Here’s a good visual for what the clubhead needs to do at the top of the backswing and during the downswing to hit straight shots: Don't Break the Plane from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Don’t Break the Plane
Here’s my mental strategy for short putts: Short Putt Mental Strategy from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Short Putt Mental Strategy
Here’s a good drill to train your right elbow during the downswing: Right Elbow Training Drill from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
This shoulder rotation drill for the golf swing helps me simplify the golf swing: Shoulder Rotation Drill from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Shoulder Rotation Drill for the Golf Swing
This pullback putting drill is my favorite practice game; It helps me putt better under pressure: Pullback Putting Drill from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Pullback Putting Drill
When I go to the range to practice, I divide my range time into three parts: 1. Maintenance practice: Checking the set-up, finish and tempo of my golf swing. I like to always start with maintenance practice. Correctly setting up to the ball is very important to consistent ball-striking. If I address the ball incorrectly, […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Three Components of Range Practice
Aligning your feet and shoulders is the easiest way to consistently address the ball with your shoulders parallel to the target line. Some experienced golfers play with their feet a little open or closed at address, but all great golfers make sure to square their shoulders to the target line at set-up. If you are […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Feet and Shoulder Alignment
The finish and the set-up are the most important parts of my golf swing. If I set up correctly every time and finish correctly every time, I stand a pretty good chance of making a good swing every time. When I come to a correct full swing finish, I: 1. Let my right foot rotate […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Full Swing Finish