Train Your Takeaway February 20, 2013March 28, 2017 James Full SwingOld. → Click Here to Fix Your Takeaway ← Post navigation Impact TrainingFine Tune Your Chipping Stroke 17 thoughts on “Train Your Takeaway” Humphries on Hump Day !!! Love the tip. Love the presentation. Best regards, TJ Reply Thanks TJ–we will keep the Hump Day’s rolling. Reply Shawn, I watch every video that you send on Wednesday’s and actually forward them to a couple of friends. I know that it will help my game this coming season. Reply Thanks for the support Thomas! Reply Great tip..Can work on even in the office..Thanks, GMay Reply Gary–that’s the key. Need to touch the club everyday, even in the office. Reply Shawn – love the way you explain all aspects on how to improve your golf game. This is no different and excellent drill as always. Thank you Ray Manbert Reply Ray–appreiate the kind words. We will keep delivering the message. Sh Reply SHAWN,I ALSO WATCH EVERY VIDEO THAT YOU HAVE E’MAIL .YOUR VIDEO”S ARE VERY HELPFUL, GREAT TIP.I HAVE USED THEM IN PRACTICE. THANKS: RON Reply Thanks Ron–good to hear we are helping you with your game. Sh Reply NIce & simple TIP. That’s it. Thanks Shawn. More power. Reply Thanks Ricky! Sh Reply Hi Shawn, Great tip! There is an old saying once an opera singer starts out on a wrong note the rest is all down hill. I would like to ask you how does the swing takeaway differ from the putting back swing? Best regards! JL Reply John–that’s an entirely differnet lesson. Setup is completely different, however the principles are the same. Reply Shawn, I have a strong left hand grip and have a tendency to get the club too far inside on the takeaway. Do you recommend taking the club away with quiet hands and controlled by the left shoulder or do you simply swing the arms away and cock the club up? This fault has plagued me for years…. When I am playing my best, I make a nice turn back, keep my right shoulder quiet and swing. However, when my takeaway is too inside, this swing thought does not work. Reply Jeff– I would recommend that you follow “Train Your Takeaway” and not deviate from it. And eventually chagne your grip if you want to have more consistency. Reply Excellent drill I use often, especially during the winter “non-golfing” months. Thanks so much. Reply Leave a Reply to Gary May Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.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.