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Without Practice Bootcamp – Lag Swing Drill For Distance

Alex Fortey – Former pro player, founder of Athletic Golf Training, and golf performance coach. Creator of the Intelligent Golf Distance Training and Putting Myths Destroyed program, shows us a simple, yet effective way to work on your swing whenever you have a few moments at home, or at the office.

This is one of 6 powerful drills and techniques Alex teaches us in the Great Golf Without Practice Bootcamp. Alex’s tips are one of 8 instructors and 100 tips like this to help you improve your game when you don’t have time to go to the range or practice facility.

16 Responses

  1. hay says:

    nice drill will try it

  2. Craig Sigl says:

    Thanks for comment Hay. Sometimes the simplest things can have the greatest impact. WE just have to let go of our ideas that getting better requires something dramatic.

    Greens and Fairways,


  3. Tim Hickey says:

    Interesting drill. Will dry it out when or if the back heals. Thanks.

  4. Joseph says:

    Not impressed with this drill. Is he an indoor golfer?

  5. Rocky says:

    But what is the point of showing that dorky little guy in the corner? 🙂

  6. Paul Patin says:

    This is a simple drill. I’ve been reading and watch videos on lag and this drill will surely help me. I think it is great.

  7. Joe L. says:

    Excellent winter drill. Will repaint the wall in the Spring. (g)

  8. Raymond CHASTEL says:

    Good and simple indoor drill ,when the weather is terrible outside .There’s another indoor drill you CAN do ,for the lag ,you bring your Clubhead up to the right ear ,keeping YOUR hands low and down, ,then you Flip the Clubhead up to THE right ear ,stil keeping you hands down .What’s important in the lag is to keep the wrists loose and ” OILY “…

  9. George says:

    Once again you provide interesting points of view for consideration. A good drill to practice – keep if it helps, go on to the next one if it doesn’t. But most of the drills and tips you put out there ARE beneficial. Thanks Craig.

  10. Craig Sigl says:

    Hi George, thanks for comment. Yes, not every piece of advice is useful for everyone. I just put it out there from sources I trust and my own experience. Ultimately it’s up to each golfer to figure out what works.

    Greens and Fairways,


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