How to Swing a Golf Club : Using the Golf Dance to Improve Your Golf Swing: Part 1
How to Swing a Golf Club : Using the Golf Dance to Improve Your Golf Swing: Part 1


Hello I am Arthur DeBolt on behalf of Expert
Village. We are going to go through the six parts of the golf dance. I call it the golf
dance because it’s part of the movements of your body to dance to the swing. So you
already know address and how to setup and where to put your feet for index. So what
we are going to do is sit in this position, with your arm pressing against your ribcage
for control, and you are going to set your feet so that your this toe is closer than
this toe, and you are going to have this arm sit against your chest and this one is going
to be folded a little bit. The first thing you want to do is to control the club in such
a way that, first you move to this position where your club face is out and front of your
toe, that is the position number 2. So address is position 1, up in front of your toes is
position 2, and this is position 3. Ladies, you will notice that I have turned my shoulders
sufficiently, so that when I raise my arm, I am raising it alongside of my breast instead
of crossing my breast, trying to get above or below it, so you want to be short, turn
your shoulders so that your hands stay right in front of you, and that your club goes straight
up and down along side of your pectoral. So that it is rested against your ribcage at
this point. That is the first three steps, and we will go into yet next three steps in
a later video.

2 thoughts on “How to Swing a Golf Club : Using the Golf Dance to Improve Your Golf Swing: Part 1”

  1. brianmcg321 says:

    Is this the Golf Machine?

  2. rono8275 says:

    Go to Brian Sparks Easiest Swing in Golf. Julian Mellor is his best licensed instructor. Much easier – turn and turn. Don't have to go to another video. Turn back, turn through, relaxed, no stress or tension. Do yourself a favor and check it out. I use it and highly recommend it to all my golf students.

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