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You are currently watching a video about the only way to hit the golf ball straight and far, this video will help many golfers understand the importance of timing.

If your interested lessons then please visit the website Online lessons are also now available and more information will be on my website soon but for now please contact me via my social media pages.

Also golf school dates have been allocated to the website which can be found on the website too.

I’m setting up a social forum where golfers can help each other and i’ll be there to help too if your interested in this then follow me on the links below and i’ll post more details.

This channel focusses on the golf swing and discussing in detail about the areas of the golf swing that most amateurs get wrong. Each how to video explains everything a golfer needs to know so they can improve their golf game and start lowering their scores, so wheter your trying to break 100, break 90, break 80 or break 70 then this channel will help you acheieve everything you want.

I don’t rely on many if any training aids with my coaching as I beleive that the change will happen once you understand what it is your really trying to do with your golf swing and once your understanding improves then you will start to make the correct swing change, I will occasionally offer drills to do as this can often improve your feel verus perception battle and help aid your cause.

The only training aids I suggest are useful is the Gforce golf training aids link can be found below:

I like the Speed swing trainer too if your interested follow the link below and use code


I love giving golf tips however I really enjoy helping golfers with their game and love the positive feedback about golfers who I have helped with their ball striking or driving or whatever so if you like golf tips then you should subscribe.

I’ll always try to put my swing on slow motion on the camera howver this is sometimes difficult due to the set up of my driving range and I’m often looking for privacy but I agree that seeing a Professional swing in slow motion can help golfers develop.

I do use the term perfect golf swing, not because there is a perfect golf swing or perfect backswing etc however I like to discuss options in all my videos and sgtrongly beleive there are 5 or 6 things we have to do in the golf swing but there are options for golfers to choose what they want to do which is why I feel im qualified to discuss the perfect golf swing as much as anybody else.

The areas I disucss in the golf swing are hip rotation, swing plane, upper body movements, how to gain speed in your golf swing, how to use the driver, all golf swing basics, golf swing for seniors, golf swing for irons, the elbow positions and whats the best way to swing a golf club and much more.

I also do alot of club reviews with Midlands Golf and specially Ronnie and coach at Four Ashes and a friend who helps me as I’m not the most technical person when it comes to club equipment, but we talk about what are the best golf clubs, golf bags, golf balls and even golf trollys. Everyone wants to know whats the best golf club and especailly the best driver which is why we test all of the clubs and give our opinion on what the best golf clubs are.

We talk about the popular tournaments upcoming especailly the masters as this is a favourite for every golfer.

We do all of this from our happy home Four Ashes Golf Centre.

So if your keen on learning the best way to swing a golf club, the best latest golf wedge, or interested in online golf lessons, what have Taylormade golf launched now?, or is the latest Callaway driver acyually longer than the prevoius model?

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  1. I’m curious (and I’m 72) … I’m wondering if you’ve ever heard the term “covering the ball”?

    In my younger days, I was a 2 hcp and one of my go-to swing thoughts (when I was not striking the ball well) was to “cover the ball”. This was a sensation of looking at the ball flight from “underneath).

    I retired from the game for about 20 years and resumed my second career about 6 years ago. I managed to get to a 7 hcp and was hitting the ball not badly but then I slumped and hit a lot of shanks. That was about a year ago. I was trying to remember some of my key swing thoughts and tried them all out on the range. One day, I remembered “covering the ball”. I remembered the feeling but I couldn’t execute it (for me, it was like looking under the ball as it took flight). Like many things in golf, it was frustrating.

    Then one day my wife (a non golfer) accompanied me to the range and we thought it would be cool for her to take some videos of me hitting golf balls (it was her idea and while she’s not a golfer, she thought it would be a cool idea to show our grandkids poppa’s passion). When I saw those videos I was aghast! I was stoop-shouldered and suffered from the most abbreviated backswing I’ve ever seen. Old age is a curse!

    From then on, I resolved to improve my posture at address (backswing issues could wait). It was tough for me at the start. My aching back didn’t want me to bend at the waist, but I persisted. There was a measurable improvement after about a month. I was able to capture the sensation of “covering the ball) about two swings in ten.

    But then I saw your videos on the role of the hips and their rotation in the golf swing. More precisely, the feeling of having the belt buckle pointed at the ball. Wow!!! What an incredible improvement! I can now “cover the ball”. Shanks have virtually disappeared.

    I am a “self diagnostic” golfer. I do not have access not a truly capable coach such as you. It is a challenge to “self diagnose”, especially when you consider that what one thinks one is doing is not necessarily what one is actually doing. Your explanations and suggested drills are helpful for people like me.

    Many thanks for your efforts. Cheers.

  2. For me the mystery remains about rotation.. I get it that hips go before shoulders before arms before “down cocking”. BUT the hips are still rotating when the shoulders start rotating. Then the hips stop MOMENTARILY and resume rotating in the follow through. So, the hips pause, then resume rotation. Do the shoulders/chest ever pause? The sequence before strike might be simply hips>shoulders>arms>wrist, but what happens AFTER the ball is launched is PART of what happens before isn’t it?

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