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The Stable LET GO Release (SLING The Club w/ No Handle Drag) w/ Elite Golf Schools

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Milo Lines:
It’s still extended, but now it’s like…

Riley Andrews:
Yep. Yeah.

Henry Fall:
Because you’re not holding and you’re just letting this go.

Riley Andrews:
Beautiful. That’s proper. That’s correct. Just watching your trunk, just goes… Now I just see mountains up. Okay. So show me just impact. The actual impact. So from right here, if we just put that target side, so this lead wrist, if you just let it go into extension of that this way. That’s what I’m talking about. Getting it out, energy out the instrument. Let it go. That’s too late.

Milo Lines:
So hold on to it more.

Riley Andrews:
It’s too late.

Henry Fall:
Take your hands and relax them and just practice going like this and let the weight of the club go.

Riley Andrews:
Yeah. If we put water in the shaft and have a little cap on the end of it.

Henry Fall:
Spray the water in.

Riley Andrews:
You need enough energy shooting out of it. So that cap shoots off of there and we should see the water come out of it. But if I’m going this way, there’s no energy out here. Yeah, if your chest is up there far enough, man you’re fine. You can let all that out.

Speaker 4:
See, you’re letting that, even that rehearsal is still letting it out on the left side.

Riley Andrews:
It can’t be one just kind of in one motion, but like no-

Henry Fall:
No more pumping.

Riley Andrews:
Yeah. God, that was cool. What’d that ball do?

Henry Fall:
Little cut.

Riley Andrews:
Let it flow forward more. That’s still held onto. It’s a steep the angle attack of attack is there. Held for too long and then bounces. Let it go early.

Speaker 4:
I will sing Frozen in here. Don’t think I won’t.

Riley Andrews:
Float or let it out. Little 60%.

Milo Lines:
That was different.

Riley Andrews:
That’s proper. That’s proper.

Milo Lines:
We need to have a Bible of golf.

Henry Fall:
That’s proper.

Milo Lines:
That’s dimes. We need to create a website called the golf Thesaurus.

Riley Andrews:
Yes. Yes.

Henry Fall:
When you’re doing this make it feel like this. Make your wrist go, so that they feel like they’re…

Riley Andrews:
Yeah.

Henry Fall:
You let that…

Riley Andrews:
Yeah.

Henry Fall:
Let it sling.

Riley Andrews:
Yeah.

Milo Lines:
Like that Suzy swing I showed you last night. A Hall of Famer.

Riley Andrews:
Yeah.

Henry Fall:
Let it out. Don’t just, hold on.

Milo Lines:
Let it go.

Riley Andrews:
Get it Elsa. Like that’s so good.

Speaker 4:
So, so much better.

Henry Fall:
That was good. Hit a cut.

Riley Andrews:
It’s free. Not contrived.

Speaker 4:
And I think too for guys like you and I, when we get tilty like that, the only way that we can save it is you have to drag it. And you can’t release it because as soon as you do, the bands are all loaded in the wrong way. And then it’s…

Milo Lines:
It’s not even a drag this way. It’s a drag that way.

Speaker 4:
Yes to try and square the base.

Riley Andrews:
You see that because of what your ribs are doing.

Milo Lines:
Right, they’ve got to go more this way.

Riley Andrews:
Exactly. Yep so on that, up, back and away move.

Milo Lines:
You know what I need is that flute one that tractor does. That’d be a good one.

Speaker 6:
He loves that flute.

Milo Lines:
Okay. Grip pressure’s at a one.

Riley Andrews:
Nice.

Speaker 6:
Oh my gosh. Freaking good.

Riley Andrews:
That’s silly. See that’s efficiency because you’re not working hard at all and there’s plenty to get up on it. That golf ball reacts proper.

Henry Fall:
He can’t hit it soft. He’s got speed. He’s…

Speaker 6:
Who does that sound like?

Riley Andrews:
So good.

Milo Lines:
What’s that?

Speaker 6:
Well like… So stinking good.

Riley Andrews:
Now do the same thing, but just manage your energy wave. Chill one out, ripples in the water, rather than a tidal wave. Woo. Same pattern though. Same system. Oh that’s so good.

Speaker 6:
So Dan’s going to start-

Riley Andrews:
That ball can’t move-

Speaker 6:
Now or?

Milo Lines:
You know what that one felt like?

Riley Andrews:
Butter?

Milo Lines:
Well, like one before I felt the little weak thinning one was okay. But that one almost felt like a draw swing where it was like…

Riley Andrews:
Yeah, what’d the ball do? [inaudible 00:04:40] Isn’t that interesting? Like I think we-

Milo Lines:
It’s still extended, but now it’s like…

Riley Andrews:
Yep. Yeah.

Henry Fall:
Because you’re not holding, you’re just letting this go.

Riley Andrews:
Beautiful. That’s proper, that’s correct. Like just watching your trunk just goes boom.

Milo Lines:
Just grab… Do one more.

Speaker 6:
I was recording that the whole time.

Milo Lines:
Have you really?

Speaker 6:
Yeah.

Milo Lines:
Oh God.

Speaker 6:
Just for your own personal library.

Riley Andrews:
I didn’t curse too much. So there you go.

Speaker 4:
No, because like…

Henry Fall:
There was only, I don’t think there were any cuss words.

Speaker 4:
There were none.

Henry Fall:
We’re clean. This is a good group clean.

Speaker 4:
I made sure to say freaking.

Riley Andrews:
Yeah. That’s cool looking here.

Speaker 4:
And energy input wise.

Riley Andrews:
Oh, it’s not fault. That was perfect.

Speaker 4:
It looks like you are not inputting the same amount of energy. Like not having to…

Milo Lines:
I definitely feel more of this…chill, chilled out.

Riley Andrews:
To the next episode.

Milo Lines:
Oh, I’m playing golf.

Speaker 6:
That’s a nice way to play.

Milo Lines:
Here’s golf. No, no, no.

Riley Andrews:
Oh, that’s so good. Why is that so good?

Henry Fall:
Because he finally let his wrist go.

Riley Andrews:
Yeah. It’s fun too because… You’re that [inaudible 00:06:02] is so awesome. Right? Where he’s got the engine in here. So however much you rev this, then you’ll feel the output through your arms, hands and club. Like it just… yeah.

Henry Fall:
Go to sleep.

Speaker 6:
You just chilled out.

Riley Andrews:
All right. All right. Let it rip, oh proper.