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How did so many of the legends of old and modern players use a reverse slot swing without coming over the top?
Have you been told to keep your head down? I would guess you have, but have you also been told to keep you head out?
Henry and I further explain this matchup to synergize your downswing and a drill you can do to instantly feel this move.
Fellow Milo Lines Golf coach, Blake Cannon and I will be showing you how to hit sand wedge and lob wedge crispy from 50 yards out.
Fellow Milo Lines Golf coach, Blake Cannon joins me to uncover his easy technique for curing the yips in chipping.
How to properly BACK UP the right hip in the backswing for a better wind and to create the much needed space.
Ed Lasater joins me to breakdown one of Rory’s key moves in the backswing that helps him hit the ball so far at his size.
We will walk you through what we find to be the 2 most important angles in the golf swing, wrist extension and hip hinge.
Let’s learn to catapult! In this video I walk you through the left arm action in the golf swing, specifically converting adduction.
Let’s talk about one of my favorite figures in sports, Charles Barkley! As you likely know, Barkley’s swing has been anything but reliable.
It’s time to talk about SPEED! In this video I’ll be showing you a few of my methods to pour on the gas and increase clubhead speed.
In today’s video we are going to look at how bending your knees in the downswing can create a more powerful move.
We get asked all the time, how do we create lag in the golf swing and my answer is always the same, it’s a byproduct of good motion.
In this video I’ll discuss a question I get a lot, whether I focus on my left side or right side in the golf swing.
In this video we’ll show you a new way and drill to route the club so it lays down as you start your downswing.
This is a question I get asked a lot, therefore I thought I should do a video on how to move your right elbow in golf swing.
These 5 golf tips act as a reminder to the key ingredients you should focus on to speed up your swing improvement.
Are you having trouble pushing off your trail side? Sliding and tilting in the downswing can be matchup nightmares.
If you are looking for a perfect golf drill to create more rotation in your golf swing you have come to the right place.
Are you tired of backing out of the shot, standing up out of your posture, early extending, and/or losing your spine angle?
Hand path explained! Henry and I look at how your hand path is dictated by numerous factors, including your anatomy.
In this video with fellow Milo Lines Golf coach, Ed Lasater, we look at the movement of the upper body in the golf swing.
For those of you struggling with lower back pain or those of you just looking to move better, let’s learn to bend instead of tilt.
Learn the John Daly swing trigger that led to one of the most powerful downswing sequences we’ve ever seen
Here is a new way of doing the old split grip golf swing drill! Perhaps you have seen this one done before by Rory McIlroy and others.
In this golf lesson with Cortland, we mainly addressed the matchups created by certain golf grips.
I’m going to share with you my favorite practice hitting nets, why you should own one, and how to best train with them to improve your game.
For those of you who struggle with rolling the club after impact, we show you a different way to more stably let go of the club.
Do you have some limitations in your right arm (trail arm)? Maybe you have difficulties with range of motion in your shoulder or elbow?
Are you the type of golfer who rushes your downswing, pulls from the top, and gets your sequence out of order in transition?
In this video, we explain one great way to encourage a more pivot driven motion is to create a wide golf swing.
We walk you through some medicine ball exercises you can do at home to help you train the pattern you see us discuss on this channel.
Watch this video for a secret matchup to help you rotate in your swing…draw the arms and fade the body!
In this video, Milo Lines Academy Fitness Coach, Zach Gulley walks you through a simple, yet dynamic 5 minute golf warm up using a golf cart
Here’s a recent golf lesson with Brian where we employed a loop drill to get him to stop coming over the top.
In this video, Henry and I look back at an old Ernie Els golf swing tips video from his prime where he discussed the one piece backswing.
A good set of golf clubs aren’t cheap, so preserving them for a long time is likely high on your to-do list.
We discuss issues with the fairway wood and how the set up can cause you to have issues with blocks and hooks.
Are you looking for a SMOOTH transition to your downswing? Learn the turn and surf move to flow athletically from backswing to downswing.
How the pivot can help you not only achieve a more dynamic impact position, but also properly finish your golf swing.
To continue with our baseball week, here is a recent lesson I had with RJ, a baseball player looking to dial in his golf swing.
