Milo here! I know, I know, we happened to hit a mid-high fade instead of a mid-fade and high-fade… my mistake!
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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.