Swing Faults & Fixes

Swing Faults & Fixes

There are a handful of swing characteristics (tendencies/ faults) that players experience during their golfing journey. Over the top, casting, early extension, sways/slides, the chicken wig and others will be addressed in this section. The key is to identify quickly so that you can resolve and get off the bogey train and back on the express lane to more pars/

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Swing Faults & Fixes
  • Hang Backer

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    Are you a hang backer? This is defined as not moving your pressure efficiently to your lead side during the downswing. This can also result in lower back pain and can greatly effect contact, distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let...

  • Chicken Wingers

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    Are you a chicken winger? This is defined as a bent lead arm through the ball, oftentimes, resulting in pain to that lead arm wrist, forearm or elbow). The chicken wing can greatly effect distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s ...

  • Angle Holders

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    Are you an angle holder? An angle holder is defined as trying to hold your clubs angles during the downswing, effecting launch, distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Casters & Early Releasers

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    Are you a caster or early releaser? Both are defined as losing your clubs angles during the downswing, effecting launch, distance and direction. A caster throws the club right from the top (during the transition). An early releaser, releases the club’s angles down near the ball, but a tad too ear...

  • Over the Toppers

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    Are you an over the topper? Over the top is defined as a swing path that is above the swing plane during the downswing, oftentimes producing a pull, hook, slide or weak-righter. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Pulls & Hooks

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    Do you struggle with pulls or hooks where the ball start left of the target and stays left or moves even further left with a hook for a right-handed player? If so, let’s examine popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Blocked & Pushed Shots

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    Do you struggle with blocks, pushes or weak-righters where the ball starts right of the target and stays right or moves even further right with a slice ball slight for a right-handed player? If so, let’s examine popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Early Extenders

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    Are you an early extender? an early extender is defined as moving excessively toward the ball at some point during the swing. It also refers to extending your hips or torso too early during the downswing. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Reverse Spiners

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    Are you a Reverse Spiner? This is defined as over swinging where the club’s shaft goes beyond parallel at the top of the swing. This can also result in lower back pain and can greatly effect contact, distance and direction. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it...

  • Loss of Posture

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    Do you rise to the penthouse during the backswing or eject out of your seat during the downswing? Loss of posture is defined as moving out of the golf posture range at some point during the swing. If so, let’s examine popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get t...

  • Sliders
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    Sliders

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    Are you a slider? And I am not talking about those meatball sliders…A slider is defined as moving excessively toward the target during the downswing. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Swayers
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    Swayers

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    Are you a Swayer? A sway is defined as moving excessively during the backswing. We’ll cover popular culprits of why this can happen and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • Tempo
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    Tempo

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    LEARN WHY TEMPO IS PARAMOUNT. In this playlist, we’ll focus on how players can get off track with their tempo. Tempo is the glue that puts all your awesome positions together. Tempo that is too slow or too fast can throw off the sequence of the swing. We’ll cover the popular culprits of what can ...

  • Lag Seekers

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    WHAT IS LAG (REALLY) AND HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH? In this playlist, we’ll focus on lag. What it is, how much do you need and how to get it. We’ll cover what can go off and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.

  • No Distance (need more?)

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    In this playlist, we’ll focus on getting more distance. We’ll take a look at what the Touring Pros and what you can do to incorporate some of that into your game. Plus, we’ll cover what can go off and how to correct it. So, let’s get to it.