“The Timing-Free Automatic Transition”
This video and article covers how to develop a seamless timing-free transition by:
– Allowing the hands to react to the free momentum of the club head, and
– Allowing the arms to be articulated by the hands’ reactions to the club head’s momentum, and
– Allowing the body to react to the arms.
Our Croker Golf System handle-first [club head last] take-back and the resulting back-SLINGING of the club head gives the club head its own free momentum.
> Then we allow that action from the free momentum of the club head create an automatic kinematic sequence that,
– first articulates the hands;
– so the hands’ movements articulate the arms;
– and the body reacts to the arms’ movements.
[For a refresher on kinematic sequence, see MGS blog series covering my swing’s Kinematic Sequence Report.]
Amazingly, I’d even say miraculously,
> allowing the club head to move how it “wants” to move [free momentum], creates
> this kinematic sequence of actions that the hands/arms/body wants to do,
> to automatically create an inside-to-out swing path toward the ball [A to B],
> in order to reflexively-instinctively deliver a square club face to the ball [covered in Episode 2 – Physiology of Impact]].
This V-log concludes our “Let’s Make Golf A Reflex Sport – Practical Physiology Series”.
The concurrent MGS V-log Series, ”The Miraculous Series – A Thinking-Free [Timing-Free] Golf Swing Comes From Really Knowing And Embracing The Realities [Versus The Illusions] Of The Golf Swing” will be the focus going forward with a new format;
> Each V-log will be followed the next week with a Questionnaire geared toward growing and deeply rooting your ball-striking IQ.
Signing off for now.
Questions? Comments? Feel free to reach me at TWilliams@MyGolfingStore.com
Yours In Better Ball Striking Through A Timing-Free Transition,
Ted Williams, Certified Instructor – Croker Golf System