What is the Correct Golf Swing Sequence for Senior Golfers (Video)
What is the Correct Golf Swing Sequence for Senior Golfers (Video)

Okay what I want to do, I want to try and make this next tip as simple as possibly I can do. It’s all about the correct swing sequence. I want you to get yourself set up to the ball. How many times you got setup the ball and you thought what do I do next? Where do I go? I know at some stage all pros go through this where you sort of freeze. I think what happens. So correct swing sequence let's make it very simple. When you setup the ball, the first thing we need to be once you got yourself in the right posture is to think about the shoulder, the arm, the wrist, the club.

I'll just take the club back it’s the shoulder that start to swing off. It's not the wrist. It’s not the body. It’s the shoulder, so the shoulder pushes the club away keeping the left arm straight so I have pushed that club away. The shoulder is pushing the club away. My left arm is straight. I'm going to get it to here. My wrist starts to hinge, so they always start to hinge here, shoulder pushes the club away. We're looking for an extension with push away. You got to hear the wrist start to hinge and we go back and the shoulders are rotating through a 90 degree shoulder turn. There's your back swing. As we get to the top here, the first movement from the top of the back swing is the knees start to just move the weight forward then the hips follow, then the top half of the body follow. So shoulder goes back first of all. Wrist to hinge in, you can see I got myself into a nice position. Those people you'll get a bit more technical looking at 90 degree shoulder turn, 45 degree hip turn and from the top start with your knees, then your hips and as you get back to the ball you can see my weight is moved to my left side and its all happened by working on the correct swing sequence so hopefully we made that a lot simply what you might have thought it would have been, and to go away and practice that and just focus on this left shoulder is the key to take the club back then the wrist hinging then from the top is the first move with the knees, the hips and so and so forth when you get to that ball you see that weight been transferred through. Let me just play a shot just to finish with just you can see everything working together. Over the ball from here, left arm back and the weight is gone through. You can see I finish onto my left hand side. That's the correct sequence for doing a swing. Just go away and practice other. I mean don't take it to the golf course. Try to work on it first of all on your practice ground or the driving range and it might be a good idea to get the friends get a video camera even a mobile phone to film you so you could actually see what you're doing very simple too go and work on it.
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Okay what I want to do, I want to try and make this next tip as simple as possibly I can do. It’s all about the correct swing sequence. I want you to get yourself set up to the ball. How many times you got setup the ball and you thought what do I do next? Where do I go? I know at some stage all pros go through this where you sort of freeze. I think what happens. So correct swing sequence let's make it very simple. When you setup the ball, the first thing we need to be once you got yourself in the right posture is to think about the shoulder, the arm, the wrist, the club.

I'll just take the club back it’s the shoulder that start to swing off. It's not the wrist. It’s not the body. It’s the shoulder, so the shoulder pushes the club away keeping the left arm straight so I have pushed that club away. The shoulder is pushing the club away. My left arm is straight. I'm going to get it to here. My wrist starts to hinge, so they always start to hinge here, shoulder pushes the club away. We're looking for an extension with push away. You got to hear the wrist start to hinge and we go back and the shoulders are rotating through a 90 degree shoulder turn. There's your back swing. As we get to the top here, the first movement from the top of the back swing is the knees start to just move the weight forward then the hips follow, then the top half of the body follow. So shoulder goes back first of all. Wrist to hinge in, you can see I got myself into a nice position. Those people you'll get a bit more technical looking at 90 degree shoulder turn, 45 degree hip turn and from the top start with your knees, then your hips and as you get back to the ball you can see my weight is moved to my left side and its all happened by working on the correct swing sequence so hopefully we made that a lot simply what you might have thought it would have been, and to go away and practice that and just focus on this left shoulder is the key to take the club back then the wrist hinging then from the top is the first move with the knees, the hips and so and so forth when you get to that ball you see that weight been transferred through. Let me just play a shot just to finish with just you can see everything working together. Over the ball from here, left arm back and the weight is gone through. You can see I finish onto my left hand side. That's the correct sequence for doing a swing. Just go away and practice other. I mean don't take it to the golf course. Try to work on it first of all on your practice ground or the driving range and it might be a good idea to get the friends get a video camera even a mobile phone to film you so you could actually see what you're doing very simple too go and work on it.