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Simple Golf Swing Tip: Stop Early Release with Gravity and Improve Iron Zip

Simple Golf Tip To Stop Early Release with Gravity and Improve Iron Zip.

Golf swing release done naturally and how to hit your irons better

I have a nice thought for you that hopefully will give you pretty instant results especially with your irons to give you a bit more zip off the ball and a bit more freedom as you swing through without having to think too much about it.

In this golf lesson you will see Alex Fortey demonstrate that when you hit at the golf ball and try to release that way, you lose control, consistency, and power! You don’t need to straighten your arms at impact. That causes early release.

This kills yards and accuracy. However, when you allow gravity, the weight of the club and gravity to pull through, your arms will straighten and create speed and release.

You can Increase lag, improve golf swing sequence, connection. You have the natural ability to swing great. Your time is now.

 

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5 Responses

  1. Alex,The acceleration of the clubhead is created in the very short distance from 8 o’clock to 4 o’clock .
    That’s rhe area on which you have to focus on .A good tool is the IMPACT SNAP training aid.
    Raymond CHASTEL

  2. Henry

    Are the arms rolling through the ball – left arm rotating toward target – or am I trying to just pull the club through the ball like the hammer and nail example.? Is the motion correct to exit low and left so the club face is not rotating but the body is turning to square the face – am I “throwing the club head at the ball or pulling through ? Does this make sense what I am asking?

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