Why You Should NEVER “Pull With the Left Hand” in the Golf Swing. This video talks about the difference between “leading with the left hand in the golf swing” and “hitting hard with the right hand in the golf swing”. You will learn where your REAL POWER comes from – hint: you probably guessed by the title that your power comes from your right hand (the dominant trail arm hand). Golfers have been taught to pull with the left hand and arm in the golf swing for a long time and it has resulted in golfers who lack consistency and power. Imagine, leading or pulling with your left hand when hitting a hammer into a nail! Do you use your weaker arm to do that? I bet you don’t!
Get your hammers out and prepare for an episode that will change your golf swing and golf game forever. Tired of low distance and poor contact – get your hammer out for this! Tom will show you how a SIMPLE HAMMER can teach you EVERYTHING you need to feel in the golf swing.
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I am Tom Saguto, PGA Member and founder of SagutoGolf. Thank you for visiting my instructional page where you can find how to get on the fast track to improving your golfing abilities. Whether you are a seasoned golfing veteran looking for a quick swing tune-up after an on-course emergency, or a beginner just looking to get the most out of your golfing experience, I am here to help you achieve your golfing goals.
My mission as your swing doctor is simple, to help you maximize your enjoyment in game of golf. Because, let’s face it, golf is a hard game.
My philosophy is wholly based on the student having a fun, meaningful experience in a frustrating and complicated game where potential lifelong golfers either quit because it is too difficult or that they experience some form of swing-related pain or discomfort. I mitigate these problems by focusing entirely on the student’s needs and goals while teaching a golf swing method that ultimately takes stress off of the common pain areas of the swing.
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