We know it’s not easy to take the best swing each and every time, so our team of professionals regularly provide video tips to inspire you on how to get the most out of your golf and improve your game.
The kinematic sequence is all about how golfers can generate and transfer speed into the golf ball with an efficient repeatable swing pattern. By using this Rhythm Rope Drill you will be able to train the necessary movements that are required to develop the flow state for hitting quality golf shots. Great drill for improving your arm/body synchronisation and tempo for your full swing.
Have a look at this video where Susie Mathews, Certified PGA Professional, provides a tip on how to line up correctly on the tee. In this video, Susie Mathews, Teaching Professional at Kooyonga Golf Club, highlights the importance of looking out for tee blocks as they can often set golfers up in the wrong direction.
This downswing drill demonstrated by Daniel Blackwell is designed to help players develop better awareness of their clubhead path into impact. It is a practice swing only drill (so don’t hit golf balls) which will help avoid the move where the right hand takes over and makes an arm wrestling move which steepens the shaft and leads to poor contact. Best performed in slow motion.
This technique presented by Teaching Professional, Daniel Blackwell from Kooyonga Golf Club, is to help players control their ball flight into the wind when hitting from 50m into the green. Use a more lofted club eg Lob Wedge or Sand Wedge. Keep arms more compact and in front of the body.
Susie Mathews demonstrates one of her favourite drills in the bunker which highlights where the club is entering the sand. When you become consistent with the club hitting the line on the sand you will find that your bunker shots will be much more reliable on the course.
Duard Nel, Assistant Golf Professional demonstrates how to optimise your driving by swinging up through the ball.