THIS GOLF TIP WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE (and make the golf swing EASIER)

  • Joylandi 2 oy oldin

    SagutoGolf

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    This golf tip will change your life and make the golf swing easier and it will fix one of the most common golf swing problems that I see among amateur golfers - and help you to hit the golf ball straighter, higher, and farther. When you make this change to your golf swing you are also are going to see better golf ball striking (taking divots in front of the golf ball) and experience cleaner contact.
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2 oy oldin
Jay Thomas Reset
Jay Thomas Reset

Before you get upset ...... your right knee is terrible ....... and YOU take it away inside

2 oy oldin
Jay Thomas Reset
Jay Thomas Reset

Btw, you can't break 70 ..... I watched your motion and know you dpend much time in the woods

2 oy oldin
Part1
Part1

Thanks for another spectacular lesson Tom👍 Please explain the difference in your backswing with only one plane vs a more traditional like Clay ballard teaches. I have been taking things from both of you guys and this is one thing that I constantly ponder? He's not as much of a Justin Thomas but still goes up with arms and hands a little higher. Does having a higher swing give you more power or is it necessary? Thanks!

2 oy oldin
Dan Zawadzki
Dan Zawadzki

Holy crap....this simple little change in my swing has made ALL the difference in the world. Wow, I can't believe how much difference this has made. I have been slowly getting my stack and tilt swing in shape and while ball striking has obviously been better, I was still lacking consistency and I was still firing some off the heel, the toe, some fat, some thin...I was still hitting far too many errant shots. This one tip/drill has all but eliminated 90% of those issues...unbelievable. I'm still completely stunned at the consistency and the distance I'm getting following Tom's tips...absolutely incredible. Thanks Tom!!!

Kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

It is indeed ultimately about having fun, Dan, though we are certainly more capable of enjoyment through consistently crispy compressed contact and a repeatable ball flight, right??!! I'm very glad to know that this lesson video tied it all together for you. It really is a critical component, so great job incorporating it into your swing so effectively! Here's another one on the same topic - but with a different perspective - that I think you may enjoy: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 Thanks for your support and for sharing your success, and have a blast out there!! Tom

Kun oldin
Dan Zawadzki
Dan Zawadzki

I'm thinking back to a phrase Tom repeats over and over again in his videos: "Golf should be fun" and you know what? The more I pay attention to what Tom is saying, well, golf is actually becoming fun again and I'm so happy I found Saguto golf on YouTube. Game changing and life changing advice here...well done, Tom.

Kun oldin
Carpe Diem
Carpe Diem

Tom, another little tidbit drill is to stick a tee in the club grip and brush it back against the right thigh; same thing you are after here. I've only been flipping my wrists open for 20 years or so. Slow learner. Great video! With your new sideburn chops, have you considered going full "chin-strap"? I guarantee subscriptions would rise. LOL.

7 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

LOL! I thought about it, but the weather is getting warm now so it's probably not advisable... Glad you enjoyed this video. Now *STOP FLIPPING!!!* Cheers! Tom

7 kun oldin
Pete Nesshead
Pete Nesshead

I worked this out myself a while ago. Not the exact description here but the same end. That the takeaway was very important. It makes me wonder why many golf lessons say it’s doesn’t really matter how you take it away it’s how you come down. One things for sure you can use all the tips you want of YouTube but really they are testers not rules. You need to ding a swing that works for you by trying and practicing. Don’t get stuck on one drill or method if it feels wrong, mess around. The swing is hidden and lots of trial and error is needed and I think people get stuck trying the same thing over and over thinking what they are doing is right they are just doing it wrong, which doesn’t really make sense. Mentality is key to letting the body move too. People stand over the ball and don’t want to hit a bad shot, the mind saying do this do that. They then shoot bad scores, my method to trust the shot and swing is to realise you are hitting poor shots anyway, so no need to be afraid about hitting a poor shot by swinging without fear and tension. Yes you may hit a poor shot but you were anyway and now your mind and body will be looser to learn and adapt. Never stand over the ball and fear a bad shot, do your thing over it with freedom and bad shots will come just as frequently if you are over the ball thinking and trying to micromanage the swing. It’s pointless.

