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Right Sided Swing Concepts
Are thoughts of "straight left arm", one-piece take-a-way, 75% of weight on my right side, 90 degree shoulder turn and don't move your head" dancing through your brain, then think again. The Right Sided Swing is a much more economic way to swing the club. Why?? We learn how to get into the correct position early so there is no need for compensations. For ages golfers have been trained that the golf swing is a left-sided motion. We believe that lateral shifting of weight combined with a body rotation is very difficult to learn and even harder to become consistent with. Let's learn an easier and more effective way to do it, shall we?

The Setup:

In order to build a great swing, you need a good foundation. That's why all of our players have the same body shape at address. Once are body angles are set at the start, they never change. What you feel at the set-up is basically the same shape you will be in at impact.

 


Setup

The Take-A-Way:

The swing sequence starts by moving the club away with the hands and arms while the body angles stay the same. There is very little turn at this point keeping it simple

The Take-A-Way

Top:

The arms pull the shoulders into a turn developing a throwing action at the top of the swing. The body angles stay the same as we rotate around a stable spine. This creates consistency.

Top:

Transition:

Most people believe the transition is the most difficult and confusing part of the swing. In a left sided swing, there is a lot of movement in the transition because the spine angle does not stay the same. Compensations must be made to either "shift and clear" the lower body or to "hang back" with the upper body to get the club coming in from the right direction. That's not necessary in the Right Sided Swing. Because we have maintained the body angles going back, we make a slight lateral bump and swing the arms back down. No compensations needed.

Transition:

Impact:

The moment of truth!! It all comes down to this. The key to great ball striking is how well we can return the clubface to the ball at the exact place that it started. Since we haven't changed the body angles, our impact position is almost identical to our address position.

Impact:

Follow Through:

The right side releases and fires through towards the target around a stable left side creating a full finish. The ball is struck using the true loft of the golf club with compression and the power in the swing is generated by leverage. No reverse C positions here.

Follow Through:
Bill Knodle Golf Instruction | Phone: 561-262-5519 | Bill@RightSidedSwingFlorida.com | Site By: CauseAndFX.com