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Lee Hyok Jin

Hi Shawn
This video/series was what I needed. I was on the verge of giving up on this swing because I kept hitting a extremely low pull hook or completely blocked it to the right.

Previously I seemed to have this notion that I must not use the hands to release. So I used to have a neutral grip, bowed wrist and turned my body to square up the face. Although I had some success with this swing, because I am a weekend golfer, I had some consistency issues, especially when my body felt stiff. Having said that, this notion definitely prevented me from properly executing the swing that you preach. I seemed to have so much tension in the wrist which led to me dragging the handle across the body (i.e. chicken wing) causing a massive slice. Another issue I had from my previous golf notion was that when I wanted to send it further, I seemed to bow the wrist just before starting the down swing, causing a pull/hook.

Fortunately I watched this series last Sunday morning, before going to play in the afternoon. I was able to relax and slow down the swing and properly clear the body so that the arms could naturally release (with a little help from the hands/wrists). I was so surprised that on my first attempt I bombed my drive on the fairway with less effort. I was able to replicate the swing (although on a few occasions, the previous notion sometimes messed with the task at hand) throughout the round.

However, I have a question. Although I am hitting the ball about the same distance, if not a little bit longer, with less effort, I want to hit it further. I get that we need to use 1-2 effort out of 10 but how can I add more speed, hence distance, without over exerting/straining the swing motion?

I know it’s a long comment but I was excited about this new swing that I wanted to share my experience.


Hi Shawn, I was using the throw the club task for my golf trip this past weekend and I was hitting some incredible shots with a lot of gains in distance. However, I did have some short circuits of rushing the throw which caused me to thin the ball, pushing down on the club which caused poor strikes or fat shots, blocks and major pushes. For each shot, I felt like I was focused on the task of throwing the club in the direction I wanted and predicting the ball was in the way but something did cause me to short circuit and I lose some confidence when I’m so inconsistent. I feel like this task is the one I want to stick with but how can I get more consistent and tighten up my misses?

Shawn Clement

Combine this with “blur of club” and the “arc blur unstoppable momentum” series; you will use a nice base of momentum to throw through the arc-blur and into the direction (right or left) of the intermediate point (depending on fade or draw) that you want to start the ball. Also the 2 tee drill is awesome. This will get you precise “extended direction” past the ball for better contact and direction. Also keep an eye on your tilt with “tilt mile markers” and “head and hip swivel”

Michael Sneddon

For this (and throwing the club videos) do you think practicing by throwing a ball (or something else) down your target line in a side arm/under arm kind of throw would help get the right feeling?

I’d love to go and throw clubs but live in a city, so not many places to do it – however, I can throw a mean sock at the wall anytime!

Shawn Clement

Hey Michael! Yes, have a look at the “throwing series” where we talk about a nice side arm-submarine throw for shortstop to first base.

Phillip Robinson

I’m getting blisters on my hand, worn grips, and gloves. Any recommended videos to help?

Shawn Clement

It’s the worn grips that are the first concern; get those done first; then see “stop destroying your golf glove shawn clement” on youtube; and then “grip and grip part 2” and then really important, all the release videos” here on premium. When both grip and release work well, there are NO BLISTERS. 👍👌

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