More Relaxed Fluid Strokes with one Handed Full Swings, Golf (Video)
More Relaxed Fluid Strokes with one Handed Full Swings, Golf (Video)

Following on from the one handed theme that we’ve just talked about though with the chipping and the pitching, there is some benefits to swinging the golf club one handed even in for a full swing. And following on the same conversation, if you would to hit a tennis ball, you quite happily hit a tennis ball hard even a 100 mile an hour serve with one hand. So you can hit good golf shots with one hand.

A lot of people think that 2 hands have to be the way you forward. But actually, it’s a drill as an exercise. Just let one hand have the influence, not would mean that you don’t have the argument between which one does the bit well, where does the power come from. Just turn it back with your body. Turn it through the body and feel that actually, the hand doesn’t have a massive deal of influence in terms of generating power.

The hands apply the power in the golf swing. But the body supplies the power. It will help you fell a bit more relaxed and also a bit more fluid. So when I set up to the ball, my left hand goes behind my back, my right hand comes down the grip slide. Gripping down just makes the golf club feel a bit lighter and a bit easier to swing. And then feel how it turn the body and turn the body and I can hit a decent sort of chip or pitch shot here turning the body, locking the ball away with a decent full swing action. It won’t go mega far but it should give me a decent level of control just to swing through that and again, I don’t get the influence of the hands and arms arguing with each other and fighting and then just for similarities dropping over, I put my right hand behind my back now. Left hand tapes the club gripping low and down for control, turn the body back and turn the body through and feel how again it stays nicely relaxed and that strangle in the club, I’m not trying to smash the club too hard.

It’s a great exercise for rhythm. So turning the shoulders back, turning the shoulders through. Then I go ahead and hit the golf ball, setting myself. I’ve did myself a nice high tee peg here actually. Just sort of little bit easier to get in contact on it, turn back, turning through and I certainly feel really relaxed. I don’t feel like I’m trying to smash the golf ball too hard. So it’s a good warming up exercise. If you’re striking with rhythm, and if you’re striking with feeling of which hand argues and which hand fights with the other one. Swing it with one hand then you put both hands on together. They’ll feel strong. They’ll feel rhythmical and hopefully, they’ll feel together again as one unit.

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Following on from the one handed theme that we’ve just talked about though with the chipping and the pitching, there is some benefits to swinging the golf club one handed even in for a full swing. And following on the same conversation, if you would to hit a tennis ball, you quite happily hit a tennis ball hard even a 100 mile an hour serve with one hand. So you can hit good golf shots with one hand.

A lot of people think that 2 hands have to be the way you forward. But actually, it’s a drill as an exercise. Just let one hand have the influence, not would mean that you don’t have the argument between which one does the bit well, where does the power come from. Just turn it back with your body. Turn it through the body and feel that actually, the hand doesn’t have a massive deal of influence in terms of generating power.

The hands apply the power in the golf swing. But the body supplies the power. It will help you fell a bit more relaxed and also a bit more fluid. So when I set up to the ball, my left hand goes behind my back, my right hand comes down the grip slide. Gripping down just makes the golf club feel a bit lighter and a bit easier to swing. And then feel how it turn the body and turn the body and I can hit a decent sort of chip or pitch shot here turning the body, locking the ball away with a decent full swing action. It won’t go mega far but it should give me a decent level of control just to swing through that and again, I don’t get the influence of the hands and arms arguing with each other and fighting and then just for similarities dropping over, I put my right hand behind my back now. Left hand tapes the club gripping low and down for control, turn the body back and turn the body through and feel how again it stays nicely relaxed and that strangle in the club, I’m not trying to smash the club too hard.

It’s a great exercise for rhythm. So turning the shoulders back, turning the shoulders through. Then I go ahead and hit the golf ball, setting myself. I’ve did myself a nice high tee peg here actually. Just sort of little bit easier to get in contact on it, turn back, turning through and I certainly feel really relaxed. I don’t feel like I’m trying to smash the golf ball too hard. So it’s a good warming up exercise. If you’re striking with rhythm, and if you’re striking with feeling of which hand argues and which hand fights with the other one. Swing it with one hand then you put both hands on together. They’ll feel strong. They’ll feel rhythmical and hopefully, they’ll feel together again as one unit.