ONE LEG DRILL UPDATE-PURE POWER!

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Scott Narasaki

Shawn,
The one leg drill is awesome. The increased balance in my swing has me hitting more solid shots. I love that balanced finish and the effortless power I feel. One unexpected result was this seems to have eliminated my occasional shank.
Thanks!

hetlangeveld@gmail.com

hi shawn, not a comment on the one leg drill, but only on the way i see savannah swinging. It is about the quick change of direction at the top of the backswing, together with a turn of the wrist. It gives a crisp contact so i know and distance. In my change to your swing , to create structure at the top, which makes it even possible to stop at the top, might have made me to rigid in the wrist, although many times i strike the ball very well . Quick move or not ,comparing your swing and savannah s swing, is there happening something special with the wrist at the top ?

jim@sherblon.com

Wow! Tried this at the range today. Mid-iron shots on one leg were nailing the pin. I would three or four shots on one leg then go to both legs, but the dispersion was not nearly as good using both legs. I’ll keep up the drill. Any additional advice on going from the one leg drill to both legs?

joeo1994@gmail.com

terrific instruction and drills. Question before you start down are you squatting down to be able to push of the ground as you do on the 2 legged swing?

Shawn Clement

Yes, you bet! This is the way the body engages to get through the ball!

Michael Vinton

Hi Shawn… I use the feet together drill often while warming up. I have also used the one-legged drill when I start to have trouble with swaying into the ball. Recently I heard Say suggest a narrower stance might be of help. I have gone to a 12″ to 14″ width stance on most of the irons. For some odd reason, I feel more stable and centered with this stance. Is there a long term problem with using a narrow stance or putting the feet closer together in a match where we might be struggling with location?

mike mccracken

Shawn another outstanding video lesson! I discovered my weight shift was causing me to shift off the ball. I did the one leg drill on range and the feel helped me sort that out. Wow what a difference in contact. This with throwing the club might be the best two drills for us typical weekend warriors! Thanks!

larry@gpscapitalusa.com

Thanks Shawn… The Drone Footage was AWESOME…in particular captures what it looks like to stay centered which I have been working on this week so very timely video. BEST PART WAS… WATCHING THE BILL OF YOUR GOLF CAP in particular in slow motion and how long that Cap 🧢 stays behind the ball after the club face passes through the ball and stays there until the shoulder pulls it into the finish. Drone footage is extremely helpful and YES… YOU ARE… TEACHING WISDOM. THANKS

JOHN KANE MD

Any changes with driver or fairway woods ?

tftaz@cox.net

I think this is another timely video…access to that front foot is key to what I’m working on. At 12:30 mark you made an adjustment in the knee and shoulder as part of getting behind the ball. Why did you do that? Was it to get the weight on the inside front foot? You also asked if it was forcing him to the left. Was that part of being in a draw setup? Keep up the good work and it is really helpful seeing you work through adjustments with your co-stars!

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