Most golfers have the horrible habit of what is known as the "flying elbow" when it comes to the top of the backswing. It's almost "natural." It's also the reason most golfers slice. the "dishes on the tray" (in this case a glass) drill will cure you of this problem in a matter of seconds.
You don't nee a tray of dishes. Use a golf ball, a clip board, your significant other's chrystal salt and pepper shakers, and in seconds you'll learn the correct poistion of your back arm position at the top of your backswing. Be careful ...
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Good hearing from you Bill.
MOving along smartly with everything. Videos and new book out within a week or two. We’re also going to launch an on-line, weekly golf show with instruction, some humor, etc. so keep eyes on the web site for all the info.
Hope to see you next season.
I haven’t been in touch for a while, but I’m still a big fan. I enjoy and benefit by the Mirror Image videos. The concept is terrific. I’m looking forward to the full swing videos and he new book. “On the Other Hand” is, in my opinion, the best instruction book (left or right) yet!
Great to hear that and thanks.
We’re almost done with the editing of my first full swing videos and new book so stayed tuned to the site and keep me informed of your progress.
I was very pleased to find Steve’s book and reading it has been a joy. As thousands of other satisfied lefties have attested, we don’t have to transpose the words ‘left’ and ‘right’ when deciphering a lesson. The book is simply remarkable.
I have been able to apply many of his lessons and it does make a difference; There are too many instances to list, but suffice it to say, I have learned more from Steve’s online tutorials and his book than any teacher to date. Please keep posting these teaching videos. Thanks for all the help you’ve given.