8 kun oldin
Pete Nesshead
Pete Nesshead

@SagutoGolf I honestly think it’s maybe the most important thing to “learn” before trying to improve anything. To be free of mind in the swing. I would call it be free to hit a bad shot, free the swing to hook slice miss whatever. Without the freedom to play poor people don’t even know how they hit the ball as every shot is some tense effort at micromanaging a shot under the scrutiny of the mind. You will know playing guitar no musician could ever manage the fingers whilst playing and if they did the piece would fall apart in seconds no artist chooses each brush stroke as soon as song writers try to write good lyrics to a song they get block. The mind must be silent and observe the body’s actions. I don’t want to labour the point too much by if you are trying to improve and reading this you must play free and fearless before any of Toms or any other teachers advice can have the freedom to work. Not playing free is the reason you see so many comments saying “nothing works” “I hit it at the range ok but back on the course it’s the same old”. It is the same old. And as long as you swing with a real care and hope please god be a good shot.... well I’m sorry it probably will be bad. Swing and welcome the hook again you will be surprised when you welcome it it may eventually leave you. I play and when I finally played free on the course I stopped swearing when the ball went in the trees, I stopped being upset about every shot. I started enjoying my golf good and or bad and I improved drastically. I can now condition my swing on the range with tips and ideas from Tom and out on the course if they have changed anything I get to witness if the body swings the club differently. This I believe what sports psychologists call the Zone. You must play in your Zone. The Zone isn’t for just good players, your Zone may be poor golf like me. But the zone just means observing the body’s actions and letting them flow without any brain chatter or tension or conscious thought. Like a pro sports person, their actions flowing out of the body like music out a musicians hands. Conscious thought isn’t the friend of the sportsman when playing. It’s only to be used when choosing a club or thinking about the shot. Once you are over the ball you must free yourself. Cheers for the videos Tom they are enjoyable.

7 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Nice synopsis on the definition of "insanity", Pete. Also a very good summary of what I refer to as "giving up control to gain control"! Cheers, Tom

8 kun oldin
Brew
Brew

talks about not chopping at the ball, yet that is what he does on every swing. "Been raining here so I haven't hit in weeks" (with dead dry grass in the background), and "it is so easy I should go get a sandwich" as he is out of breath and breathing hard.

