2 Key Tips to drive the golf ball

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25 Responses to “2 Key Tips to drive the golf ball”

  • Luis Hernandez:

    Totally wrong.

  • teewoods:

    you are clueless

  • teewoods:

    Actually its showing not what to do that makes people realize their
    mistakes!

  • stan madon:

    you absolutely right ,about Ernie`s video ;i think that guy who tells you
    to strighten your right arm on down swing .he does`t know what he is
    talking about

  • barblak1:

    Is this for real?

  • joe Blunt:

    you say this why? your a tour pro…I dont think nitwit

  • rrtmlt:

    What an absolute crock of shit. This joker should stick to lawn bowls

  • footballfootball84:

    Thanks for helping this helped me improve at my driving

  • Marcus:

    Some very good tips here

  • kevlarticus:

    Casting is in the wrists. Early release and over release, can lead to a
    nasty slice or over compensation somewhere else in the swing.

  • harry caldow:

    I think you better watch Ernie Ells swing in slow motion! Ernie finishes
    his swing the way you say not to! Personally I think Ernies swing is pure
    and he definitely has the runs on the board!

  • Eoghan O Neill:

    @nikepumps123 the ernie els video is aimed towards much better players and
    concerns holding onto lag as long as possible which all the pros do, most
    beginners do not release the club enough and get slices. This is what this
    video is about, teaching a beginner about lag who can’t even release(which
    most cant) would be putting the cart before the horse

  • MaxGravitas:

    Terrible tips for any average golfer.

  • Rob Tol:

    Why do golfteachers show so much about what not to do? If you show ONLY
    what to do GOOD, then anybody will learn better and faster. Its like
    saying: i go to the right because i do not want to go to the left. As you
    can see. The last part is what can go. Now please create new ways of
    teaching, thanks

  • Keldorn87:

    I agree, but I think certain proven fundamentals should always be taught.
    My golf swing is quite unorthodox, in that I have my right hand thumb at a
    90 degree angle on the shaft to my left hand thumb (positioned directly
    behind the shaft). My teacher used to beat me up over it (metaphorically of
    course) but I’m pretty happy with my game now and I’ve never changed 🙂

  • Ramesh:

    One of the best instructional video on driving swing I have ever seen with
    excellent demonstration. I played very well in bitterly cold weather with
    confidence. Thank you for keeping the instructions simple and easy to
    comprehend.

  • iiNaTRaNCeGaming:

    Pause at 2:11 and find the golf ball!

  • alwaysaround watching:

    Ya, you’re right. The way he’s showing it, the club is release early and
    kills club head speed and thus kills distance. There’s a little bend in the
    right elbow through the swing until empact, for long lag, which then gives
    the explosion through the ball.

  • Mohd Aizam Abidin:

    Straightening the right arm will not cause casting if the wrists remain
    loose

  • waggadorn:

    Isn’t straightening the right arm straight away casting?

  • willjacobs69:

    terrible tips… shortening your left side will result in a snap hook if
    your a player that can hit a drraw

  • alwaysaround watching:

    it’s not a “casting,” but the way he’s showing it, it does release the club
    head slightly early, thus killing club head speead which kills distance.

  • iVisioNXBL:

    Thank you for teaching us how to cast the club, not. You want to do the
    complete opposite in a golf swing. This swing has no lag.

  • Cap1talNumbers:

    Lol he sounds like Chief Wiggum

  • Dreama40:

    Good tips but i would add that you should try tp hold your right wrist
    angle as you straighten your right arm to ensure you get the maximum
    release of the club at the bottom of the swing and hence more power but
    otherwise hes spot on. In other words straighten the right arm quickly on
    the downswing but dont “cast” the club in the process.