GOLF: How To Use Your Lower Body For More Power And Speed

My new golf school schedule is LIVE! If you’d like to join me in Bethlehem, PA for a two-day immersive golf experience, go to to learn more and schedule. If you are not able to join us in Bethlehem, PA check out That’s our online community where I work with golfers from all over the…

GOLF: How To Use Your Lower Body For More Power And Speed



My new golf school schedule is LIVE! If you’d like to join me in Bethlehem, PA for a two-day immersive golf experience, go to to learn more and schedule. If you are not able to join us in Bethlehem, PA check out That’s our online community where I work with golfers from all over the world. That’s where you can send in your swing and get feedback, priorities and direction to improve your game.

In this video I’m talking specifically about how to use the right side to generate more power and speed. I’m giving you three feels as well as a drill you can use to learn how to leverage the right side of your body in your golf swing.

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