9 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

For those who are turf-ignorant, that's what is referred to as "Bermuda Grass", which in our area just happens to go dormant (i.e.: it turns brown) during our cool weather months - rain or shine. I'm sorry - I didn't happen to catch the name of your instruction channel or see your sub base. Here's what a handful of my nearly 100k subs and visitors have said recently and unsolicited (I'll understand if you have to catch your breath occasionally while reading 😂): Paul Boyd: You are the absolute best instructor out there! Bar none. Turned 74 last week. Playing the best golf I’ve ever played. Golf is now fun. Thanks forever Paul Boyd Gunner K : Tom is a legend. He’s more brilliant than all of the mainstream “experts”. Listen to Tom and you will play the best golf of your life. You’re the best Tom and the coolest. Bryan Miles : Tom has helped my game immensely! I don’t care for technical teaching. Tom is the best I have found on YouTube for keeping it simple, He really has helped my game! Strongly recommend him. Glenn O'neal : Tom you’re amazing literally my handicap has dropped from a 25 to a 16 in three months it’s unreal!!! Saguto golf for life baby!!! BOB RUSCITTO : Young man, you have integrated all of the important factors for me. I will be forever grateful. Nice job! Richard Connell : Tom is awesome He is the best swing fixer ever. He is fun to watch, and his ability to teach is remarkable. 30 years of horrible golf can actually be turned around by Tom. He is the BOMB!!!! Darrell Johnson : Before adopting your stack and tilt method of hitting a golf ball, I would go out in the back yard and hit 15 or 20 balls get mad and go back in the house. Now that I have learned a bit of your method, I hit balls for hours. I don't want to quit, I have never hit balls this solid in my life, and I'm 68 yrs old. Thanks Tom! henaman32 : Tom! Thank you for these tips! Changed my game! Haven’t shot this well in my life! Tom Zani : This is fantastic. I have been working on your method exclusively and have been hitting so solid in just a few sessions. The contact has been so pure. I will work on this all winter to be ready for next season! Thanks. I am 46 and have tried various methods that relied on turning. Your stack and tilt made so much sense! Jerry Pullins : Played golf for 42 years in agony. This is freaking brilliant. NO ONE has ever explained the swing in a way allowing to stop my chopping in ANY lesson with top teaching pros all over the country. EVER! Endomaster: Please Tom, no more tips...my distance keeps going up and up. Now I don’t have a 130 yard club...keep up the great work! bryan roff: SagutoGolf has helped me get the best ball strike of my life. Thank you Tom! Alex Furnival: This guy is super goofy, but his videos have take 15+ strokes off my game. Keep it up! Landis Handsome: Tom I wish this was the first video I ever watched on instructional golf, love your personality and forget the naysayers this video just makes sense. Larry Young: Homer definitely smiling down on you...The "flying wedge" can make you a very accurate player. Keep up the good work, your the most entertaining coach on the interweb.... Garry Wilcox :I cant even begin to tell you how much this has help my game I started in early September and by the being of November I was scoring in the low 80s after being a 21 handy cap for years my score just kept falling and I started gaining distance. Its easy and fun . Jerry Z: I Am playing the best golf of my life. pAINFREE swing! Thank you Tom Tim Wilson: You have helped me with my swing so much! Gives me confidence! Thank you Tom! You’re helping me enjoy playing golf again! Hiii: This bloke is unreal I've had countless lessons with no improvement watched his videos and practiced it the difference in my ball striking is unbelievable the best instructor ever Chris Forte: I spent a lot of time at a video based learning center where they tried to teach me how to swing like Tiger Woods and Ernie Els by comparing me side by side. I never got it. This works way better already! You're the best, thanks! Tom Zani : Truly simplistic and highly effective. Every video is everything you need to strike the ball purely. I couldn’t break 95 mph with my old swing and I now can swing my 3 wood up to 106 mph. Thank you. Tom and his simple Stack and tilt is the best. Why are there other philosophies of the golf swing? H Byrd: If you’re new to the game and need good swing advise. Then you need to subscribe and watch a bunch of these videos. Believe it or not it’s the fastest track I know to a great game. You got to be willing to change if you want results. I don’t know this guy personally but I do know he’s the one with true workable techniques. Some folks call them secrets😁. Mark Berardelli: Tom, Your a genius. You're the best teacher ever. COMPLETELY CHANGED MY GAME! Scott Carter: Best teacher in the golf world and he plays guitar 😁 David Winebrenner Jr: Dude your content is soooo good. Honest, fun, pure and solid. Thank you and keep it up Jack Griggs: Hey Tom hope you see this. Shot a 73 this morning just two strokes from my age of 71! You are the best thing that’s happened to my golf game!! Believe him golfers and golfettes it works! Charles Sarrica: I have added ten to fifteen yards on every iron in my bag with the stack and tilt. Thank you Tom William Blackburn: I love golf again thanks to your video. Now I am striking the ball the way i knew i could. Thanks! Paul Wilson: Tom you are the most entertaining golf coach on YouTube. Brilliant well done keep the fun and informative coming 👍🏾🧨💥 Jack Grewer: After many many attempt s of learning from