Payne Stewart Slow Motion Drill

Drill for Better Consistency from the Late, Great Payne Stewart


Thanks for watching and I hope you enjoyed the lesson! It’s a great drill to warm up with on at the driving range that will really help you get the feeling of staying synchronized with your body moving together as one unit.

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4 Responses to Payne Stewart Slow Motion Drill

  1. Jan E. Van Hoven March 12, 2016 at 5:54 pm #

    Tom, that is a great practice. I had trouble slowing down my down swing. No problem with the back swing, but coming forward I found myself being off balance. I finally had to let the club head dictate the speed. My driver was faster that my hybrids which were faster than my irons. Still all in all, slower than my normal speed. FYI, two weeks ago, the course in Colville opened. My longest drive was 175 yards. Really disappointing. Last week, I picked up 25+ yards (breaking 200). Better but not what I wanted. Yesterday, I slamed one past the 250 yard marker and nailed a tree at the end of the driving range. Thanks for all of the help you have given me through your videos.

    • Tom Stickney March 16, 2016 at 7:24 pm #

      Great to hear Jan! Thank you for the feedback and glad to hear you are hitting the driver so well!

  2. steve September 12, 2016 at 11:14 pm #

    I never get to see the video

  3. George van July 4, 2017 at 9:40 am #

    Great advise makes perfect sense tom,,i have tried this including irons and it is amazing !thanks for the tip.

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