There are not a lot of human beings who can swing a golf club and relate to Kyle Berkshire — King Of The Long Drivers.
But today we have a treat for you. Our DogLegNews instructional guru Josh Koch shares a very enlightening session with Dr. Scott Lynn, who brings us some expert knowledge and analysis of what Berkshire does to generate super-human power with the driver.
There are a number of things that regular humans can look at and find keys to help their games.
First thing you’ll notice is that these videos were taken back when Berkshire used that rocking method in his setup — shifting his weight from front foot to back foot then from back foot to front foot, creating that “rocking” motion.
It gives an incredible feeling of what has to occur in order to properly transfer your weight in the golf swing. It’s a drill you can do in your living room, you don’t even need a club. It’s something you can do on the range as a drill before you hit shots. It’s a trigger mechanism and helps reduce tension in the golf swing.
And remember — as you learn to eliminate tension in the swing, you will find yourself producing more solid golf shots.
So take a few minutes and see what goes on in Kyle Berkshire’s swing.
It’s a nice education — and the key to golf is that we NEVER stop learning!
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