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THE FOLLOW THROUGH & FINISH POSITION – THE COMPLETE GOLF SWING GUIDE

THE FOLLOW THROUGH & FINISH POSITION – THE COMPLETE GOLF SWING GUIDE



THE FOLLOW THROUGH & FINISH POSITION – THE COMPLETE GOLF SWING GUIDE RICK SHIELS PGA GOLF COACH takes you through a detailed 6 stage …

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  1. Fuzail Zubaid Ahmad

    Excellent video, but I wish Rick had explained the position of the left elbow and upper arm, when the shot is finished. Having started playing and enjoying golf at the age of 58, I watch a lot of videos, but i have seen none that explains the target left elbow position at the end of a great golf shot.

  2. Dana Fox

    Once again I got to thank you Rick. I have watched the series before was having some problems with my swing. Had my friend video my swing notice that my follow through was lacking and was able to refer to this guide really stressed and important points especially how the follow through is often overlooked, especially in my case. Now I need to go outside and practice.

  3. Paul Lucas

    Cheers Rick great series straight to the point found it really good. Have a question though about the backswing, I'm trying hard to master a one piece takeaway with little to no hinge in the first movement but you do seem to hinge earlier, any comments well appreciated. Thank you.

  4. Robert Benitez

    This tutorial “mowosam press” (Google it) launched me Golf swing lessons. Featured in the guideline are considerable tips such as choosing the correct club model and length based on your arm length, height, and shoulder width. Through the modules in the tutorial, I`m able to reduce my handicap to 15 from 22 in a year..

  5. champy

    Your video on how to take a divot past the ball is the best explanation I've watched, ever!
    As a result, my entire swing has changed (& improved) for the better.

    I thought I was "rotating my arms around my body" but after watching your video, I realized…
    I was not even remotely close (to executing a proper swing).
    &, now I know, every solid shot I've hit in my life (before your video) was blind luck.

    Now, for the first time in my golfing life, my divots begin past the ball! Yippee-Kai-Yay!

    btw, I'm 62 and in good shape and fitness. I learned after watching that video, if I wanted to play this game, well, and execute shots with reasonable consistency, I need to get in better shape, get my legs and core much stronger & and, without question, improve my flexibility. It's not enough, imho, to just know how to swing a club. If you don't have the fitness and strength to maintain DYNAMIC balance through the entire swing process, you will still hit miserable golf shots.

    Nonetheless, thank you, Rick, for this wonderful instructional series. It's really helped me alot and I'm so much happier on the course because of you!

  6. beatlesfan1963

    Hi there Rick! I went to the range yesterday and tried these lessons for the first time. I must say they helped quite a lot. More than anything else I saw consistency and accuracy that I didn't have before. Most of my muffed shots were from me coming up out of my stance too soon to see how close to flag I was getting. LOL. I also found I was getting great stopping ability (back spin) with my wedges that I never had before…and with range balls!! Looking forward to trying this stuff on the course. I have yet to try your driver lessons to use but soon will. I wanted to to get this set of lessons going first since this is the majority of the golf game. Thanks for the help you've provided.

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