Stop Over Swinging The Golf Club

PGA Golf Professional Andy Proudman talks about how to stop your over swing.
http://www.facebook.com/meandmygolf
http://www.twitter.com/memygolf

Reblogged 2 weeks ago from www.youtube.com

12 Comments

  1. I've been a lifetime overswinger and this tip really helped me out a lot, I still get the club a little past parallel but that's more because I still let my left arm break a bit but the improvement has been dramatic. 

    The kicker … my wife a beginner was getting frustrated and giving up on golf until she saw me working on this drill and it's made a huge impact for her as well! She wasn't overswinging but the wrist set really seemed to calm her swing down a lot and you should have seen the smile on her face when she boomed a 175yd drive down the fairway, awesome tip guys.

  2. Been struggling with a long backswing for so long. Looking at a video of myself from earlier today, this tip really seems to pinpoint my problem. Can't wait to get back out and try this. Thank you!

  3. Great advice… Used it in a practice session today to work on my over swing. My only issue is that when I take the club back, because I'm focusing on getting the wrist hinge, I tend to suck it inside a bit instead of maintaining my out-to-in swing shape. Do you have any suggestions for that?

  4. Best tip I have seen in a while!I have taken numerous lessons with PGA pros, to shorten my back swing and none of them mentioned this.
    Thank you very much.

  5. I'm having a different problem. I over rotate but my left arm is not collapsing and my wrist seems to be hinged properly. I'm just past parallel with my club pointing slightly to the right.

%d bloggers like this: