SLINGERGOLF – “L” Swing Drill

August 31, 2012 by  
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Golf Swing Lessons, Tips & Instruction - How To Cure Hitting Fat & Thin Shots

How To Cure Hitting Fat & Thins Shots www.swingmangolf.com Golf Swing Lessons, Tips & Instruction – How To Cure Hitting Fat & Thin Shots Learn how to cure hitting fat golf shots and also how to cure hitting thin golf shots. Hitting fat and thin golf shots is very common amongst amateur golfers. Being able to hit golf shots more consistently without hitting them fat or thin can lower your score dramatically. In this video Golf Instructor, Jaacob Bowden will show you how to hit more consistent golf shots without hitting the golf ball fat or thin. Leave a COMMENT if this video was of help to your golf game. Get Your Free Article “The 3 Keys To Distance” at http
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30 Responses to “SLINGERGOLF – “L” Swing Drill”
  1. SlingerGolf says:

    Thank you for the kind words. Yes, a players height effects where the butt of the club faces. The butt doesn’t have to point directly at the continuation of the target line, but it should be somewhat close, either closer or beyond the line.

  2. jkiene says:

    Ernie els, In his book, how to build a classic golf swing, says that the butt end of the shaft half way back points half way between his toes and the golf ball. Is that because he’s a tall person? Thanks for the vid!

  3. monkrph says:

    Where are u? Nice

  4. SlingerGolf says:

    I’m not sure this email will reach you but thank you for the kind words. Bruce

  5. sgmbarnes says:

    Good explanation of this important aspect of the swing, thanks! 

  6. the1jgroup says:

    Hmm.. Very good ideas.. I will try these.. I hope you put more Drill ideas in your videos to help implement and practice whatever your topic or lesson for the video/day usually is.. : ) Fantastic work with the tutorials! I’m a greatly appreciative avid amateur working to win tournaments soon too!

  7. the1jgroup says:

    Hmm.. Very good ideas.. I will try these.. I hope you put more Drill ideas in your videos to help implement and practice whatever your topic or lesson for the video/day usually is.. : ) Fantastic work with the tutorials! I’m a greatly appreciative avid amateur working to win tournaments soon too!

  8. SwingManGolf says:

    If you have a friend around, you can have them face you and hold the grip end of two clubs about 6 inches on either side of your head while you swing. If you bump the clubs, you’ll know you moved quite a bit.

    If you’re by yourself, a video camera can provide good feedback. Use things in the background as reference for how much you moved. Doing this actually helped me a lot.

    If you don’t have a video camera, simply focusing on keeping more stable can help. I’ve also done that too.

  9. the1jgroup says:

    What are some drills to eliminate excess movement?

  10. Taffman55 says:

    If you didn’t understand that…..you should take up knitting, and sell your clubs 🙂

  11. remmy100 says:

    huh…well, too bad for you. The tips he was giving were quite simple to understand. If you like I could reiterate for you, but i doubt i could be any clearer.

  12. parkerthehicks says:

    video quality sucks so i didn’t get anything out of this

  13. riverace7 says:

    This was an instuctional video on how to hit fat and thin shots. Someone should come out with an intructional video on how to cut the fat from these types of golf lessons.

  14. AaronWyatt100 says:

    loved this video, thanks for posting

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  16. StevieDminesapint says:

    Simple n obvious advice but putting it into practice for us amatures is adifferent thing,i’d just be happy to be able to get the ball moving in a straight fukin line!

  17. n2rev says:

    cant wait to hit the range n get rid of me damned slices n other nonsense…..

  18. st3mad19 says:

    thx, i will do! your a top man..

  19. jaacobbowden says:

    There’s a separate video about tension on the Swing Man Golf channel. Do a search for it and take a look. 🙂

  20. st3mad19 says:

    hi, i’m hitting fat alot! i think it’s cause i swing too fast and i am tense. is there a drill which can help me controll my speed and the tenseness.(if thats a word) 😉 this is my worst problem, everything else is going good.. thx

  21. st3mad19 says:

    hi, i’m hitting fat alot! i think it’s cause i swing too fast and i am tense. is there a drill which can help me controll my speed and the tenseness.(if thats a word) 😉 this is my worst problem, everything else is going good.. thx

  22. st3mad19 says:

    hi, i’m hitting fat alot! i think it’s cause i swing too fast and i am tense. is there a drill which can help me controll my speed and the tenseness.(if thats a word) 😉 this is my worst problem, everything else is going good.. thx

  23. jongkeunlee says:

    thank you.that is a great idea.
    i’ll try that.good day

  24. jaacobbowden says:

    There’s also a drill where you line up several balls in a row. You make a practice swing, then hit one of the balls, then make a practice swing, then hit one of the balls, etc…back to back to back. This can help you notice differences and establish and connect the same rhythm between the practice and real swings.

  25. jaacobbowden says:

    Hehe, yeah, that happens to a lot of people. You’ve made a good first step by recognizing what is going on.

    A few ideas…part of it will just be paying conscious attention to making your real swing the same as the practice swing.

    You might also take video of your practice swing & real swing so you can see yourself from a third party perspective the differences. Some people experience an ah-ha moment that enables them to better fix the problem when they see themselves from a different angle.

  26. jongkeunlee says:

    thanks for good advise.
    i have a problem hope you can help me.
    without a ball i am doing a beautiful swing. but once i see a ball my swing becomes f###.
    i know that i have to do relaxing or smooth swing. but i can’t.

  27. jaacobbowden says:

    Thanks. 🙂

  28. golf4ever1215 says:

    I tend to hit shots a little fat. I think it was due to his example of starting out well too the top then dipping my shoulder a tad. I used to be about a 7 handicapper, now due to problem fix i am a 4 handicapper

  29. jaacobbowden says:

    Hehe, indeeeed

  30. jaacobbowden says:

    Sure thing, no problem!

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