Tour Secrets #6: Grooving the correct downswing sequence

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  • January 10, 2014

There is so much in the golf world written about the “swing plane” and how to develop a correct one that affords you the best odds at grooving a consistent swing.

I have taught for years how to enhance this process using just your mind at

The video below gives you the basic concept and Brian introduces his favorite tool for helping golfers correct the two most common faults:

1. Coming over the top

2.  Getting stuck

There will be future videos posted on the blog that go into more depth about these problems but for now, you can start becoming aware of where you are and begin to correct it.  As usual, Brian teaches in his very easy and simple way to understand it.  Let’s hear your comments below.

greens and fairways,

Craig Sigl

P.S. The device is called:  The Synchronizer


  • Mbwa Kali Sana says:

    The best way to avoir coming over the top is to train with rubber tubings attached to a door hinge,or at the top of a door and pull them down in direction of the ball.There are a lot of tubings on the market.

  • david says:

    wow, what a difference! I can see it now…no more stuff blocking it. Tnx Craig

  • Mike says:

    Interesting advice regarding the swing aid. But what about those of us that are on plane on the down swing but don’t transfer our weight adequately or even at all?

  • Craig Sigl says:

    Thanks Mike for the comment. There wlll be upcoming videos that address that issue. Stay tuned.

    Greens and fairways,

    9 Lake Bellevue Dr. #214
    Bellevue WA 98005 USA

  • des says:

    Great idea, providing the arms drop (rather than using an out of plane shoulder tilt) to keep the shaft inside.

  • Charles E. Delaney says:

    I am having the same problem as Mike. I either over totat4e or under totate. My left side is totally out of sync at the hip. I have gone from a guy who pklays everyday to one who does not play. I have shot 56, 57, 58 and 58 as my best scores. I dont even count 59s anymore. The 57 was almost a 55 except for the last hole where I hit the hole three times after hitting the flag on the approach. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • John says:

    Haven’t seen videos yet.

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