Rotary Swing 2.0 – Lesson 1

So, I’ve been working on the Rotary Swing 2.0 concepts into my lessons and wanted to share with you some video of the first official “Rotary Swing 2.0” lesson that I gave. He is a high handicapper, as evident by the first two baseline swings you can see in the video. His posture at address had him way out on the balls of his feet with a very rounded spine making it impossible for him to swing in balance and make decent contact. After 15 minutes of work, I think you’ll be impressed by the change in his posture, swing and balance.

Now take a look at the video:

Author: Chuck Quinton

Author: Chuck Quinton is the founder of Rotary Swing Golf, a biomechanical and physics based approach to learning a safe and powerful golf swing. He was the first to online golf lessons and developed the first online golf instruction website.

6 thoughts on “Rotary Swing 2.0 – Lesson 1”

  1. Yeah, looks OK to me but what do I know? I am waiting for Steve Wozeniak to weigh in first. He’s apparently tied up with Tiger trying to keep him from flipping his hands in the release.

  2. “Are you ready for RS-2.0?” Dearest Chuck, I don’t believe the “Readiness” issues are on this side of the equation, my man. =) We’ll be ready when you get back from goofing off in St. Louis.

    BTW, this guy in the film called me tonight: Wanted to know if he was going to get a partial refund. Seems he paid for a full hour and he was HEALED in 15-minutes. One of those “Greg Lessons,” you know?

  3. Hi,
    I am a former member, and I am not ready to sign up yet. Not yet. But I’ll give you something to think about in the meantime. I have noticed that many players are briefly bending their knees in the downswing. It is hardly noticable. It is not mentioned in the literature! I think it gives an extra kick when reversing the downward momentum to an upward momentum, at the right time. Like a whip lash. The center of rotation moves up just prior to impact. This mental image has helped me to improve my follow through. On the other hand, I am better in physics than in golf ;-(

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