Using Ground Pressure In The Golf Swing – With James Goddard

Using Ground Pressure In The Golf Swing – With James Goddard

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16 Comments

  1. Peter finch your looking very well and young that wellness Wednesday thing on being healthy must be paying ofd

  2. You make the golf swing sound to scientific, it's not. Your weight moves back on the backswing and forward on the downswing. Learn from the strike from there.

  3. I found this informative. For example the causes for blocks and hooks. Especially when swinging from uphill lies into uphill greens I might push into front leg too much for some peculiar reason and blocs and hooks might surprise. Maybe hitting a fade would be easier to adjust when hitting a little bit upwards and perhaps a ball a little bit further would not make you push too much against the slope?

  4. Good job on the video James. Glad to hear the Quest channel will be getting more regular coaching content in the future!

  5. Good video there. Informative and helpful.
    Happy to see some teaching stuff from you online James! And great to hear that the Quest channel will be revived soon!

  6. I thought the butt of the club should point towards the ball when starting the down swing.

  7. Great vlog, James! I liked how you provided checkpoints. I'm not overly technical with my swing, but it's nice to have such checkpoints to troubleshoot swing problems. Thx!

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