The Golf Swing Weekly Fix Swingyde Clubface Control and Chicken Wing

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The Golf Swing Weekly Fix Swingyde Clubface Control and Chicken Wing with Mark Crossfield AskGolfGuru PGA Professional. Mark talks in this weeks show about how teaching aids like the Swingyde can help your practise sessions and golf game. Mark helps more golfers with their swings, helping with club face control on the backswing and the ever ocular fault the chicken wing. Mark helps golfers from around the world with simple and easy to follow golf instruction and lessons.


robo931 says:

Swingyde! Looks like that could help me with my backswing. Sold!

mcdijnh2 says:

Any tips on how to hit the bump and run Mark? Usually a safer bet than hitting a pitch shot with a wedge.

Geoffrey says:

Hay mark the videos are great but I have a 9.5 degree drive and I can’t get any distance it just goes up and only goes 240 yards It has no role but it’s not spin it’s can you please help thanks

Chris Downing says:

Check out Jim Waldron’s videos – he also suggests using this aid to help achieve what he teaches – up and down cocking – not sideways hinging and left wrist breakdowns.

theMANxGOLFER says:

This video is so important because it is made by a teacher showing an effective training aid. Most videos like this are informercials by the company selling the product. I would like to see more videos displaying the training aids that have had the most success in your lessons.

Yelnik McGwawa says:

Corner – Corner – Flat – Corner

Joel Wesley says:

Great instruction, great teaching aid. I’m really learning something here!

golfomio says:

@silowhore We want no Mrs Slocombe jokes here!

Torsten Nielsen says:

Can Swingyde be used to develop more lag?

supergolfdude says:

Nice lesson here, Crossie. I’m going to work on this tonight.

DanOnYouTube says:

I’ve got the swingyde. It’s a pretty good tool.

Zack Morgan says:

Great Vid! 

Rudy Singh says:

Simple and clear. Makes a lot of sense.

alwill says:

Excellent communication. Clear instruction. Well done mark.

Three Jab says:

Great video Mark! This really helped me understand the relationship between my wrist hinge and club face, and also introduced me to a great training aid. Thanks.

Made In Machines says:

Thanks. I have no idea what’s going wrong with my swing as I don’t have eyes in the back of my head and don’t really know how a correct swing should feel. I’ve got a huge terrible slice – just with my driver and long irons really. It seems to be much worse in play than at the range for some odd reason. Sometimes putting a pack of cigs about 0.5m behind my ball helps. It’s really ruining my enjoyment of golf and I don’t want to spend £20 for half an hour on lessons.

Mark Cox says:


Derek Wilson says:

A ghost opened that small door

Ian Simcox says:

4:46 Clangggggg off a pole. Get a swingyde to that golfer

bebo7002 says:

Could you do a review on the ping i20 driver

mcdijnh2 says:

20 squid from Scottsdale Golf. Bosh. Will pick one up Saturday morning.

Simon Jenvey says:

What do you think of the swing setter or the swing setter pro? I’ve heard a lot of people thought it was a bit of a gimmick,

golfomio says:

It escaped in the nike of time. I think it was after the rip shaft.

McKayla Jones says:

Video is ok — there are actually several things you can use this golf aid for that you didn’t mention. This golf aid also allows you to check if you have the right grip ect…. Lots of things you didn’t mention – you should do your research if you really consider yourself an expert in explaining how golf swing aids work.

Mox_au says:

a bit like the guy from are you being served

Rodolfo Valadez says:

Hello sir. I have a couple of questions to ask you. The first question is what training aids do you recommend? Why I ask? I consider myself a beginner and I only have 2 months of experience and don’t know much about what products work. Second question how do you go about finding a top notch golfing coach? I see a lot of reviews of a variety of pga coaches and what concerns me is that most of the reviews are by novices.And what does a top notch golfing coach look like? And I just thought about it what does a good coaching SESSION look like?

CoastaMonsta says:

I hate this thing… It’s probably good to use , but when you do it wrong it hurts like hell because it’s pretty much a stick of plastic being stabbed into your forearm…

Dennis Whitaker says:

My problem has been swinging with a closed club face and not hinging the club. I was told by one PGA pro to get the Swingyde and “get the little flange onto my forearm as fast as possible” in the back swing. Feels very wristy to me. What do you think?

Steve Sur says:

Hi Mark–love your site and lessons!!! Just got the Swingyde a day ago and it is great. It is a really simple tool to use and it works!!

Cudjoe Wms says:

Mark, the only swing aid that Tiger Woods has ever suggested using is a weighted club. Would you please consider doing a brief video on the proper use of a weighted club?

I use my Momentus Weighted Swing Trainer with the Swingyde attached around the house and it helps a lot since I don’t always have the time to make it to the range.


golfomio says:

Did you see the ghost come out of your cupboard at 8.06? Lol

Noah Schneider says:

what if you don’t open or close the club face when you hit, missing your target is just as simple as you weren’t aiming in the right spot, should i still get the swingyde thing, cause i don’t have a problem, at least i don’t think i do, should i or not

UcanThnkItuCanDoit says:

When you are making contact with the ball, all or most of your weight is on your back foot. try to tee the ball lower and throw your weight from back to front foot, with a turn, not a sway.

Mox_au says:

@golfomio was it a taylormade ghost? O.o

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