Take Away of the Vertical Golf Swing, Body Friendly Golf Swing

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In the vertical golf swing, the proper sequence occurs by rotating early the upper body against a restricted lower body, which should bring the golf club to …

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Howie Karasick says:

Dave i have always enjoyed your thoughts…..i do have a question…..can
you please explain how and where the left arm is connected…..for someone
BARREL CHESTED THANKYOU

Jackknifegyp says:

Stumbled on to this yesterday, and as I am just getting serious about
learning to play golf, I have experimented with different swing planes,
none of which seemed to provide a consistent off the tee drive, not once in
the many rounds I have played have I hit it as consistently straight and
with good distance, as I did today.

Thank you for the tip that did the trick: slight turn of the upper body on
the takeaway.

Can’t wait to try it again. I may now be able to dispense with all the
other golf swings that I have struggled with. 

Dave Seeman says:

How do you start the back swing with the vertical golf swing?

http://youtu.be/4z-LtI7M7YA
In the vertical golf swing, the proper sequence occurs by rotating early
the upper body against a restricted lower body, which should bring the golf
club to your toe line. This video illustrates this process and some of the
common mistakes that golfers make.

Dave Seeman, PGA is a golf professional who teaches in Delaware,
Pennsylvania, and Maryland. He also teaches schools throughout the US and
Canada. He can be reached at +Dave Seeman or 302-373-4783

Dave Seeman says:

How do you start the back swing with a Vertical Golf Swing?

http://youtu.be/4z-LtI7M7YA
In the vertical golf swing, the proper sequence occurs by rotating early
the upper body against a restricted lower body, which should bring the golf
club to your toe line. This video illustrates this process and some of the
common mistakes that golfers make.

Dave Seeman, PGA is a golf professional who teaches in Delaware,
Pennsylvania, and Maryland. He also teaches schools throughout the US and
Canada. He can be reached at +Dave Seeman or 302-373-4783

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