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Brad Hoffman

This lesson had a couple of eye opening points: 1: Letting the club release me at the follow through. I had been manually releasing the club or not releasing at all, which would explain the constant slicing. 2: Your demonstration of the club face at “45 degrees” and the positioning of the body where it squares up to the intermediate target. I have been struggling to find the in to out path and this seems to help.
One thing I think I have been struggling with is letting the club do the work. I have been having lower back pain this season and I suspect it might be due to my interpretation of generating power from the ground where I am pulling the hips around towards the target line and attempting to keep the trail shoulder back. I am trying to do the squat move and standing up maneuver in the PMD, but it’s a going to be a process to ingrain. My lower back still gets a little tender, but I feel it more on the way through now as the momentum carries my “hand/club unit” through.
While I am committed to this methodology, I feel like this season might be a little rough as it always is with a swing change. My commitment comes from the idea of eliminating all of the manipulations that come to mind when I swing a club I am not confident in. I really want the mindset I have when I swing my trusty 6i. I just line up the shot and go.

Matthew Costello

This was a wow moment from my first swing analysis. Feeling the club release me was the major takeaway. Incredible snap / sound off the club face and was absolutely mashing the ball. Great stuff as always Shawn!!! This is in the favorites!

Joe Ninke

With doing the hammering demonstration, the trail hand / right wrist is flat, throughout swing.

I always thought in the golf swing, one wanted to get the trail wrist into a flexed, “waiter holding tray” position, at the top of the backswing. Incorrect?


I’ve really been struggling recently and have lost a ton of “pop” in my swing. I was searching for anything to help me get out of the current funk. Yesterday I revisited some of the trail hand release videos.

I’ve come to the conclusion that I’ve really been casting and hitting “at the ball”. I instantly started to see a major jump up in clubhead speed while focusing on the following related to the trail hand: Let the hands lead the clubhead, as long as the clubhead is coming in closed enough (based on my grip / set up) and I keep my wrists loose I can whip thru the ball and it feels pretty effortless with good speed.

Whenever I sense that I hit at the ball I instantly see a drop in speed.

Does this logic make sense?

Shawn Clement

Yes, it is all about the CLARITY IN YOUR FOCUS ON THE TASK YOU WANT TO DELIVER INTO THE FLIGHT PLAN; and yes, the grip-club relationship allows for the arms to get pulled through first and then the club head last by the kinetic chain. See “kinetic chain facilitation series” and practice sending divot peels into your flight plans with the walking drill; just amazing the engagement of the kinetic chain when you do this!

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