Dropping hands

This is something that is not talked about too often and is a huge problem among many golfers. It gets people stuck, causes big blocks, late flipping hooks and even the dreaded “El Hozel.”

There is such a huge movement toward swinging inside/out and lagging the club, no one sees this as a huge problem…and it is.

Peter, are you listening? ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. Peter Balogh

    Naah you did not dare to say Peter! Yeah OK thatโ€™s me I get it. I am too talented to hosel it though. LOL

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  2. Peter Balogh

    And another thing whos the guy in the trousers? We want Cargoman back!

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  3. Schmiddi

    Peter, Monte already earns that much money with his new teaching site, that he is able to have employees. This is not Cargoman, he only looks like, a little bit!

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  4. Roger Kramer

    Ok, what is the cure for dropping the hands?

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    • Monte Scheinblum

      The general answer is make a proper shoulder turn and a make a proper release.

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  5. SteelyDan

    Monte,

    how about the idea of exeggerating movements? If a player is suffering an over the top move, shouldn’t he try to drop hands extremely (feeling) just in order to improve a little (reality)?

    Cheers,

    SD

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  6. SteelyDan

    Oh and furthermore, I’d like to hear your thoughts on the so called one plane swing (as shown by Singh), which doesn’t require handdropping by definition. Shouldn’t that simplify things for the average bloke?

    SD

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    • Monte Scheinblum

      I hate discussing one and two plane swings because people will try and pigeon hole themselves into one.

      My idea is work n fundamentals and your body will work into one of them automatically.

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      • SteelyDan

        Understood, thanks. Will keep working on my arm extension and shoulder turn then…

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