Signs That You Have An Early Golf Swing Release (Video)
Signs That You Have An Early Golf Swing Release (Video)

So quite often golfers don’t necessarily understand that they have an early release, because like I said before, it’s difficult to see on camera, a full speed, it’s difficult for your playing partners to know this is happening. So others golfers will come to me saying, “I just don’t know what I’m doing wrong, but I know something is going on.” And then we’ll establish together that it’s this early releasing problem that’s the issue. So the diagnostic tools that you could utilize to work out if you’ve got an early release and what that might look like is three different things you could look for in your ball flight.

One would be that you might be prone to hitting the golf ball fat. So you could be hitting the ground prior to hitting the golf ball so an early release where the club comes down releases early, hits the ground first, that’s going to be one of the key signs that you’re early releasing because you’re hitting the ball fat. Now if you’re early releasing but striking the ball well, the chances are the ball flight will be too high. You’ll get them beneath the ball and scoop it a little bit. So as we’re coming down to this golf ball, we early release, the club head beats the hands into the back of the ball and at this position, the club points too high up in the air and the ball will shoot high and go too far up, not enough forwards. So fatting the ball and hitting the ball too high, that pretty obvious connections with an early pre-release. The one last thing is maybe a little bit more settle in terms of the reasoning and that’s the ball slicing. So if a ball slice and off and curves from left to right in the sky, that slice, it could be happening because of the pre-release. And what that might look like from down the line is that from here, if I pre-release that club now, the club will go that way. It won’t drop into the correct position and attack the ball from the inside as I would want, it would get here and I’ll pre-release there. So the pre-release could throw the club outside the line. It’s then only – only avenue to go would be across the back of the bull, and if I’m out to in, those two shots that could happen there, a pull or a slice generally in this case it’s going to be a slice, because I’m going to struggle to take my hands from the pre-release but that’s for another video. But if I’m here pre-releasing, there’s a good chance that there will be slicing, hitting the ball too fat, and hitting the ball too high. So they are your diagnostic tools to work out with your pre-releasing, and those are the facts that are happening with golf swing.
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So quite often golfers don’t necessarily understand that they have an early release, because like I said before, it’s difficult to see on camera, a full speed, it’s difficult for your playing partners to know this is happening. So others golfers will come to me saying, “I just don’t know what I’m doing wrong, but I know something is going on.” And then we’ll establish together that it’s this early releasing problem that’s the issue. So the diagnostic tools that you could utilize to work out if you’ve got an early release and what that might look like is three different things you could look for in your ball flight.

One would be that you might be prone to hitting the golf ball fat. So you could be hitting the ground prior to hitting the golf ball so an early release where the club comes down releases early, hits the ground first, that’s going to be one of the key signs that you’re early releasing because you’re hitting the ball fat. Now if you’re early releasing but striking the ball well, the chances are the ball flight will be too high. You’ll get them beneath the ball and scoop it a little bit. So as we’re coming down to this golf ball, we early release, the club head beats the hands into the back of the ball and at this position, the club points too high up in the air and the ball will shoot high and go too far up, not enough forwards. So fatting the ball and hitting the ball too high, that pretty obvious connections with an early pre-release. The one last thing is maybe a little bit more settle in terms of the reasoning and that’s the ball slicing. So if a ball slice and off and curves from left to right in the sky, that slice, it could be happening because of the pre-release. And what that might look like from down the line is that from here, if I pre-release that club now, the club will go that way. It won’t drop into the correct position and attack the ball from the inside as I would want, it would get here and I’ll pre-release there. So the pre-release could throw the club outside the line. It’s then only – only avenue to go would be across the back of the bull, and if I’m out to in, those two shots that could happen there, a pull or a slice generally in this case it’s going to be a slice, because I’m going to struggle to take my hands from the pre-release but that’s for another video. But if I’m here pre-releasing, there’s a good chance that there will be slicing, hitting the ball too fat, and hitting the ball too high. So they are your diagnostic tools to work out with your pre-releasing, and those are the facts that are happening with golf swing.