In this video, you’ll learn HOW TO GET a PRO PATH w MIlo Lines, PGA on BE BETTER GOLF.
I worked with Randy on a float in transition with his hands and arms to help create a more fluid, dynamic downswing.
Too much weight shifting can cause low point control issues and leads to excessive sliding and tilting in the golf swing.
In this video, you will learn the modern rotational golf swing and how to maximize it for you senior golfers out there.
I get asked a lot, Milo how do I bow my left wrist like the PGA Tour pros? My answer is always that it may not be the best matchup.
Kushah had a tendency to flip his wrists and the golf club at the ball and stand up into it which resulted in little to no forward shaft lean.
Dr. Luke Bracke joins me to cover the 3 main causes of back pain in the golf swing, and extension is involved in all of them.
In this golf video, learn to use your body and turn to square the face versus pulling down with the hands and arms.
Are you looking to transfer correctly to start your downswing? Learn this awesome heart fall move from our friends at Elite Golf Schools.
Riley and Kameron of Elite Golf Schools join me in helping Henry free up a bit and let go while maintaining a stable release.
Elite Golf Schools talk us through what they have termed, the Honey Hole, a delivery position seen amongst the great ball strikers.
Riley Andrews introduces to Henry and me three exercises you can do at home for training a more rotational spiraling action (fascia flow).
e you looking for effortless hip rotation and depth in your golf swing? Learn to SQUEEZE! In our second video with Elite Golf Schools
To begin our newest series with Elite Golf Schools, we talk how we would build the perfect golfer from beginner junior to tour pro.
How do you move the right shoulder in the golf swing? Henry and I look at this key move and respond to a TikTok follower’s question.
Hope you enjoy this golf lesson video from our time working with David. Apologies for the audio as our mics kicked off.
Let’s learn a powerful trigger feeling to get you starting with a more dynamic way for starting the backswing takeaway.
If you’re looking to rotate your hips in the golf swing, you first have to understand what sets up the rotation.
In this golf lesson (and check up) with coach, Henry Fall, we discuss why he often gets a high handle at impact.
Are you looking for some easy at home golf drills that can help you get that tour quality FLOW and sequence in your golf swing?
In this tee to green golf vlog on the first hole at Superstition Mountain, we discuss 9 steps we feel necessary to breaking 80.
If you love short game and hitting the saucy, soft flop shot around the green, here’s a technique from the great Seve Ballesteros.
In this video, you’ll learn to properly spiral (push and pull) in the golf swing through better use of ground force reaction.
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Milo Lines Academy coach Ed Lasater joins me to discuss the left shoulder move you need to compress your irons like a pro!
Kiel Alderink of Mental Golf Type joins me to help you master the mental game with golf mind secrets that will improve your golf game.
The Tour Rotation Stick is one of a few training aids I use on a consistent basis with all my golf students.
In this video, Henry and I look at whether it’s better for you to resist or assist a desired golf swing change.
One of the most difficult putts to make and start on line is undoubtedly those sneaky left to right breaking putts.
Milo Lines Academy coach, Ed Lasater and I look at what could be causing your toe strikes and how to correct this for more centered contact.
Looking to increase your driving distance and hit the ball longer? Take a look at what your upper center is doing.
This video was recorded the day after one of our recent webinars to answer a few remaining questions. We hope you enjoy this sneak peek!
Hear from professional golfer Tommy Fleetwood on one of the drills he used to tighten up his swing and become a force on tour.
John Weir of Mental Golf Type joins me to dive into the psychology side of the game, and how to help you get in the zone more consistently.
In my latest video, Henry and I analyze the golf swings of the LPGA Major Champions from 2021.
In my latest video, Henry and I analyze the golf swings of the Major Champions from 2021.
Do you struggle with creating dynamic wrist conditions in your golf swing? Get immediate help with Watson Golf’s Hanger.
Perhaps you have been told that the golf swing and the trail arm work in the same fashion as skipping a rock.
In this video, learn to set up to the golf ball like an athlete and align your body to move more dynamically.
Learn to reflex (sit and turn) in transition, and the early stages of the downswing with this Sam Snead swing squat drill.
Milo here! I know, I know, we happened to hit a mid-high fade instead of a mid-fade and high-fade… my mistake!
