Real Golf Swing Review: Transition

In this golf swing review, we focus on the transition phase of the swing with one of Robert Merrill’s professional golfers. This is a critical phase of the swing, and one that can get off track for golfers of all skill levels.

Reblogged 8 months ago from www.youtube.com

7 Comments

  1. really a lot of talk and details but, very little actual useful info especially comparing to your previous videos that have a lot of instructional purpose

  2. I personally like the downhill move to the left, but have watched a lot of George Gankas recently. From the little I’ve watched, his players seem to rotate early from top with a late push left with extension.

    I’d love to see one of his models on Gears. His players seem to be very athletic and the swing is very appealing to my eye…not sure if I would be capable of his motion.

    Any thoughts or comments would be appreciated… Thanks!

  3. Another great video and thank you for making this information available! It might be interesting to show an actual lesson when working on this concept.
    Jim

  4. Listen again because I heard that that are saying that the “how” is several ways: 1) get your pressure )right early in BS. 2) gentle drift left pressure while keeping the club head above the head and shoulders until the front arm gets to parallel 3) rotate as fast as you can.

  5. Awesome set of videos over the last few days went to the range today and implemented some of the info, the best I could, and wow is all I can say.

  6. Thanks for another awesome video.
    For driver, moving mass and pressure left, I end up hitting down on the ball. What am I doing wrong would you say?