Mark Egly, PGA Professional, Golf Swing Instruction

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Mark Egly, PGA Professional, provides instruction on golf swing.

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joe edert says:

This may be the worst golf video ever made

hdshawkfan says:

You made some great points, Mark. Keep up the good work!

joe edert says:

You got it all Mark. Do not know the golf swing and are a right-wing nut job. You need a good Golf book and learn your religion is a myth.
Rick Santorum? He does not believe in evolution and human causes for climate change. Good God!

Evan Moorman says:

he owns a driving range right out side my town and i go there at least twice a week and i just like to say that he knows what he is talking about and he is also a very nice man

Sean Song says:

You people are idiots, yes you do roll your right forearm AFTER you strike the ball. Look at anthony kims swing for instance, after he has made contact, he has started to roll his right forearm and it causes CONSISTENCY

joe edert says:

Thank you inspector. Newton's third law does not apply to what he is saying. His theory of the golf swing is nuts.

joe edert says:

Mark,
When do you start rolling the forearms? From the top of swing? Is it different if I hook ball more then slice? thanks

harry dorton says:

The club stops when you pull? Sure Mark

harry dorton says:

@ioswing You do not throw right arm at ball! Good God not in Golf baseball anywhere! Your lower body moves the arms downplane. Big muscles move small muscles. You are missing something.

harry dorton says:

@ioswing
You have got to be kidding. Good players at impact. Hands way ahead of ball and hips 30 to 50 degrees open. Rolling your forearms is nutty.

harry dorton says:

Ioswing,
What are you talking about?. Great players hands way ahead of club head at impact. That is a fact. Yes there is pressure in right forefinger. But the main power is supplied by gap between hips and shoulders.
You can not roll forearms that is absurd.

Mark Egly says:

Thank you ioswing!

Sincerely,

Mark Egly

Christopher Drew says:

@Bibich212, you seem to get a little too focused on individual explanations and miss the big picture. Instead, realize that statements like "forearms roll on their own" are relative to doing everything else correctly. If you "swing" back and through on "plane" gravity does take over during the release, if you let it. Plus, you can fire at the ball [during the release] with your right arm. Ever heard of the "trigger finger"? Also, the exaggerated "impact" you reference is done by no one.

Christopher Drew says:

This guy and a few people here are missing something. The reason anyone was ever told to "hold the angle" was due to the fact that they were "casting" or releasing too early [tips like this always end up as a misconstrued notion]. This guy is swinging properly. If you slowed this video down you would see that at impact he has the desired "angle". And although the hands and arms turn over automatically coming down [from a correct back-swing], you will add power with the right arm.

harry dorton says:

When you pull and hold the angle you are showing the impact of every great player.
If you had the impact position you would be a better player.

harry dorton says:

It is hard to watch this and not crack up laughing. A baseball hitter would never get ball out of infield if he threw right-hand at ball.

harry dorton says:

The clubface stops if you pull? LOL sure Mark.

harry dorton says:

This is painful. Nobody slices cause they use to little right-hand.
The big mistake is listening to Mark Egly instead of Ben Hogan,Homer Kelly,Ben Doyle,Mike Hebron,Lynn Blake and others who know the Golf Swing.

harry dorton says:

Sb Golf,
Mark implies the forearms roll on their own. That only should happen by rotation of body not on their own. Any sport big muscles move small muscles.

harry dorton says:

Sbgolf,
Please show me any sport where the athlete is trying to slow hips and then shoulders down. It does not happen.
Every great player their hips are wide open at impact and their right hand is not straight. The lower body and hips must start downswing and you should never ever slow them down.

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