NOW AVAILABLE FOR ALL GOLFERS
Bradley Hughes Golf Online Drill Series has helped dropped hundreds of strokes from golfer's handicaps - the world over- since it's inception.
As a former PGA Tour player. Two Time Australian Masters Champion and team member of the International Team for the inaugural 1994 Presidents Cup- Hughes from his playing experience and early teaching ideas developed a unique and more advanced way to help golfers work on the correct dynamics of the golf swing- that through diligent work and intentions changes the "golf muscles" used throughout the swing. These changes allow the golfer to be able to perform their swing motion correctly more often and more efficently- so the swing beomes them- void of force or of thought. The drill series is designed in a specific order of learning that enables the golfer the best sequence of learning that has proven to give the student the greatest chance of piecing the swing together into one complete package.
Videos in the series listed below:
Drill One- 4:30 entry path to impact- using rotation and hand velocity into the strike (available now) Download here: Bradley Hughes Vimeo On Demand
Drill Two- Footwork and legwork- understanding ground forces
Drill Three- Beyond impact and the Pivot- for power and control
Drill Four- The wrists and backswing options to aid with transition
Drill Five- The downswing and how we get right back to the 4:30 entry path
Drill Six- True swing plane and how to become your own best coach
Drill Seven- Ball position and alignment options based on your swing
Drill Eight- Shot shaping and trajectory control of ball flight
DOWNLOAD HERE: Bradley Hughes Online Vimeo On Demand
**Disclaimer: Purchasing or renting this video series is for information purposes only. Bradley Hughes will not engage with the purchaser with regards to instruction related to these videos. That right is reserved only for full series students who purchased the online series in its entire form with the intention of utilizing my feedback throughout the course. Enjoy the journey to better golf as you use Bradley Hughes as your personal coach to better scores and a better game....
The greatest golf show on Earth kicks off this morning when The European Team will try to keep the Ryder Cup in their possession with a 4th consectutive victory over a well fancied United States Team.
I rarely watch golf on television these days, mainly due to the saturation of events that are consistently on screen at any given hour come Thursday through Sunday on almost any week of the year- bar the Christmas period. I still like to watch the Majors- as that is a tradition I started long ago as a 12 year old- where I would set the alarm for an ungodly hour 4 days for 4 weeks per year to awaken and watch the best players in the world tackle Augusta National, Oak Hill, Baltusrol, Royal St Georges and all the other Championship venues as the players searched for individual glory and the right to be forever declared a Major Champion.
I will still watch The Majors to varying degrees of time but not religously like when I was young and was fully intrigued by these amazing courses so far away on the opposite side of the world. There is one event I do not ever miss however...and that is The Ryder Cup.
Over the past few weeks I have uploaded many lessons- thoughts- pictures to my Instagram account.
Be sure to follow me there to view information I won't be posting in other social media areas.
I will also offer great opportunities such as free online lessons and in depth golf swing guidance in the upcoming weeks and months...
@bhughesgolf..... the best golf insight available- directly from my PGA Tour experience and from my coaching/playing/talking with the finest players in the game.
It is a great pleasure to announce that I have re-signed with SECRETGOLF to be their specialist coach in upcoming videos over the next 12 months.
SECRETGOLF will be the internet's number one venue for the best golf information you will find to assist you in becoming a better player.
SECRETGOLF was formed by Australian golf star and Major Champion Steve Elkington in conjunction with Mike Maves a YouTube sensation with his Sevam1 videos explaining some of the myths of the golf swing. Masters Champion & PGA Champion and World Golf Hall of Fame member Jackie Burke Jnr- Elkington's mentor throughout the past 30 years in Houston Texas- serves as a special insider to the golfing greats of the past with his priceless insights.
As the specialist coach I now join tour players such as Jason Dufner- Pat Perez- Jason Kokrak- Colt Knost- Kevin Kistner- Stacy Lewis and a host of other PGA players to help bring you the greatest golf information straight from the tour to enhance your game and make you the golfer you always wished to become.
Each week tonnes of new videos will be added regarding the golf swing- the short game- the mental game- course management- practice and preparation insights.... just about anything related to helping you become a better player- we will provide it.
Go to SecretGolf.com to sign up. Its your one stop site for all things golf
Experience Counts!!!! And thats what we offer at Bradley Hughes Golf & Secret Golf
What is the most important aspect of striking the ball straight and with power?
This is the point in the swing where the ball is struck.
Where the clubface is pointing - combined with the path of the clubhead and the angle of descent of the clubhead and the speed of the clubhead at the moment will very much determine the outcome of the shot being played.
There are many differing thoughts about impact and especially how to achieve it. Let me show you what I know and how I believe through my own experiences it releates to 100% of the best players who ever played the game.
The golf ball can ONLY do what it is told to do - so the better we get to impact the greater the chance of a successful result.
Quality of strike is the number one goal initially for a golfer. IF we can strike the ball solidly time and time again then we open up a full playing field of improvements that will eventually work into our game- being but not limited to direction of the shot and distance of the shot and importantly hitting each club the same distance each time we swing it.