First things first. I told you all I was going to ask a favor. So if I have helped your golf game, or just made you laugh a few times, please email all of this week’s posts and videos to all of your golfing buddies.
Some will be helped by them, some will have “A Ha!” moments, while some will disagree with most of what I say but find that one snippet of info that makes things easier for them.
If nothing else, they will stay to throw virtual vegetables at me in the comments section like the audience used to do at bad Vaudeville acts.
I have been doing this for a year and a half. I want more fun and shorter rounds on the course. That will lead to better golf.
Now, on to my release series. I hope you enjoy it and treat it this way. If you can find one thing in 5 days that helps you simplify your approach, it was worth it.
I have gotten dozens of emails telling me that my idea of a proper release is just a cast. That makes sense that people may think that because if adding/holding lag is the opposite of a cast, ergo an earlier release would be classified as a cast.
As I have said many times, a cast and ACTIVELY holding and adding lag are the same thing. Bad releases. So this video will show, in very clear terms, why an earlier release is not a cast.