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Trail Arm Shoulder Disassociation

This video will fix your slice by fixing the “Over The Top” swing fault and squaring the club face at impact.


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  1. Nz31tm

    Great drill guys. I’m still looking for some type of notification when you reply to a comment of mine. Something like a FB notification otherwise I have to look for previous videos I commented on to s…

    1. Andy

      Thanks for the comment. Let me send and email to the programmers now and I will see how we can do this. Appreciate e feedback. We want to make this as easy as possible for you.



      1. Nz31tm

        Thanks Andy.

      2. Nz31tm

        I thought I had a work around by simply making the video a favorite then viewing the video from favorites, but when I view the video from favorites there are not comments shown…possibly another issu…

  2. harrybark

    Great drill guys! This one is certainly straightening out my shots and giving me more distance at the same time. Since starting two years ago I shot my best score on Wednesday (gross 78) due to the h…

    1. Andy

      Hi Harry. Great work, well done! Happy to hear that your golf is improving. Keep it up and please let us know if you have any questions.



  3. William R.

    So you are actively closing the face with your forearms (rolling the wrist) instead of it just happening throughout rotation and golf swing? This is something I’ve tried to figure out for a while if c…

    1. Piers Ward

      Hi William, ok this depends on what you need. If you have a slice then we recommend more active thought and feel of the rotation through impact, this will help close the faces more. If you hook the …

  4. Eliezer M.

    Hi I struggle with a slice . If I rotated my forearm will it still allow me to lean the club shaft . I find it hard having wrist cooked backed right at impact and rotating forearms. Thanks for your h…

    1. Andy

      Hi Eliezer. Thanks for the comment. Yes you can still have the shaft leaning forward. You just have to make sure the club face is still good in the back swing. This will help your lean it forward. If …

  5. Eliezer M.

    I’m having a hard time understanding how to close the club face with wrist and yet lean the club shaft

    1. Andy

      Hi Eleizer. Have you looked in the “Early Release” swing fault?