Why You Need This: In this video, you'll learn how to synchronize your golf swing.
And I'm sure you've heard the saying...
"Making it look easy."
That's pretty accurate when you watch top players on tour.
They can bust out 280+ yard drives with a super smooth, effortless looking swing.
And it's incredibly frustrating for many players that feel like they're swinging out of their shoes but can only hit the ball 240 yards.
How is that possible?
What are the pros doing that most players aren't doing?
Well, a lot has to do with synchronizing your swing.
In this video, you'll learn the 90-90 drill to help you make a smooth, synchronized swing.
It'll feel like you're swinging with much less effort, but you'll still get a lot of clubhead speed.
Watch now to get effortless power!
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Instructors Featured: Clay Ballard
Video Duration: 4:09
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Hey guys, welcome back. Hit a nice shot there, that’s just about three or four feet left of the flag. Nice and solid, and I got some good speed with that one. I felt like I was smooth, I felt like I had good rhythm on that swing.
We’re looking at club head speed of 95, just a little bit over 95, 95.4 with the 7 iron which is pretty good. Anything over 95 I’m pretty happy with.
So how do we get good speed yet stay nice and fluid throughout our swing? I’ve got a great little progression for you guys, that’s going to help you to build speed but get some rhythm while you’re doing that.
Step up out of your chair right now if you’re watching this from your living room. Grab a golf club, and just work right along with me here. This is a work along drill, not going to work if we’re sitting in the chair. We’ve got to get up and start moving.
The first piece, let’s get rid of a lot of that tension. One of the things I want you to do is just take that 7 iron, or whatever iron you’re using, any kind of middle iron, and let’s just let these hands roll over each other.
This would be a – sorry, I’ve got a little bug on me there -- this would be my forearms rolling over each other and touching, and then I’m just going to go the other way.
I’m just trying to take all the tension out of my arms. If my elbow’s bent that’s fine. Just do this about 15 or 20 times until you really get the tension out of there.
Once you start doing this, try to synch up a little bit of a step to the right, and a step to the left, just really small weight shift as this is happening. So I’m just gradually starting to go bigger and bigger as I’m coming through there.
Now as I keep on going a little faster, what you’ll notice, the second piece of this, after I’ve got that little weight shift in there, and that’s synched up with those forearms just rolling over each other, just to get a general rhythm.
We’re not talking about how to release the club here, we’re just trying to get a good rhythm. As I go a little bigger, now you’re going to see I’m making a 90-degree angle with my left arm going back.
So between my left forearm and the club, and as I come through, I’m making a 90° angle as I come on through in the follow through.
We start out with some little mini swings like this, then we add a little weight shift in there back and through. Now we’re going bigger and bigger until we’re going 90° to 90°. Just back and through, letting my hips turn as I’m doing this.
Notice my right foot, how I’m letting it come up off the ground as that’s happening. Then I’m going to go a little bit bigger and bigger until now, I want to focus on two things.
Number one, as I go back I want to get that good, full turn. My chest is going to rotate away from the target. If I’m going this direction, my chest is going to rotate until it’s back at the camera.
Then the second piece is as I rotate on through, now my belt buckle is going to be facing the target or facing the camera if I’m hitting toward you.
As I go a little bit bigger, let’s go through this progression again. Starting out just a small swing, now we’re adding our weight shift. Now we’re going 90° to 90°, so a 90/90 swing.
Then we’re going to go a little bigger from there, and I’m going to work on my weight shift turning toward the camera, turning my belt buckle all the way through.
So as I’m doing this, now I feel like I’m synching up my turn with my weight shift and some rhythm. I want you to also focus in on as you come all the way on through, let your right foot come all the way up off the ground.
So about 20 or 30 swings there too. Work through this progression for 5, maybe even 10 minutes, just in your living room until you feel like it’s all synched up.
Then let’s go out to the golf course, let’s try to recreate those same feelings of rhythm and timing, and see if we can get some good club head speed, hit some nice solid shots.
See how straight we can hit this one. There we go, so that one was dead straight. Just a little tiny bit to the right of the flag. That drew back in, it was only about three feet to the right of the flag.
I feel like I put some pretty good pace on that swing. I didn’t feel like I was really muscling the shot at all. I got 95.3 again, clubhead speed with a 7-iron, I’m pretty happy with that.
I felt like I was nice and loose the entire time. Best of luck to you guys, get that rhythm, get that timing, go through this progression, and you’re going to have the best rhythm of the year.
I’ll see you guys soon.