Impact & weight shift…

Weight shift will happen when you do a proper move with your club but weight shift alone will not not give you a safe impact.

Let me help you get a effortless golfswing with speed and accuracy. A good release will help you to a better impact and longer drives and irons without slice and hook.

Long and straight is every ones goal but it takes time. Try to focus on one thing not everything when you practise. Impact, face control and swingpath will always be the most important part to drill.

If you use callaway, ping, titleist or taylor made clubs doesn’t matter you can learn to hit good golf shots. Your loft or your shaft on the club will not change but you can get better.

Find what inspires you. The pga tour, longdrivers or other good golfers can all help you find better golf shots. Watch what they do instead of listed to what they say. Listen mostly to your body and figure out what you need to do to produce the same results as the pros on TV.

Mike Malaska, Mike Austin, Mike Dunaway and Steve Pratt are some of my favorite golf instructors online. Find the tips that make your golf better. Decide what you want to hit. I teach a draw but many like a fade and nobody likes a hook or slice.

Your hips or your lag is not the key to golf. Your hands will decide the shot and you can do like Tiger Woods and trust your hands. Teach your hands to hit different shots. Hit big hooks and slices to understand what happens. Only straight is not gonna teach you anything.

Bryson Dechambeu and Kyle Birkshire can inspire you to hit it longer. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson can give you inspiration and motivation to test new things and new golf shots.

The Masters, Players Championship, The Players, The Open and US Open can make you love golf even more. See the best in the world solve all the problems we all need to master any golf course. Golf is a craft and you need fantasy, feel and skills to master it.


16 Replies to “Impact & weight shift…”

  1. Milton Purdy says:

    Marcus I think I tend to swing through a little bit too level with the shoulders. Do I need the back shoulder to go down (be tilted) as I go to the ball. I watched another teacher say that it will add power if you tilt your shoulders, (left shoulder down in the backswing, right shoulder in the through swing as I am right handed).) Do you agree with this? Thanks so much for your teaching!!

  2. Hello Marcus, Question: What are Your thoughts on the Late Mo Normans swing and teaching please?
    Thanks in advance.

  3. TD Gil says:

    Thanks for all , question – when you address the ball you don't set the club behind the ball but hover it further away and also seem to be further away from the ball then what I often see. can you comment on this and how do you aim before you hit the ball . you are really helping me a lot – thanks

  4. Hi Marcus I notice with your particular swing teaching their is no classic trail side ‘heel away’ at the end of your swing. Not saying it is bad; but I now understand where you are coming from. Cheers

  5. great as usual. can you do a video on hitting down on the ball. I guess I am weird I can it up with my driver all day but really don't have a feel for hitting down with my irons I hit up on them or flat which means I have to right on or it is a bad shot. Oh your video on working on sand trap contact with the ball for full shots did help. Yesterday I hit a 7 wood clean from the sand but still slightly up. I guess I am a scooper and need to learn how to compress and deloft the club. I hit high shots with all my clubs.

  6. This is hands down one of the best golf teachers in the game. The instruction is so simple, clear, and freeing that it almost doesn’t even feel like instruction. Most people get so hampered down with swing thoughts and positions and pretty much anything that the industry tells them to do to better emulate the pros. Marcus relaxes you and insures that golf can be simple and natural without a ton of thoughts. Thanks for the great instruction. I finally feel like I’m on track with your principles.

  7. RScottsman says:

    This makes sense. I think this tip may help with my iron swing shots. It seems that I am mixing the driver swing technique with the iron swing technique. Recently, my ball flight on my irons (7-9 especially) seem higher, shorter and not having solid ball contact. Moreover, my driver swing seems to be doing fine.

  8. Do you grip trail hand in palm or five finger grip.

  9. mike hammans says:

    you do a awesome job of explaining the swing,i find that for myself its almost like i am on levels of comprehension,i can listen to a lesson several times and then all of a sudden it clicks or registers for me and that at point i can move forward to comprehend the next lesson

  10. Steve Schwab says:

    Swing the club correctly and your body follow. Is it that simple?

  11. Terry Hollis says:

    Hi Marcus . Does adding weight to the grip end of a Driver increase club head speed? Some say add 200grms. I know some Yonex drivers had lead in the grips. You can buy heavier grips. Moe used to put lead plugs into the grip end. I've tried it but I've got no way of measuring it. I still couldn't hit it out of the county. Thanks for all your content.😎

  12. Chi Therapie says:

    Hi Marcus, thanks for taking time to make these wonderful memories. Question: you’re clubface looks open in the set up. Is that because of the ball position to the back? Thanks 🏆

  13. For your chip shots do you prefer one hop and or roll up to hole or both thanks!

  14. David Parker says:

    Find your impact.

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