Join us in our series of online video lessons to learn the perfect
golf swing and how to fix your golf swing faults.
Now that you have a correct grip,
the best address for your
physique, and understand swing
mechanics, we are finally ready for your first golf swing lesson.
Following the tuition, the videos on swing analysis help to keep
you fine tuning your golf swing.
Basic Golf Swing Lesson 1 - "The Golf Swing Secret"
Surprisingly - The key is to forget everything about golf mechanics
When you are off the green or on the range - you can think mechanics,
but on the golf course, the mechanics no longer matter - only the
The key to consistency is only thinking about what the ball considers:
Before taking apart the golf swing, it pays to create a clear vision
in your mind of the perfect swing. And who better to emulate, than
Tiger Woods. Let's analyse all the parts of Tigers golf swing. [7:11]
The current world leader in golf still has issues with his golf
swing. And naturally, he is the target for many golf pros to demonstrate
the great and not so great in Tigers golf swing.
Pro golfers swing from the upper body on the backswing and lower
body on the downswing. Practice swings are used to get some movement
and rythym in the swing.
Basic Golf Swing Lesson 3 - Ernie Els Swing
A slow vision of Ernie Els golf swing.
Basic Golf Swing Lesson 3 - Relationship of Hands, Arms, Body
Rodney presents another golf swing tip from Sunol Valley Golf Club
in the San Francisco Bay Area. The relationship betweens the hands,
arms and body is an important aspect of a good fundamental golf
Basic Golf Swing Lesson 4 - Role of The Legs
Basic Golf Swing Lesson 5 - Keep It Long, Slow And Smooth
This lesson gives you a good basic understanding of why certain
moves in the golf swing are important and how they impact the flight
of the ball.
The key message here is: long slow and smooth -back swing
and follow through
Basic Golf Swing Lesson 5 - Great Body Rotation Demo
Golf Swing Analysis - Ben Hogan
PGA Master Professional Ben Hogan analyzes his own swing to demonstrate
the swing plane concept.