#138 Web TV: 2 Piece Golf Swing

2 Piece Golf Swing

What are we going to talk about today?

Well, we are going to be looking at a way to create a consistent golf swing and we are going to do it in 2 pieces.

You can go and hit the range as soon as you’ve seen this video and you will know exactly what to do to create the consistent golf swing.

Today, I thought it would be really important to show you what I call a 2 piece golf swing, simply because what I find with people coming to me for lessons… or I am seeing it a lot out on the golf course when people are playing comp… or social…they are really struggling to create the repetitive feeling in their golf swing and also a consistent result in hitting the balls nice and straight.

It’s simply because they are not getting the feel of their swing right, they’re not sure what they need to be doing and they are really struggling.

I’ll give you a quick example before we do it.

If someone was to come and have a hit, play golf, because that’s what we’re here to do, is to play golf. When they play the ball what tends to happen is when they get excited or when they get anxious or when they get nervous, or whatever, when things start to come together, what tends to happen is we then start swinging faster.

When we start swinging faster, do you know what happens, your golf swing starts to go off because you get excited, even though things are starting to work really well, you actually start to perform not as well, your performance level starts to drop.

That simply because you’re not controlling your action and you’re not controlling your emotions in your action.

What we’ll do here, is a 2 Piece Golf Swing.

The golf swing will work this way:

1.We go back and then STOP

2. Come down and hit the ball. Nice and slow. We’re creating that favourite word in golf, consistency.

I’ll show you what I mean. Go back, ONE then come down slowly and then go TWO.

The thing is that we don’t want to go any faster than that.

What happens when we go faster than that, once we’ve created a nice easy rhythm in the swing? We start to lose the swing. We want to recreate the same feeling again.

Doing it again, ONE, TWO. What we’ve got is a very similar golf swing and a very similar result with the ball.
You saw the first two swings. What you saw was a nice back, ONE, and then we had a nice easy TWO.

What we want to do it to make sure we repeat that golf swing over and over and over again.

That’s our 2 piece golf swing, nice and easy. I want you to go and practice it out on the golf course.

I’d love you to leave me a comment and share with me about what you liked best in today’s video and also, that you are going to hit the range and practice. I’d love to hear how you go with your practice.

Have an absolutely awesome day, take care, and remember; Tee it high and Let it fly.

To your golfing success,
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Tiffany Mika

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About Tiffany Mika

Tiffany Mika is incredibly passionate about golf and shares with you her knowledge about the game. She shows how you can have an exciting a life when you learn to play golf as you can travel the world playing exotic destinations and meeting lots of fantastic people who all share the same passion for golf.

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14 Responses to #138 Web TV: 2 Piece Golf Swing

  1. Rhonda February 16, 2017 at 9:44 am #

    How true! I had a lesson with Tiff on Tuesday and what she has talked about in this video is exactly what I was doing when I became excited especially after hitting a few “tee it high” shots. It is so important to take the rush out of the swinging through section. I will be applying her tips at the golf range today and I will continue to try to remember not only the advice from this video but turning my hips, keeping my head down- ……. the list goes on.
    Thanks Tiff for your great tips and encouragement.

    • Tiffany Mika February 21, 2017 at 10:57 am #

      Hi Rhonda

      Yes it was the best session you have had to date. Which is really exciting to see all your hard work and dedication come together.

      And yes definitely take the rush out of the swing for sure… don’t panic, stay cool, calm and collected.

      Keep the practice going and don’t overload your mind too much with information.

      Tiff 🙂

  2. Dave O'Neill February 17, 2017 at 7:31 am #

    Hi Tiff! Great tip and swing thought nice and easy, 1 and then 2, not too fast.

    Sorry to no responses, been sick the last 3 weeks with a bad head cold and sinus infection. Hopefully better next week. All of us haven been sick, including Dana and Anne.

    I still read about golf and can’t wait to get out again on the course. This will be the year for all of us.

    Picked up a used copy of Arnold Palmer’s ‘Play Great Golf’ book and it is so helpful. Like you, boils it down to 5 fundamentals and then just practice, practice. He is such a generous writer.

    Best, David

    • Tiffany Mika February 21, 2017 at 11:01 am #

      Hi Dave

      Yes long time no hear! The swing needs to be less complicated and more achievable, hence this will give golfers something to focus on.

      I hope you, Dana and Anne are feeling much better this week… the winter colds (not fun). 🙁

      Make the theme for you this year “The Year Of Golf!”

      Glad to hear you enjoy Arnold Palmer’s book I haven’t yet read that one… but will look forward to reading it in the future.

      Have a wonderful week 🙂

      Tiff 🙂

  3. Mary-Jane Ursu February 20, 2017 at 7:23 pm #

    This lady is an awesome teacher and a true professional and I must say ALWAYS positive! I am playing Tuesday Stableford and Wednesday Par…so this will definitely be part of my pre-shot routine and stroke. Thank you so very much Tiff for all your help.

    • Tiffany Mika February 21, 2017 at 11:02 am #

      Hi Mary-Jane

      Thank you so much for your kind words.

      Love to hear how you go adding this into your pre-shot routine and stroke.

      Always a pleasure MJ!

      Tiff 😉

    • liz ellery March 14, 2017 at 5:54 pm #

      You give me great tips which are slowly coming together. But your tips certainly inspire me to keep trying

      • Tiffany Mika March 15, 2017 at 2:51 pm #

        Hi Liz

        That’s fantastic to hear… well done.

        Just keep working at it.

        Tiff 🙂

  4. Therese February 22, 2017 at 4:35 pm #

    Hi Tiff. You will be pleased to know I used your 2 piece swing together with the hip turn you taught me about in my lesson last week and I won C grade!

    I just let my arms fall with the natural turn of my hips and together with slowing down the swing it really helped achieve clean contact and straighter drives. Thank you so much. Theresw

    • Tiffany Mika February 24, 2017 at 12:19 pm #

      Hi Therese

      How exciting is that to win C Grade after coming all the way to see me for a lesson, then you pieced it together beautifully.

      Just keep working on it 🙂

      Tiff 🙂

  5. Jill Barnes February 28, 2017 at 10:48 am #

    First what I loved was the back ground scenery. Your explanation of why you loose consistency even if you are playing well. So spot on I can see & feel it as you explained it. An awesome bit of advice and a really good drill to correct it and build the feel. Thank you again.

    • Tiffany Mika March 2, 2017 at 9:03 am #

      Hi Jill

      Yes the scenery is just a priceless isn’t it? It’s my favourite place to do videos.

      Thanks for the feedback about my tips. Looking forward to hear how you go with building the feel in your swing.

      Tiff 🙂

  6. Carmel Butcher April 2, 2017 at 9:46 am #

    Hi Tiff, love watching your segments, I have finally got back to golf (5 years) since having had spinal fusion & 2 operations on my right shoulder. First week was ordinary & then the weekend game improved for the first 9 as I remembered to count 1 2 but then on the back 9 I got a bit cocky & you can guess what happened, I play left handed ( even though I’m really right handed ), wish I lived closer to come & have a one on one lesson with you. You explain everything so simply – thanks & I will practice-practice. Look forward to more tips – Cheers Carmel

    • Tiffany Mika April 5, 2017 at 6:21 pm #

      Hey Carmel

      Congratulations on making it back to the golf course. Don’t be hard on yourself, enjoy being out there after all you have been through.

      Yes as soon as you get cocky… say no more… just play steady should be the focus.

      Interesting you play left handed – I get a few players who are the opposite.

      Where do you live?

      Tiff 🙂

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