Perpetual Motion Super Drill; #1 Most Popular Golf Teacher on You Tube Shawn Clement

November 7, 2012 by  
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www.shawnclementgolf.com Shawn Clement, Director of the Richmond Hill Golf Learning Centre and top 25 CPGA TEACHER as rated by Score Golf Magazine, shows you how the Perpetual Motion Drill, in combination with other drills, helps with clearing the body, starting the swing, keeping the width in the swing and many others!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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25 Responses to “Perpetual Motion Super Drill; #1 Most Popular Golf Teacher on You Tube Shawn Clement”
  1. 09HDSofT says:

    Not to get more technical with such a basic idea but isnt this drill promoting the closed stance draw since your right foot isnt parallel to the target line?

  2. Jan Payne says:

    Thanks Shawn – I have lots of work to do – but I do feel a difference – I love the idea of the swing – nobody had ever mentioned that – simple! (The balls are still going straight for me – just a bit further!!) YOU ROCK!

  3. clemshaw says:

    Right on Jan! Way to follow the videos; congrats!
    Shawn

  4. Jan Payne says:

    I just got back from practicing this drill – 105 balls - I feel the difference!
    More distance and more club head speed!! Thanks so much!

  5. nizza594 says:

    Man, the way Shawn hits those 16 balls one after the other so crisp!! Absolutely inspiring!! Just wish I could get my swing so good, I’m a 10 handicap and been stuck there for the past 12 months 🙁

  6. qwerty009ish says:

    Shawn – in the perpetual motion drill do you stay “centered”, or do you use a “head behind ball” tilt. If you are centered, how does this relate to a normal swing – ie do you still recommend a tilt at address in the full swing? Thanks.

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    yea he did, number 3 was chunky soup

  9. muumakil says:

    Hi Shawn,

    as I know that this is an old video and maybe you wouldn’t check it again, I still have to correct you.

    You didn’t miss a ball 😉

    Excellent work, thank you very much!

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  12. theyounger75 says:

    If you don’t know now you know. Long story short. Been hitting poorly last two months. I watch your vids when I’m in a funk. Saturday couldn’t hit the ball at all I followed the instructions in this vid Wednesday shot my best round ever. Clemens you are the real deal. I feel as if I owe you some cash. I want to buy your DVD just to support what you do. Your analogies are top notch!

  13. clemshaw says:

    I have all kinds of videos for this; just type in “golf pro lesson…” then the subject like “arm motion” or “wrist hinge” or “leg and footwork”…if you get my new 5 disc dvd series, you will see everything in priority sequence with 2 different camera angles; incredibly thorough! Shawn

  14. mebagga says:

    Shawn, you always demonstrate practice swinging the arms and the club back and forth as if it should be second nature to us. We’re here to learn how to swing the arms and club back and forth, simply demonstrating it and saying the arms fall isn’t helping me. Can you break it down please? What are the hands, arms and wrists doing. When, where and how do they rotate for example.

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  16. clemshaw says:

    Yes of course!
    I just uploaded a video today that will really help; you will like the title…”golf pro lesson the insanity of Golf” 🙂
    Enjoy! Shawn

  17. hmdevelopment says:

    Hi Shawn,
    Thanks for your excellent videos…
    incredibly intuitive and practical … your “common sense” approach is a refreshment … you are truly one of a kind

    Question: I keep hitting fat shots, about 1-3 inches behind the ball … when i do this drill, about 25% of my swings hit behind the ball …. any thoughts?

    thanks in advance

  18. clemshaw says:

    Very humbling comment; thank you very much; but it is funny how you mention the very same guys who have helped in understanding half the equations of the golf swing! The other would be Da Vinci with his studies of the human body! I realized a long time ago how to bring them together in golf and continue to find better ways to communicate the feel of it; back to the lab! 🙂
    Shawn

  19. tickattack says:

    Shawn, you are like the Einsteirn, or Sir Isaac Newton of Golf.
    Five stars aren’t enough for you!

  20. clemshaw says:

    You Bet!
    Great comment! Thanks! Shawn

  21. sethisawesome says:

    it’s quite interesting to see this drill. several years ago i would obsessively video tape my swing, and i noticed when i took my practice swings without stopping my swing stayed on plane, unlike my actual swings. so then my goal was to replicate the feeling i was getting during those “nonstop” swings.

    it’s nice to see there was some merit in my little discovery 😉

  22. clemshaw says:

    Hey Dan;
    Same focus as in the “golf pro lesson swing plane” video and you can check out the “Golf Pro Lesson timing and tempo update” and “bilateral Golf swing” videos too;
    Shawn

  23. clemshaw says:

    Hello Again and sorry for not responding earlier; see my “golf pro lesson how much hit to apply” video
    All the best! Shawn

  24. hmvrulz says:

    u just need practice. keep doing it. and in no time you will be hitting the right spot. try to concentrate on your swing motion initailly than where you hit on the ground. once the swing is groved it wil come automatically

  25. hackfest4 says:

    Hey Shawn,
    When I try this drill I find it difficult to hit the same spot on the ground. I’m guessing it’s because I’m trying to hit it. Where should my focus be or what is the main thought here to keep the swing plane intact? Thanks.
    Dan

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