Thanks

Lee Lawson says:

This is what I have been working on prior to watching this video and has been helping my striking a lot and my Rhythm which I always struggle with

Nigel Day says:

Excellent video , thank you Pete

Tony Atkinson says:

Hey Pete well explained I think this is what I just need to do.. keep up the good work!!

crosswire7777 says:

Found this channel from the shiels vs me and my golf matches. Great advice and I can tell you this works as Ive discovered this on my own accord at the range. Subscribed!

Corey Hawley says:

Great content!

Neill Hobson says:

Hi Peter, as always thank you for the videos. One thing with this one however, i tried this and unfortunately for me it has turned into a too large slide with my hips. I am also struggling with the sensation of turning my hips, which of course is linked. Do i try and straighten the left leg to promote the hip turn??

Dylan Carton says:

Pete I'd like to say how much this video has helped me. My ball striking and rhythm returned very quickly and I'm playing better,
so I'd just like to say thank you and keep up the great work you are doing

Brad Neal says:

The video i needed to see, thanks so much peter, you are the best golf instructor on youtube by far

Joel Nicholls says:

Hi Peter. Thanks for all your videos. They really help. Especially the ones about forgetting a bad shot. I've been told that my backswing is too fast. Is there any drill  that I could do to slow that down and still get power through the shot?

Glen Barker says:

Have to say this helped a lot, slowed down almost counting a 3:1 tempo in my head,  helped me keep it on plane eliminate the slice and get a more consistent strike. Cheers +Peter Finch Golf great video!

Kristján Hjelm says:

Absolutely brilliant. Changed a lot for me.


Thanks for the advice Pete, i've been struggling with my tempo especially my balance through my swing. I usually hit them well and straight at first and then start to lose my rhythm causing my ball to slice a lot. i'm yet to try this at the range, but i knew all along it had something to do with my balance but just didn't know any drills to fix it.

Coleman Wolf says:

thanks man, turning my hips through made my swing alot smoother

Anderson McCant says:

Wow… I've never heard it explained so simple. The visual was excellent. I tried it and shot 78 (usually shoot around 82-86). Thanks for sharing this valuable information freely.

Chris Barker says:

Love the video! I'm working on my tempo, I tend to swing way too fast! I notice after impact I quit turning my hips, any drills or tips? Thanks

Malcolm A. says:

My game recently went belly up; turned out I was overthinking about 80% of it.
Watching this video and then using the advice put me back on the road to playing like I used to.
Many thanks Peter!

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