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Scott Narasaki

I am so glad I found this video. I really had a problem swinging freely on the course. After watching this video, the very next round, the difference was unbelievable. My swing was effortless and tension free. What an enjoyable way to play this game.

Shawn, great stuff you’re awesome. I’m looking for a video I watched awhile back where you talked about RIBS – Rythmn Impact Balance and Strain I can’t find it can you help me out please? Thank you JD

Thank you!

Shawn, this 1-2-3 drill really helped me to focus on the task and when I’m able to do it with a ball in front of me, the results are amazing. However, most of the time, when I place that ball in front of me, the task seems to become “hit the ball”. The results are all over the place. Do you have any suggestions on how to perform the same effortless swing when I put the ball in front of me? Maybe I should close my eyes.

Hi Shawn,

Are you putting the ball on the tee? Or are you putting it right in front?
Love this drill, can’t wait to get to the range to try it ou!

I must be a slow learner because as much as I try to let it all go, on the course I tend to try to steer the ball. This was me yesterday, then I finally remembered this drill. I went from being even with my playing partners on drives to being 35 – 40 yards past them. And went from pull hooks to straight down the fairway. Even out driving their drivers with my 3 wood. I have to double-down on trusting this lesson, it works.

I’m totally a single digit handicap on the driving range then I will get to about the 4th or 5th hole and boom I’m a 10 handicap again.

Sometimes when I do the third throw I am hitting big pulls to the left and my right shoulder comes over the top. I am probably deferring to the ball, any further thoughts

I can “open the machine” up with the driver and produce adequate results. But with the irons, I need to move my left butt/hip first to start the swing to produce adequate results. My golf IQ is IM a right-handed golfer and I can shoot legitimate boogie golf off the gold tees for 9 holes. If I really “open the machine”, unless I really concentrate not to, I will come down like a mad lumberjack trying to chop a cannonball into two pieces. :>

Is it ok to “open the machine up” starting with my right butt/hip area?

Thanks Shawn! I’m one hour away from teeing off in big tournament, and this pre-shot routine is exactly what I needed! I tend to be too careful / steer the ball / worry about making mistakes. I’ll let it all go this morning!

Thank you so very much. This is just what I needed. I used this preshot routine during my last round of golf and it really made the difference. It is easy to produce great shots on the range but on the golf course it is harder. I have bee searching for a drill or routine to help me stay focused on the task and this was it!
I have been following your teaching for three years now and with the help of your videos I have dropped my handicap from 12 to 8. There is still room for improvement, though. My goal is to be able to play sub 80 rounds on a regular basis. I appreciate your knowledge of the anatomy and the physiologically sound and safe way to swinging the club. As a senior golfer I have been glad to make my swing more healthy and get rid of lower back problems. Plus I have gained much distance especially with the irons. Looking forward to your next video. Happy Midsummer!!

as usual this makes perfect sense; and to get maximum velocity we need to see the blur because it shows us where our body naturally wants us to position ourselves. Brilliant.

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