Developing your swing speed will have a huge impact on the overall distance you can get with every club in the bag. But what is the best way to train for more speed? We have worked with Hugh Marr to deliver a class to not only help add more speed to your swing but also help you understand the important concept of "Lag".
This class will help you add more distance to your game whilst maintaining good balance and posture in the golf swing. All of the drills found in this class are used with Tour players, club players and juniors and will help create good rhythm and timing whilst also increasing distance.
Whar are the key fundamentals of a good setup
How to choose the right equipment for you
How to create good, strong body movement in the golf swing
How your arms, body and club should interact within the golf swing
A selection of drills to practice and ultimately gain distance
This class include 10 instructional videos and loads of practice drills to support your training
Hugh works with Ryder Cup player Thorbjørn Olesen, European Tour winners Lucas Bjerregaard, Andrew “Beef” Johnston, Scott Jamieson and several other tour players.
Watch the interview of Hugh Marr
Hugh outlines the key lessons you will learn from this series, which will help make you add distance to your game
An outstanding in-depth interview with Master PGA professional coach, Hugh Marr. Hugh Marr is widely regarded as one of the world's leading coaches.
Learn how to choose the right equipment to suit your needs
Understand how to address the ball in a balanced yet powerful manner
Hugh demonstrates how good body movement should look and feel
Learn how your hands and arms should work in the golf swing to help promote good lag
The body is a key component in creating more speed. Learn how to use it correctly and enjoy the results
Help perfect your hand, arm and club behaviour with this great drill
Hugh shows how we can increase our club head speed with this simple exercise
What should you do at the range? Try this recommended practice session to add more speed and distance
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