LEVERAGE IN RELEASE – OFF SEASON TRAINING (4)

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Todd Zimmerman

When hitting a tennis ball or throwing a football, I can add speed with my arms over and above just momentum or the kinetic chain, depending on the shot or throw I want to make. The three of you appear to be adding little or no extra effort or speed with the arms. Appearances in the golf swing can be deceiving. Are you adding independent arm speed or effort? Do you feel like you are doing so?

klh7@psu.edu

Love this series. Where can I learn about the trap draw that Sav refers to in the video?

mslu62@gmail.com

There is something in my swing that has been troubling me. If you observe the 90° left arm club shaft relationship of any pga tour pro the 90° angle is maintained well into the downswing. It is maintained to a point until the hands reach the trail thigh. I have also noticed tour pros have much greater shaft lean thru the collection area. This would explain that low ball flight that pros have when compared to amateurs. I don’t believe I am casting but I am surely lacking this arm clubshaft relationship which all good ballstrikers achieve. I am hitting very solid repeatable shots but I feel there is more power to be gained. After closely watching this video I feel this has been confirmed.
Thank yinz #1

golfingoat23@gmail.com

This is magic! I’ve always felt like the one handed move hitting the tee is a great reminder of just letting my hand-eye coordination (athleticism) take over! I try to do this while waiting on the tee box just to remind me of everything you presented in this golden video!

Michael Vinton

Hey Shawn. Thanks for another great video. I’m a lefty and have been fiddling with my setup , maybe a little too much. I notice that Sav has her hands/club unit leaning forward significantly. Is that the recommended lean. Some teach that the setup should be a straight line. I’m a 10 handicap and I’m struggling with my irons. I’m inconsistant in finding the green on my second shot and I think this is a big reason why.

Shawn Clement

Hi Michael! The key is to GET READY TO PERFORM A SPECIFIC TASK INTO A SPECIFIC DIRECTION. Some have and need stronger grips than others and this will affect the “look” of the set up at address. What Savy is doing is getting ready to throw her club through the arc-blur into the direction she want to start the ball. Can you see that her body language is facilitating this readiness to deliver that way?

Michael Vinton

Thank you Shawn. That makes sense and I just went and practiced with your advice in mind. May I ask, does Sav set here club in alignment first and then get ready by moving her hands forward? I ask because the club head opens with the forward lean. Does it close to its original position through the arc?

c.reichholf85@gmail.com

Hi Shawn.

Again an awesome video.
In the moment with mile markes and staying balanced the consitency goes through the roof.
I have a different question though. How much does the temperature affect the distance?
I built a little driving range at my company i work. It has a roof, but it is outside. The temperatures are now close to zero, and my distance drops dramatically. It is measured by my swing caddy. My club headspeed is the same, but it shows way less carry. For example my 8 iron with about 80-82 mph swing speed shows, at the cool temperatures, just 120 – 125 m carry. Normally it is about 145 m carry. That is normally my PW. It this legit?

yours Christoph

Shawn Clement

Hi Christoph! Yes! The temperature where the ball goes best begins at 77 F or about 23 degrees Celsius. Close to 0 will definitely have an impact on distance as the ball will not compress and release off the face as quickly! Also, slightly off centre strikes will even be worse too!

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