How To Correctly Trigger The Golf Downswing (Video)
How To Correctly Trigger The Golf Downswing (Video) Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

When we set up to the golf ball we should be taking our time to get into a good address position. Then we should have a trigger to start the back swing because sometimes we get frozen over the golf ball we stand here for to long and we get frozen and not quite sure when to take the swing back. So a lot of golfers will have a trigger and there might also be a similar trigger at the top of the back swing turning it into the down swing. I set up the ball I have a little bit of a forward press there's my set up I have a forward press that's the trigger to start the thread and then at the top of the swing I need a trigger to start the downswing as well. Now without a trigger I can get to a position where I get a bit lost I don't really know where the top of the back swing should be the club can keep going to long and get out of shape or as I'm swinging back I stop too early and I cool down too quickly and it could also affect the tempo of a golfers swing.

Unless they have a defined point that says OK this is the top now we're going to start swinging down. The other important thing to notice about the trigger is it should be consistent it should be something that happens all the time whether the 18th green we want the trigger to be happening all the time. We also want to be happening with every shot. So we don't necessarily have a different trigger with the drive or with the wedges but every time we set out to make a swing we have a forward press trigger we get to the top and then we have some trigger to then start the downswing and it's focusing on a single part of your body that you can use to trigger the downswing and ideally be apart of your body that can then work in unison with all the other parts of your body to make sure the downswing is consistent at the right tempo and nice and powerful as well. This next little series of videos we're going to focus on what the trigger should be and how it should help improve your timing your tempo and ultimately your entire game.

2017-05-05

Pete Styles â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Styles – PGA Teaching Pro

When we set up to the golf ball we should be taking our time to get into a good address position. Then we should have a trigger to start the back swing because sometimes we get frozen over the golf ball we stand here for to long and we get frozen and not quite sure when to take the swing back. So a lot of golfers will have a trigger and there might also be a similar trigger at the top of the back swing turning it into the down swing. I set up the ball I have a little bit of a forward press there's my set up I have a forward press that's the trigger to start the thread and then at the top of the swing I need a trigger to start the downswing as well. Now without a trigger I can get to a position where I get a bit lost I don't really know where the top of the back swing should be the club can keep going to long and get out of shape or as I'm swinging back I stop too early and I cool down too quickly and it could also affect the tempo of a golfers swing.

Unless they have a defined point that says OK this is the top now we're going to start swinging down. The other important thing to notice about the trigger is it should be consistent it should be something that happens all the time whether the 18th green we want the trigger to be happening all the time. We also want to be happening with every shot. So we don't necessarily have a different trigger with the drive or with the wedges but every time we set out to make a swing we have a forward press trigger we get to the top and then we have some trigger to then start the downswing and it's focusing on a single part of your body that you can use to trigger the downswing and ideally be apart of your body that can then work in unison with all the other parts of your body to make sure the downswing is consistent at the right tempo and nice and powerful as well. This next little series of videos we're going to focus on what the trigger should be and how it should help improve your timing your tempo and ultimately your entire game.