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Dennis Veasley

56 thoughts on “GOLF DOWNSWING – HOW TO STOP RUSHING YOUR DOWNSWING DRILLS”

  1. Learning how to let the club 'hang back' in my downswing is one of the main things that I've finally learned to revolutionize my game. It's just a hard thing for people to feel. I'm teaching my dad right now and he has none of this at the current moment. I'm going to get him to do that little in the fingers 8 iron drill you suggested to get him to better feel that clubhead lag, magical move that is so elusive for so many people. Thank you Mr Bazzelget(probably spelled that all wrong) for all your great tips.

  2. Completing the backswing is another way. Many never get to the top of backswing, or finish, and begin downswing too soon. Timing issue. I implement a tiny pause or "rest" at the top and then the pushing the ground with my feet/hands "dropping in" motion. Sitting down on the shot. The delay at the top of the backswing allows the proper initiation of the next critical move; the down (and in) swing. Try to hit it hard, though, is 90% of the reason for a hurried, over the top, downswing.

  3. Nice Adam, Love the Bag Drill followed by the 2 finger grip on the shaft. When you did the 2 finger grip the Shaft aligned more with your Right Forearm. Love that. The club then sets and Lags from the top. (No Bounce out) Core Sent Rhythm & Balance is key for me! Good Stuff my friend…

  4. I discovered the sensation of pivoting your body with my swing quite by accident during a practice session recently and noticed the improvement immediately on the course. Being a new golfer I wasn't sure what I was doing was right, because well, I have tried a lot of weird things along the way so far. Thank you for this clear explanation of a concept I hope to work on as I practice.

    Also, I love Molinari as an example! Of all the guys on tour, it seems as if his swing is "intentional and designed to hit the ball consistently as much as possible". I would also use Louis Oosthuizen and Adam Scott as examples of this.

  5. Great vid, again! I would say the majority of mid-high handicappers would benefit from slowing down the swing. When I get it right and get the swing into the 'slot' the rest of the swing seems effortless, smooth and much better club head speed! If only I could get it consistently and not fall back into trying to smash the ball, I'd be in single figures! 🏌😤

  6. Thanks for the drill Adam. I read in Hogan’s book that he used to make practice swings without his right thumb and index finger on the club to feel the release of the club head. This has helped me out a lot.

  7. Good stuff, let the club head energy build…then sweep it through, once you learn to trust it…your game will improve.

  8. I think the loading tip is great for improving lag. Add this drill with an impact bag for forward shaft and you’re on your way.

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  10. Appreciated the talk of the mind having majority control. Subconscious specifically. It’s very true I believe. Keep up the good work

  11. What is your thought Adam on lifting the left heel a little on the backswing to trigger hips first in downswing by stamping the heel down?

  12. Hi – my coach has recently noticed that I am over rotating my hips in the backswing and I simply cannot clear my hips in time with the rest of my swing – leaving me flipping and blocking. I notice that Mols right knee stays flexed during the backswing – do you have any guidance to share?

  13. Allowing the conscious mind to control the swing is a mistake. The subconscious knows what to do to hit the ball. When you involve the conscious mind all it does is cloud the mind with thoughts that you don’t need, how are feet, where are my shoulders, are the arms in the correct position. The only thought you need is to relax and swing the club.

  14. Just started following you very interesting could you lead me to the video or do one again where you load the club or the club head on the backswing

  15. Thank you for the video, however you did not mention a potential lobotomy to keep me from trying to murder that little ball.

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  17. Good tips. I’m working on starting my downswing with lower body before reaching the top with my hands. I’m sure this messes with timing. Should I slow down some on the course, or just forget about the change when playing ?

  18. Excellent video! Tons of great information. I hope people take what you said seriously. Its difficult for most of us guys to relax and turn down our testosterone. But when I do, the ball goes further and straighter every time.
    I would like to request your take on the mental aspect of the game. I have read some sports psychology books and I have averaged 5 strokes better, sometimes 10 strokes better. No more 1st tee jitters and when I cant warm up I actually start better than ever before.

  19. i experienced this with my putting stroke. By calming myself at the top and letting the putter and my body "set", my left side has time to lead the way down. I hit it solid every time. Now I have to transfer this to my full swing.

  20. Awesome video, you explained this very well. Now all I have to do is execute it properly. Your tips will help with that for sure though👍👍👍👍

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