Inside Move May 1, 2013April 26, 2017 James Full SwingOld. Post navigation Square at ImpactTest Your Game 12 thoughts on “Inside Move” Hi Shawn, A impact what is the direction of the hips? Reply John– this an open ended question and truly base what direction the player is missing the shot. For the recreational golfer the hips need to be closed at impact. Reply SHAWN; THANK YOU FOR THIS ONE. IT JUST SO HAPPENS I AM TRYING TO HIT THE DRAW AND THIS IS MY GOAL FOR THIS YEAR. I HAVE HAD GREAT SUCCESS WITH A LOT OF YOUR OTHER TIPS. ONE IS WITH THE DISTANCE TO SET UP TO THE BALL AND NOW I HIT THE BALL MORE TIMES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE CLUB WITH THAT ONE, SO THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL YOUR HELP. Reply Delamr–great to hear!! Glad you are benefiting from our training. Reply I have your DVD,s Two Steps to a Perfect Golf Swing, and How To Build A Repeating Swing. I am doing well with the takeaway and back swing using the Two Steps. However, I am trying to use the Repeating Swing way to take the club back. Having trouble doing so. By the way, I also purchase your new DVD. Reply Cornell–once you master the Two Step take-away you can migrate into the How to Build DVD. Thank you for your business–you will love the new Repeating Swing Blue Print DVD. Its truly amazing. Reply I watched this video and went out to try it; amazing difference in my ball flight. My swing/arms were as relaxed as they have ever been when hitting a shot. One of the best lessons I’ve ever had. Thanks! Reply Mark–thanks for the feedback and glad you are repeating the benefits. Reply The BEST tip I ever had. I’ve been trying for years to get an inside out swing but could not do it. I didn’t know why. I was dropping my left shoulder although I didn’t feel like I was. After watching this tip I hit the ball 200% better and consistently. When I was at the driving range working on this I could see 95 % of the hitters dropping the left shoulder and were hitting the ball poorly. I cannot thank you enough!!!!! Reply Jerry–great news! Glad we the videos are helping. Reply All right, I see the logic of it. But how does it square with a turning of the hips that powers the arms. I seem to see the arms go first and the trunk following in your demonstration. Could you clear this for me? Many thanks in advance and keep up the excellent work. Michel wandel, brussels, belgium. Reply Michel–Don’t loose sight of what the lesson is about. It’s about creating an inside path and arc. The arc gives you the best opportunity to square the face. As I demonstrated–the recreational golfer uses too much body and needs to use more arms. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.