When it comes to making swing changes or working on your golf swing, there’s no surefire recipe for quick improvement.
But one thing you can do to accelerate the process, ironically, is to slow things down.
In this video segment, Brad Brewer shows you a drill that the great Ben Hogan used, and it’s an excellent way for you to feel what’s going on during your swing and ingrain any changes you might be trying to make.
So try making some swings in super slow motion the next time you’re on the range or even at home. The feedback you’ll get will be invaluable.
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