HOW TO STOP THE FLIP AND CHICKEN WING in your golf swing! | WISDOM IN GOLF | GOLF WRX |

GOLF SHOTS TOO HIGH? LOSING PRECIOUS DISTANCE AND CONTROL? HITTING A LOT OF FAT SHOTS? FLIPPING THE WRISTS AT THE BOTTOM? EARLY RELEASING? OVER THE TOP ACROSS THE LINE SWIPING? HAVE A BADLY COLLAPSED CHICKEN WING PAST THE BALL? THIS VIDEO IS FOR YOU!!

We will be showing you how to replace those crappy items with width and a full-blown release of the body and arm anatomy towards the target, placing the ball in the intersection of this action and giving you penetrating ball flights, spin control, the ability to draw the ball at will and ridding yourself of any semblance of early extension.

 

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00:00 Shawn Clement introduces the golf lesson

01:14 Golf Task: Whipping the paintbrush to the target

05:44 Golf Drill: Slashing the sword to release your anatomy

07:51 Golf Swing & Golf shot analysis with the GCQ foresight sports

09:11 How your task allows you to stay with your golf shot & golf swing

10:40 Shawn Clement concludes the golf lesson

 

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