I’ve never met a golfer who wouldn’t love to tack another 20 yards onto their drives. In this course I’ll show you how to do it by improving your lag. Lag is simply “How far behind the club head is from your hands, as you get to the impact zone.” Here’s the secret …
If you’ve been thinking that your hips and shoulders should be square to the ball at impact, you’ve literally been forcing yourself to release your lag too early. At impact your hips should be turned to the target 30 to 45 degrees. You need your hips turned out of the way so that your arms have the necessary clearance to stay on the swing path toward the target. If your hips stop when they get square to the ball, you’ll flip the club or create a chicken-wing.
Our goal is to increase your club head speed by at least 8 miles per hour to get you at least 20 more yards. The idea isn’t to Hold Lag or get more lag in the swing. You’re in a pretty good lag position at the top of the swing. The trick is to find out why you are losing Lag too early.
If you want to add 20 to 30 more yards to your drives the best way to accomplish that is to have a system designed specifically to help you optimize the ball flight laws of center contact and angle of approach, and particularly to generate more club head speed through impact. In this video I’m going to share with you what a system like that would look like and 5 Key elements of the swing to focus on to get more distance and more consistency. You can do it and do it quickly, because speed is a skill. But you need a system to do it.
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