The only golf drill you will ever need to improve your takeaway in your golf swing. The correct golf takeaway will help you achieve a backswing that gives you the best opportunity to square up the club face at impact.

In this weeks golf lesson you will learn in my opinion the only golf drill you will ever need to make that first move perfect.

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Thanks for stopping by. I created this website as a resource just for you to support you on your golfing journey as I know how tricky learning this game can be…to say the least!

I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

On YouTube and my personal website ( I will bring you the most up to date training, training that is getting tangible results for my clients right now. I don’t know where you are in your golfing journey, you could be just starting out or maybe your body isn’t as flexible as it once was or you’ve got ambitions to slash your handicap. Wherever you are I’ve created a place here you can learn, share your ideas, ask questions and get all the support you need to enjoy this great game.

Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

I’ve had the pleasure of coaching thousands of students all around the world and if you are up for the challenge and are ready to get in the game…LETS GO TO WORK!


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  1. With that drill im trying to simplify my swing but also trying to regain way more length.ive tried using different golf balls

  2. I don't even play golf. Used to, but frustration and unbridled rage caused me to take my clubs to the local recycling centre. Still love to watch the game though including great tutorials like this. Makes me think maybe I could give it another bash. Maybe when I retire.

  3. I really, really like this drill. As someone with a long-standing tendency to open the clubface on the backswing, this really helps me get back to square on the downswing. Thanks!

  4. Danny, I really appreciate your golf instruction. It’s one of the best on YouTube. Simple instructions yet so effective. Thanks again!

  5. Thanks for the tips and vids danny keep up the good work. Simple instructional content thats easy to follow and work on. This is something ive struggled with for a while so will give this method a go tomorrow!

  6. Mahalo Braddha Dan. As I used to tell my (now 10 years old daughter) easy-peesy-chicken-squeezie. Seriously though, and I think I speak for a lot of guys my age (53) and just now learning the game. We've forgotten what we learned when we we played little league in the 1970s. Good hitting and pitching was the result of basic muscle movement — muscle memory. I mean anyone can pick up a bat and swing it, but great hitters — like great golfers — are very efficient in their movements. We all started not trying to hit home runs or throw 90 mph. My coaches wanted easy contact, open the hips, the bat would slightly lag and come around with power. Same as pitching — throw strikes — and use your body as one big lever. You can do neither if your body does not move in motion like golf. Basics basics basics. I'd rather strike the ball well, consistently now and increase power as my swing become more efficient than kill the ball 10% of the time and go 300 yards like a lot of these young guys. Cheers.

  7. All good stuff Danny but if i was your Dad i would stop your pocket money for not showing me the drill earlier 😀

  8. I like the one using a drill stick on the arm to prevent forearm roll, that's the best for me