The Secret To The Perfect Golf Swing…
Pay close attention to what I’m about to show you next…
If the secret to the perfect golf swing boils down to knowing the least complicated way to hit a ball on the ground with a stick…
If golfers have been struggling with dismal results for the past 50 years…
We can safely assume conventional golf swing instruction misses the mark by a long shot. I’ll go out on a limb here and just say this…
Conventional swing methods are the reason your game stinks to high Heaven.
The “One Mistake” behind it all is you’re taught to address the ball with arms hanging straight down below the shoulders. This position creates a two plane effect.
Watch this short video to find out why this is the root cause of all your golf swing frustration…
As you can see, the two plane effect is the whole problem.
Because the swing starts at one point and ends up who knows where.
This is what’s killing your golf game.
The conventional two-plane swing (the “hanging arms” position at address) causes the following distance-draining problems:
- requires more moving parts to get from one plane to the impact plane…
- increases the upward motion of the spine in order to make contact…
- causes additional and unnecessary tension in the body….
- causes unnatural wear and tear of joints, muscles and connective tissue…
- increases stress on the spine from extra compression… and…
- increases body movement to get club back on plane before impact.
Think about it: With the conventional swing, you start the swing motion on one plane.
But then… when you return the club back towards the ball… you’re on another plane altogether.
Doing this totally complicates the swing motion. That’s the opposite of what we’re trying to accomplish. We want the least complicated way to hit a ball on the ground with a stick. Right?
Regular golfers simply can’t tolerate all the extra movement during the swing…
The Result Is “Consistent Inconsistency”
The complicated mechanics of the conventional swing takes timing, skill, razor-sharp coordination and pro-level athleticism.
And it takes a toll on your back, elbows and body. Now you know why you can’t hit the ball straight with any consistency. It’s just too damn hard.
All of that is unnecessary anyway if you “uncomplicated” the swing motion. How?
Simply by starting the swing at the point of impact.
Start where you finish and you simplify the swing right from the get-go.
Here’s the great part: The proper swing motion does not require you to be a young stud.
Here is the problem. You’re probably trying to copy Ricky Fowler. I love Ricky. I think he’s great but his swing is too hard for the average golfer. By the way, the average PGA Tour player is 28 years old with “healthy” bodies. (Yet, many of them are experiencing back problems).
No need for super-human athleticism.
No need for sniper-like hand/eye coordination.
The man who developed this swing was at least 25 to 30 pounds overweight for a good part of his career.
This is perfect for young or old golfers.
Anyone in shape or out of shape.
Male or female.
Makes no difference.
I’ll show you how it’s done in the next chapter.
For now, do yourself a big favor.
Get in front of a mirror and go through the paces of your regular conventional swing.
Notice how… just like in the video you saw… when you address the ball conventionally with arms hanging below the shoulders… your swing starts on one plane and ends up on another.
Notice how you have to force the body to force the club back on the plane where the ball is in order to hit it. Notice all the wasted movement.
Notice how you crimp the back during this unnatural motion.
Notice the added stress on the spine, hips and knees.
This is why you can’t hit the ball straight.
This is why you can’t place your shots with any degree of accuracy.
This is why the power in your body gets wasted and your drives don’t go nearly as far as they should.