Build Golf Swing with 5 Simple Steps Golf Tip Video

Golf Life TV features TOP 100 Teacher Gale Peterson with a golf lesson everyone can improve from. Build your golf swing from the ground up with 5 steps. More…
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35 Responses to “Build Golf Swing with 5 Simple Steps Golf Tip Video”

  • Tereza Peřinová:

    You are right, it is pity, I do not understand English very well…

  • paul sun:

    let’s how simple is it ! every step you make bring you success in world
    campion easy.

  • Dennis Greear:

    here you go baby :)

  • Marianne Ferris:

    This is the best video I have ever watched. Would love to take a lesson
    from you.

  • Scott Fetner:

    thank you miss peterson, that was a fantastic lesson. what a wonderful way
    for a beginner to understand how to start small and go big with emphasis on
    the most important part which is impact!!

  • kady7869:

    Excellent vid. Very well described. Have always had problems with the
    shoulder turn and subsequent lack of power. Will try to go through the
    drills in the vid.

  • danzigboy1:

    great instruction just learning the sport thank you for ur time !

  • Golf Tips:

    @JSOO59 I’ll keep that in mind next golf tip edit. I hope the cut didn’t
    ruin the video so much you weren’t able to learn.

  • Golf Tips:

    Glad this video could help. Be sure to let us know how it went.

  • Gabe Saavedra:

    Gale’s breakdown of a swing is on target and helpful for most high
    handicappers

  • masonhope:

    many thanks I’ve been watching this with my oldest son aged 6. Very easy to
    follow and very effective. His swing is coming on well. Hope you like my
    video response.

  • Jancen:

    Nice video. I’m planning to get some lessons. Not sure whether to go with
    an indoor golf simulator or in a real golf course. The former won’t be able
    to teach me any putting and bunker shots but was told they would do a video
    analysis of my swing. Which one would you recommend?

  • NE Florida Fishing:

    Geez you make it look so easy

  • 남 종우:

    I love it!

  • David Schultz:

    TGM lady.

  • Golf Tips:

    Gale Peterson works at the Sea Island Golf Learning Center at the Sea
    Island Golf Resort. She also has her own website you can visit for more
    information.

  • 3SecondsFromDeath:

    Because she is not lined up correctly to the white plank! Her body is aimed
    right. Seh doesnt practice what she’s saying. Watch stage 2 at 3:20 paying
    close attention to how high her follow through comes, then listen as she
    states “and the club head below my hands”! Ok vid but i’ve seen better.

  • Michael Billingsley:

    @TheNYgolfer Come on – that is not a nice comment. She is a great teacher.

  • Golf Tips:

    Thank you for watching our video and your comment. We have many more great
    tips.

  • Brad Morris:

    Excellent. Can we now do a 5 step video from a side view that focuses on
    swing plane and maintaining the spine angle through impact?

  • Golf Tips:

    Excellent idea. I’ll forward your request up the chain of command. I
    wouldn’t expect anything until after winter

  • Golf Tips:

    Funny as your comment may be. I hope that’s not the only thing you took
    from this golf tip.

  • jeff friar:

    Good info. Although, I would suggest you always have a good teacher guide
    you in person because as the famous golf quote goes “What you feel is
    almost never real”. These are basic fundamental also. We are not all the
    same. There is always an exception to the rule that can work very well.
    There are 1000’s of geometrically correct golf swings, some better at
    different shots, some not possible due to physical limitations. Overall,
    solid fundamentals.

  • Golf Tips:

    I’m glad you found this video helpful. Your going to have to let us know
    how much you improved bu using these drills.

  • sonicdeviant:

    Monte, is it okay to think of the right shoulder and right arm moving down
    toward the ball? In other words, I have an OTT tendency and hit pulls, pull
    hooks, and occasionally slices. Through research, I think I may need a more
    vertical shoulder movement. Thanks.

  • Richard Davies:

    Who ever Is hitting the balls outside the picture is milling them

  • scott camp:

    This is a gem.

  • Wave Strike:

    I got lucky and stumbled onto this myself a few years ago on the range. Not
    too many people point this out but you are dead on.

  • Monte Scheinblum:

    Who is our mutual acquaintance

  • Hector Tan:

    i’ve been searching for this particular instruction on how the right arm
    moves up and down the swing. Glad to have found it. Thanks for posting.
    Excellent!

  • strings41:

    Monte, you and Bradley Hughes are of like minds.

  • Monte Scheinblum:

    Ball position and distance from the body will vary. It is all about having
    good posture, letting your arms hang out of your shoulders and that will
    get you the proper distance.

  • Alec Katzman:

    Bobby, he’s out by Visalia. He’s been working with me for about six months.
    I agree with you completely, right arm is a balance check & I’m big on
    getting tall at address with a natural hanging arm position, then return
    through it. Great stuff Monte, big fan.

  • Alec Katzman:

    great video Monte, we got a mutual acquaintance I’ve been working with for
    a little while. Could you give any thoughts you might have on the role of
    ball position, specifically how far away from the body it is and how that
    is related to the right arm action? Thanks Pro.