Do you struggle with your arm structure in the golf swing? Get immediate help with the Watson Structure Ball.
In this viral video of Tiger Woods warming up before the final round, Tiger made an extreme exaggeration to transition his golf swing.
I’ve been getting a lot of questions about this “secret” forearm/wrist move in the early stages of the downswing.
There are a number of ways to grip the golf club, and a number of ways that have proved successful for the best players.
In the downswing, how do we produce lag naturally and passively, versus actively pulling down or physically holding angles?
If you’ve watched my channel before, you’ll know that my interpretation of the “throw” in the golf swing is a bit different than others.
One training aid you’ll always see in my lesson bag is a heavy club, or in this case Momentus Golf’s Power Hitter.
I look at the similarities between throwing a frisbee with our lead arm/hand and the movement we see in the lead arm in the golf swing.
We look at the challenge of bringing new feels and swing changes to the course while still trying to put up a good score.
Milo Lines Academy coach, Henry Fall walks you through how to setup your camera or cell phone for an online swing analysis.
Thrusting the hips towards the golf ball can lead to a lack of space, loss of spine angle, and numerous mishits.
There are an infinite number of great workouts to help train the movements you so often hear me walkthrough on these videos.
I get asked all the time by my golf students, “How do I rotate early in my downswing without spinning out?”
Many of you are practicing your golf swing at home, but are you working in a manner that produces change and improvement?
We take a look at how these boarders use their lower body to propel themselves into seemingly effortless rotation.
Many of you are trying to ‘shallow’ out the golf club in transition, but keep in mind where your club is coming from.
Here is the second part of a two-part series I first filmed during a Zoom call while I was up in Utah this summer.
Here is the first part of a two-part series I first filmed during a Zoom call while I was up in Utah this summer.
If you struggle with sliding in the golf swing, here is a look into the pressure shift I like to see in golfers.
There is no one way to swing a golf club, and furthermore, there is no one way to takeaway the club head when swinging a golf club.
There is a better way to create a dynamic impact in the golf swing, rather by using our pivot. Try this out instead!
Watch to see all of the similarities between an uppercut punch in boxing and the through part of the golf swing.
We wanted to cover a video on training aids, something that we both use quite a bit in lessons and for ourselves.
In this video, we’re going to be talking about circling the knee for maximum rotation and speed in the golf swing.
We’re going to be talking about grip pressure in the golf swing and specifically touching on in transition.
There are some awesome movements in tennis and racquetball that go hand-in-hand with the movements we see in the golf swing.
Watch this training aid that acts much like training wheels, giving you a clear path and visual to follow.
In this video, we talk about how to keep the left side of our body, the left shoulder especially, low in the transition period.
The bowlers out there know how to create space for their trail arm and the ball to travel through and release down the target line.
Do you have a hard time hitting the ball accurately? It might be because of one of these common golf swing myths!
Here’s how to start your golf swing so that you can maximize potential energy and hit the ball as hard as you can.
In this video we take a deeper dive into safely posting up on your lead side and to achieve this same look.
Not all sports are exactly like golf. We’re going to start today with a little soccer. Now, does soccer and golf have anything in common?
Today, we’re going to talk you through how you can hit your irons like a tour pro using just this one simple drill.
We’re answering questions we’ve had from subscribers to the channel, and one of those was about different backswing positions.
Milo Lines and Henry Fall here, and we’re talking about how to make you swing more like an athlete. And to do that, we brought a football.
Today, I have a really good video for you about the differences between a golf swing and my other favorite game, baseball.
In this lesson, we’ve got a little treat for you. Henry and I are talking how does basketball relate to golf?
Now, today’s lesson is from a question from my last video. Somebody asked me to do a video on how to stop hitting it fat.
The key is we want to feel like our wrist is moving like we’re opening a door so that this club moves back behind us in this way.
I’m going to show you what the dynamics are that actually allow that arm to come off so you can accelerate your hands club more.
Today we’re talking a little bit about head movement in the golf swing. Should you keep your head down and your eyes on the ball?
Milo here, along with Henry, and today we’re talking about how different sports relate to golf, and in this case, hockey.
We’re out here at Superstition Mountain talking today about reverse pivot. What is it? And what’s going on there?