Online golf instruction has come a long way in the past few years. I’ve tried out a number of different sites, but here are the two that I would recommend.
Generating power in the golf swing is all about using the big muscles of your body (rather than the hands and arms), fully coiling in the backswing, and properly shifting your weight to the lead side on the downswing.
And that’s what the Rotary Swing (now the Rotary Swing Tour) is all about.
Chuck Quinton, the founder of RotarySwing.com walks through everything you need to know to develop a modern, tour quality, rotational swing.
His videos are easy to follow and break everything down into bite size chunks, with each section of the swing having numerous drills to follow.
You can sign up for free to watch a number of videos, but I would definitely recommend upgrading to a full membership. In addition to a ton of videos and tutorials, you’ll also get a monthly video swing analysis included in your membership.
Check out a full rotary swing review here.
PGA golf professionals Piers Ward and Andy Proudman cover everything you need to know about the golf swing — from the fundamentals, to fixing swing flaws, and curing slices or hooks.
Their instructional videos and drills are simple to follow, and perfect for the beginner golfer.
You can sign up for a free 30 day trial here.