This video helps senior golfers or golfers who are less flexible learn how to improve their golf back swing. Whether its more distance and consistency you are after with your driver or simply want to have a pain free golf swing then this golf lesson may really help.

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I personally found learning the game too long and difficult in the early days. I read all the books, watched all the videos but my game was not improving. Then after studying various forms of neuro science, motor learning, psychology and personal development in less than two years I went from struggling golfer to the final stage of the Open Championship.

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Be prepared though. If its a quick fix you are after Im not your man. Here I will give you step-by-step advice that you can take straight to the practice ground and apply to the course but it will require you to get stuck in, screw up…a lot, practice some more and then watch those scores tumble

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  1. Great video Danny, just had to go and try a few moves out in my breezway, I don`t think the wife heard the bang as i hit the ceiling stretching for a full swing, soon be spring lol

  2. Swing it like you're cracking a whip….which it is. Stop the vid at 8:35/8:36. Look at that shaft "whipping" through the ball. Feel the centrifugal force in your hands as the clubhead "whips" through impact.

  3. I've gained 10-15yds by clearing my hips in the downswing, but
    I couldn't understand why it wasn't always working.

    The concept of me forcing a hip clearance rather than it being a result of something else never occured to me.
    Thank you Danny.

  4. You really should write a book!-just so I can take it to the range with me. I struggled for 2 hours today trying to get my swing back after back issues, hand surgery and turning 60. I finally put the phone against the ball basket and recorded. I went straight back-balanced, good grip, and as I went higher my left arm started bending big time-almost 90 degrees-because Ive been fixated on keeping left elbow tucked in. Left arm not bending is basically impossible for me with the rt elbow in. I noticed yours moved away. I know it's against the Hogan commandment but didn't seem to hurt Nicklaus. Not suggesting let it go crazy-just move a little. I developed the ability to get things quickly straight coming down but it involved straightening the left arm. Since I can't do it with the same timing every swing-I hit fat, thin, pull, slice and some dead straight. It's not casting way to the outside and cutting across but it's like casting on plane-drifting out sometimes a bit and who knows where the club is going to be at the bottom. Your video was just perfect for what I needed to see.

  5. Tried this out Danny. For me who has a one plane swing the last piece of the backswing which involves the stretch at the end was difficult to perform without the upper body moving off centre towards the trail leg – not a good thing and with the tendency for the head to rise.

    What has been of great benefit from this video and your other video on foot movement and weight transfer in particular does enable the ball to be hit further. I do think that a further video would compliment this on the leg action of the left leg – the wrong action, often seen is the left leg bending too much towards the trail leg and possible reverse pivot. My movement, which I hope is correct, taken from your video, means the left knee moves slightly to the right and forward.
    P.S. I have implemented your guidance on bunkers with the Pete Cowan grip and also pitching which has transformed my golf greatly. I owe you many thanks. Unfortunately, reducing handicap is not easy, but knowing the technique is sound is a good start. Merry Christmas, Mike, Filey GC.

  6. As a senior golfer I have been puzzled why a lot of my partners hit the ball further with what I believe are inferior golf swings technically. I believe after watching your heel, toe staying centred video plus this one that I have concentrated too much on a stable base i.e. no lifting of the heel on the backswing and keeping the belt line horizontal that this has restricted my backswing. After all many tour pros also raise in height on the backswing, as you are advocating in straightening the trail leg on the backswing. Will be trying this out tomorrow on the practice field and will comment further. Thanks, you are the best instructor on the web. Mike.

  7. Danny: Great video. I have been practicing per your video and it works. Part of my practice routine is to hit those perforated plastic golf balls in the back yard using all the clubs in the bag. In the process I have made some adjustments that work for me. (And may not work for others). I am left handed so I keep my left foot back and out with my right eye on the ball. In addition I have found that allowing my right heel to come of the ground in the back swing helps in taking the club back and that the return of the right heel to the ground assist with the follow through. One mistake I make is in gripping the club to tightly in the palm with my right hand and and firing the head of the club at the ball with my left hand. If I am lucky this only results in a hooked but playable ball. If I am not so lucky it produces a lost or out of bounds ball. When this happens it is a welcome and immediate reminder to hold the club in the fingers and lighten up on the grip. I only say this because we seniors, that could never understand why we had to tell our children over and over again the same thing, for some inexplicable reason need constant reminders .
    Patrick J. Logan

  8. Great video Danny easy to understand put that down to a good teacher who knows how to put his point over. in layman terms Could you play with the tee peg in the grip?

  9. Just discovered your videos and look forward to taking them to the course. I'm a senior using a 3 metal off the tee, because I have more distance and accuracy then with a driver. I don't feel like my swing is different and I have tried different drivers. Maybe these tips will be the magic.

  10. Thanks for posting such a great lesson. I just tried this at the range, and I'm not sure about distance yet, but I certainly struck the ball much much cleaner. I had been having problems getting my long irons elevated and the shoulder turn did the trick. Thanks gain for a very clear and very useful lesson

  11. What a fantastic lesson. I tried it on the weekend and immediately felt the pop off the face of my driver. Once the energy is stored it is easy to transfer the weight to a full finish. This will benefit any golfer regardless of their age and ability. Who doesn't like to hit long straight drives.

  12. Thank you, Danny. I'm a newby senior learning golf. After this particular lesson, I've improved dramatically. Im now able to use 5w with good accuracy n distance. I hv not yet progressed to a driver but can't wait to try it out!
    You're a good teacher.

  13. Danny, Your walking up to the ball tip is the most unique way of preventing us seniors from getting stuck in the mud on our heels. Well done sir. You have a new fan.

  14. I lost my swing after a three period not playing due to my wifes health started playing again but could only get 150 yrds off the drive now i am at 200-220 not bad for for a 72 year old

  15. Hee heee, love the walking illustration Danny. Why have i never walked to my ball to find my balance before instead of standing like a statue at the ball.
    I'm not a senior but put the torso turn and left heel of ground in backswing to practice at range and a definite difference. Will take it to the course next week.
    Thanks once again Danny.

  16. Danny, just came across this video and it was absolutely transformative for me. Based on the video, I found I needed to lean forward a titch more, (I thought my posture was fine). I also allowed my back leg to straighten up a bit on my back swing as you stated. I did find that my arms were able to clear my body better and I was able to get a bigger turn. I found I could square the club face at impact better. With a bit of a steeper swing, I also found that I am now hitting a higher trajectory shot (which I've wanted). To make a long story short, I've started shooting 9s under 45 again and I shot an 86 today…best round of the year…wish I had seen your videos previously…would have save me YEARS of aggravation!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!

  17. If there's a better teacher online or offline I'd like to know who he/she is. You're amazing because you don't teach without first explaining the reason, something I've found lacking in so many other places.

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