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SMUGGLERS SWING CLUB – Promo Video

SMUGGLERS SWING CLUB – Promo Video

Official video from the first edition of SMUGGLERS SWING CLUB by The Smugglers Collective! Great party, great music and dancing and awesome atmosphere! Thank…

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  1. che gotino mqsto 🙂

  2. AHAPXuCTA123123

    Thanks! 🙂

  3. Music by:
    G-Swing – Sing Sing Sing
    Si Cranstoun – Reet Petite
    Swing Republic – Peas And Rice

  4. Swing Republic - Peas And Rice

  5. Like it so much!

  6. What’s the song in the end?

  7. We appreciate the kind words, gmonkey808.

  8. Thank you, gysgtallen1, for the kind words.

  9. good video. in fact very good video.

  10. Great tip!

  11. what makes a master instructor , master if someone like Luke Donald is not a master his words not mine, then what makes a master instructor. .
    Good instruction, to a student many thanks Chawi Chang Kane

  12. It might be that you just need to continue rotating your body through to the target.  As Grant describes this release, notice that his body continues to turn up through to his stable left side. When the body slows down or stops too soon, it can cause the club to flip, or rehinge, too soon.

  13. Hello airplaneking. Good players have many different looks past impact depending on grip, swing mechanics and shot shape. Since you are hitting the ball solidly and your club is back to 90 degrees out in front of you, it doesn’t sound like you are flipping through impact, but rehinging. If you “flipped”, your left wrist would be cupped and the shaft would be pointing well left of the target.

  14. I end up getting good contact with the ball at impact but by the time my arms get pointing to the target, the shaft is already 90 degrees upward. How can I feel the club going out to the target and stop flipping after contact with the ball?

  15. Thank you, James, for the kind words.

  16. James Bermingham

    Top Tip!

  17. Thank you for the kind words, tdelaify, and for subscribing!

  18. Great stuff, clear and concise. I subscribed

  19. I appreciate the feedback and the kind words, Justin.

  20. Clear and concise! Great video.

  21. Appreciate the kind words, jjgoldie.

  22. Thank you for the kind words, iClassicLake.

  23. much better than the 5min clip i just watched with a fool who think hes a pro good job on your short and sweet explinations

  24. i like this bloke, easy to understand great tips as well…!
    

  25. Sir, let me try to clarify release as simply as possible. First, you should NEVER feel tension in your hands, wrists and forearms, to do so will cause more mis-hits than you can imagine. You’ve got to get the feeling like your wrists are jello on the take-away and on the downswing, you’ve got to feel like you’re body is pulling your arms and hands and NOT the other way around. Check out Jackie Burke, “Secret In The Dirt” on releasing the club…good luck, or you can get a lesson from me in Vegas

  26. Another teacher that asks a great question not many people know the answer to, and he never came close to communicating it either. NOT ONCE does this self proclaimed guru even show what happens to the hands in this demo. Terrible instruction as is normal for teachers of this game, that take all your money and have no clue how to teach.

  27. The forward motion should start with a shift toward the target with the lower body as the arms settle down in front of the chest or hips. Then the rotation of the body and release can work together properly.

  28. Even Ben Hogan talked about shifting toward the target with his knees and hips, keeping his right hip and thigh behind his left as long as possible, then turning his left hip as fast as possible through the ball. Notice that when Grant demonstrates his motion through and past the ball, his arms are down in front of his body which allows his body rotation and his right arm extension to work together.

  29. If you are rotating your body through the impact area but still holding the club face open, your arms are probably behind in the sequence starting forward, possibly because you turn starting your forward motion instead of shifting. This is the classic statement that is made by the tour players and announcers that the arms and club are “stuck behind”.

  30. Thank you for your patience, jurr80. I’ll have to answer your question with several posts. Timing is an important aspect of the release. That timing may have to do with where the forearms actually rotate or with how the body and arms work together through the forward motion of the swing. The release does not need to be manufactured, but some may need to learn what a proper release feels like. This doesn’t sound like your issue.

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