Swinging slightly toward the follow side, and using the recoil, the shoulders (body) are twisted to the top.
After the head has lightly touched near the left shoulder (side) at the top, by stepping in with the left foot, the down swing gets started.
Increasing speed gradually, swinging while switching to the left and right is repeated about ten times.
Without stopping at the location of the address, the swishing sound is loudly made immediately after impact of a large swing whereby one is aware of the axis.
The driver is held immediately thereafter, and one practices swinging with it using the same rhythm as used for
Swing Pro, two or three times.
One will feel the shaft being extremely soft, and will experience the sensation of the head running.
Swinging slowly while feeling the inertia of the club
If the grip is strongly held or there is too much strength in the upper half of the body, it would become easier to hit by hand. Without depending on the strength of the arms and hands, one should use one’s back and abdominal muscles while maintaining a solid forward-leaning posture, and perform repetitive large swings switching to the left and right, slowly, using a fixed rhythm and tempo.
Quickly turning at the top
When the head section lightly touches to the left side at the top, that signals the beginning of the down swing.
Without trying to bring the club down with the arms, down swing with the lower half of the body leading. Also, when practicing swinging the club, one should be aware of swinging with the perspective of shaking the body’s centre of gravity to the left and right with the lower half of the body guiding the process.
Being aware of the impact
When practice swinging, always be aware of the impact (the location of the ball).
Hitting the rubber tee at the golf range is very efficacious (except for the indoor model).
If the swinging is done without awareness of impact, one becomes prone to “slicing” resulting from one’s bodily habits.
Repeat swinging Swing Pro approximately ten times, and in turn, hitting two or three balls.
Hand-hitting and body turn
If the swinging is done with the arms alone while stopping the motion of the lower half of the body, hand-hitting will happen, of which case the head and bodily motion will not harmonize. If the arms are moved too much and Swing Pro (the grip) becomes off-centre with respect to the body, the head will strongly hit various parts of the body.
For the ideal top, the head section should lightly touch near the left side (left shoulder). The body-turn’s finish should be such that the head section should lightly touch the near the right side.
When the head section lightly touches to the left side at the top, that signals the beginning of the down swing with the lower half of the body leading.
Also, when practicing swinging the club, one should not twist the upper part of the body; one should be aware of swinging with the perspective of shaking the body’s centre of gravity to the left and right with the lower half of the body guiding the process.
A shaking-off finish
Swing so that the timing of the swishing sound is the loudest immediately following impact. After the impact the left wrist is not folded, but one should be conscientious of the sensation of having both arms getting pulled by the heft of the head, leading to a natural finish.
One will be able to swing all the way through to the finish, one will perfect the form of a great swing arc, and furthermore, one will acquire the skill of fast timing with respect to head speed.
Following impact, swing with one hand
Hold Swing Pro with the usual address, and begin swinging. Release the right hand at impact, and follow with the left hand.
By virtue of repeating this motion one’s left elbow will fold naturally, the turn of the upper half of the body will become smooth, and one will perfect a great follow-through.
The left shoulder at the top, the finish toward the right shoulder
At the top of the swing, one swings in such a way that the head lightly taps the left shoulder (left side). Using the head’s touching the left shoulder as the signal, one begins the down swing while stepping in with the left foot.
At the finish, swing left and right in turn as if to touch the head to the right shoulder (right side). One will acquire the skills of down swing led by the lower half of the body, and also acquire a square swing groove.
Alternately swinging ten times and actually hitting two or three balls
After acquiring physical learning of the image of continuous swings, one should hit two or three balls using the club. If the club is swung in the same way as with Swing Pro, one will physically acquire the habit of gauging correct rhythm and tempo.