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Ball Striking | Find the Golf Balls Sweet Spot

In this 17 Videos Series of  "Ball Striking" We get into the importance of Hitting the Sweet Spot almost all the Time. It is all about the Consistency of Compression and Accuracy. Not necessarily Hitting lots of Fairways and Greens.


 

  • 1. Understanding Dynamic Loft - When discussing Ball Striking, Dynamic Loft is a huge portion of determining a good ball striker. In this video we discuss compression, swing direction, body rotation, contact of sweet spot and dynamic loft.
  • 2. Postion for Dynamic Loft - After understanding what dynamic loft is, lets take a look at correct impact positioning for achieving desirable dynamic loft. We demonstrating how open we need to get to be in the proper position at impact to keep a dynamic loft that is lower rather than higher.
  •  3. Angle of Attack VS Dynamic Loft - We are highlighting some of key factors the separate the difference between angle of attack and dynamic loft. One of these can hurt the other, and one of these can help the other. Watch to see exactly what we mean. 
  •  4. Releasing Angles Too Early - Players that release all their angles, loose all their dynamic loft and add too much loft. We also give you a great angle of attack explanation in this video. Stay tuned for a lot more about the importance of these two subjects.
  •  5. Lead Hand Drill - Here's a great drill for angle of attack and dynamic loft that involves placing a tee on the lead hand. Solid contact is all about good match ups. We would like to see higher angle of attack and low dynamic loft.
  • 6. The Range of Great Ball Strikers - On an in depth look at ball strikers, usually shows a path 4 degrees out to the right or 4 degrees out the left. Keeping it in these parameters will immediate help your golf knowledge and golf game.
  •  7. Contact - When discussing contact it's important to understand that moving forward or staying centered are both good movements to create good ball striking. Find out which one is best for you.
  •  8. Club face Stability - Club face or passive face stability means its not active. The face is just going along with your rotation. Rotating your body can keep the face stable and eliminate curve on the ball.
  •  9. Clubface Stability Drill - Most drills that create clubface stability are mostly rotational drills. In this video I explain one of my most used drill curling the trail arm into flexion, like a bicep curl.
  •  10. Passive Face Drill - In this passive face drill we use an alignment stick that lets us understand rotation a little better by hitting half swings for this drill. HALF SWINGS, NOT FULL SWINGS.
  •  11. Open Body Drill - Slowing the body down promotes a release and can often times result in a hook.
  •  12. Rotate Head Drill - Here we demonstrate a movement that allows our head to turn open which in turn allows my chest to open up as well. Both of these factors, allow my body to hit the shot with a passive face.
  •  13. Block of Wood Drill - We use a block of wood or the side of a mat to square my club face and pay attention to my lead hand position. (Flexed and over my lead shoe.)
  •  14. Bucket in Arms Drill - We use this drill for our players to help them with face stability. Make sure you start with chips and then transition into large shots. Also, make sure you keep the chest opening and width in the arms on the follow through.
  •  15. Towel Under Arms Drill - This drill is to help togetherness. We want you to go from Folded to Straight with the arms. Make sure you have a little Fold or otherwise the drill will not be effective.
  •  16. Swing Direction Drill - This drill focuses on contact primarily but swing direction is also addressed.
  •  17. Explaining Swing Terms - Here we go through the terms that we like to use to teach and we want you guys to know these terms because the are vital to understanding our instruction completely.