You’ve NEVER Had This Lesson Before (BUT YOU DEFINITELY NEED IT!)

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Ok, maybe there are SOME golf instructors who are teaching this lesson – but I can assure you, they are in the minority! And if you’ve been fortunate enough to be shown how to move this way, then you are most definitely in the minority, too!

The blending of Extending, Tilting, and Turning has been the way good golfers move for generations.The basic movements of the golf swing were clearly defined and described by Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett of Stack & Tilt when they published their book “The Stack and Tilt Golf Swing” back in 2009.

Knowing HOW TO MOVE is the KEY to training the correct movement patterns. Knowing WHERE TO finish the swing builds a foundation to the golf swing that is present in ALL GOOD golfers, and CONSPICUOUSLY ABSENT in poorer ones.

The GOLFTEC SwingTru Study proves how the movements patterns that good golfers demonstrate are more similar to each other, than different. Equally, poor golfers move in a predictably POOR way – it’s what defines them as poor players!

This video tackles the specific details of HOW TO MOVE from impact into the follow-through and should be applied by ALL GOLFERS, from beginners looking to build their swing to more established players looking to be more consistent.

The Stack and Tilt GRID is built onto the mat using the TEE CLAW product https://teeclaw.com

Online lessons available – http://www.robcheneygolf.com/online-lessons.php

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