THE BASICS OF THE HIP ROTATION IN SLOW MOTION THROUGH THE GOLF SWING

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17 Comments

  1. Do you prefer the rear leg retain some bend in it at the top or can one also straighten the rear leg to the top, which increases right hip range of motion? In other words, can the rear hip turn too much and cause downswing problems?

  2. Very helpful as always Russ! It seems as though there is an ever so slight lateral movement towards the target on the initial weight shift then a turn back of the left hip. Is this correct?

  3. You answered my prior question perfectly. For a beginner and senior citizen- which technique would you recommend-slight shift to load or no shift? This has been extremely helpful as there is all sorts of contradictory teaching on Youtube.

  4. I had these hip tips in mind at the range today and delighted to report that I hit the ball better than I ever have…I even managed to draw the golf ball which is has been pretty much impossible until now. Thanks for this series it's been a real eye opener for me.👏👏👍🏻

  5. Superb again Russell as usual make everything so clear I'm Scott from Glasgow and a high handicaper but watching you i feel I could go out tomorrow and tear it up I know it's not that simple but mentally I'm so more positive cheers 👍🏻👍🏻

  6. Russell Amazing! 2 weeks ago, you promised a video that would end early extension in the backswing. This is it I finally have solved a once permanent problem. My legit P.B. of +15 is going down in 2019 thank you

  7. Great to see the slo-mo Russell, would love to see a top tracer of your actual shots!! Top instruction, my strike had improved so much since following you, keep it coming geeza!!👍👍👍

  8. I have working on this very thing, so watching your video was helpful in showing me more about the proper hip turn. My question is how to control the degree of hip turn. Taking it back until I feel fully turned at the hip is fine, but that varies with your individual flexibility. Is there an actual degree of turn goal? Basic instruction usually calls for a rule of thumb of approximately 45 degrees and 90 degrees for the shoulders. Any thoughts are just go with what I feel to be fully coiled?

  9. Hi great vid again I turn fine but when I turn the hip on down swing I seem to take club on out side and pull the ball or knowing where I am try to square the face resulting in a slice help me feel like giving up !!!
    play of 9 hcp so as you can imagine scramble well but would rather hit the right shot thank Russell

  10. Hey Russell I love how you break everything down. It works and is easy to understand. Can you touch on touch on your thoughts on the golf swing when you don’t have a lot of mobility? I still have a 104 mph golf swing but I lack mobility and I can’t get to all the positions. Thank you

  11. One thing that’s very clear in this video is the way your arms work as a unit with no interference from your upper body, because it’s moved out of the way. A lot of us keep too much pressure

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