online swing lessons nothing has ever worked. Until now. Thanks to Tom Seguto I'm starting to get it. Thanks for explaining it so I can understand. You're the best. You've helped me.more than I ever expected. Thank you Tom I really appreciate it. Larry McMillen: Hey Tom, I’ve been watching your videos for a few weeks now. It all makes so much sense. At almost age 77 this is definitely the most body friendly way for me to swing. Solid contact is such a bonus. Thanks for posting all of this. Keep up the good work. brian: Just got back from the range and Tom...I finally got it!!! Seriously man your videos have helped me a ridiculous amount I’m telling you 300 yd drives straight down the pipe it was so beautiful! vernon robinson: I'm 76 , I've been a 18 handicap for years, I watched this video, did exactly what was taught, just shot 77 at centennial golf club medford oregon. Never broke 80 before. This is the best instructions on golf I've ever seen. Thank you for teaching this swing. My shots are much more pure and accurate and longer, I love it. steve clayton: I've been watching the videos for a while now. The first time I took the information you presented to the golf course I scared the crap out of myself. First hole, par three 150 yards. I've never heard that sound before! The ball flew high and straight. Long story short, I'm almost 74 and I'm enjoying the best golf of my life. Thanks. Gregory Carricato: Thanks Tom. The Ben Hogan series is fantastic. Went to the range yesterday and worked on, what I like to call it, "Right Elbow Magic." It was unbelievable. Crushing it crispier than KFC. Absolutely amazing. As we told you before, your are by far, the best PGA instructor on YouTube. S&T has transformed my ball striking to a new level. Matthew Ashley: There are no better golf videos on the internet! It’s such a simple concept that will help anyone’s game! I’ve only been playing 3months and it’s really helped me play the game in a simplified manner! Crispy as kfc! Cheers Tom, I’m already looking forward to your next video and my next round of golf! Pat Fenton: freaking hilarious...this is so true...everything i was taught was all wrong..by PGA pro's! hammering ball now with no stress on body.. John Morelli: Tom by far you have some of the best golf content on you tube. You no how to clearly deliver information. Colin Sambells: Thanks Tom, I love to see the breakdown of the Pros swing. Your instruction is brilliant, I enjoy the humor along with simplified technique throughout the entire swing. Employing what you demonstrate has enabled me to break 90 for the first time. You have a life long student in me. Thanks for all you are doing, keep it up as you are changing peoples golf lives. David Kral: I like how you break the swing down into simple terms! By watching your tips and lessons, I have greatly improved the way I hit the golf ball. When I hit my irons now, I'm compressing the ball and hitting a divot in front of the ball. Thanks! Thomas Gray: Dang it..Saguto..where were you 20 years ago.ive shanked around all the courses in shame around town.i coulda went pro with this info! Steve Mendoza: @SagutoGolf hands down best instructor!! I used the watermelon video n started hitting my drives from 175-200 yards w/banana slice to 220-240 yards straight!! Went from 5-7 iron in to p-9 iron in only problem I had was hitting over the green!! You changed my game so much that my brother was telling “man your adding pressure on me to hit it straight” lol... I love the game again thank you so much!! dennis Hamel: Thanks Tom for getting me back in the game.. stack n’ tilt has me hitting shots I have never hit before, enjoying the game, and beating a few guys a lot younger than me!!! premory: Tom, you are an incredible teacher and educator! I am a 1 handicap and have been playing for 25 years!! Your explanation is excellent. I am hitting the ball so much better now. Thank you!!!!! Jim McCallum: Hi Tom Can’t thank you enough! Making huge progress thanks to your lessons, you have a uniquely refreshing way of imparting knowledge. After ankle surgery I lost my swing, my confidence and my joy. Last week my 39 was good enough to win the comp by 3 shots! On a difficult day

9 kun oldin
mike mitchell
mike mitchell

If you are vigilant you can find those home depot alignment sticks along the side of the road and at the end of the main drags.

13 kun oldin
Martin Robertson
Martin Robertson

Tried your method and holy moly it works it’s like the eureka moment, I’m striking the ball better and shooting lower scores now, handicap now below 5 happy days, you are a golfing god 🙏🙏🙏👍👍👍🤙🤙

21 kun oldin
Martin Robertson
Martin Robertson

@SagutoGolf I will keep you posted on how my golf goes here in Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 , All hail Sagutogolf

21 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

And so we say..... _Welcome to "the dark side", Martin, where the spoils of "conventional" instruction - chronic inconsistency, physical pain, and endless frustration - yield to the fruits of effortless and body-friendly enjoyment of this great game for a lifetime._ 😆 Well done, and thanks for sharing your success!! Tom

21 kun oldin
Anthony Weber
Anthony Weber

Does this tip still apply for a driver swing?

24 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Yes, Anthony – it’s the same swing with every club; just some minor setup differences and naturally occurring shaft plane changes as we graduate up in club length from short irons to woods. By the way, if you'd really like to own this swing through your entire bag please consider enrolling in the SagutoGolf online school as it is one of the best golf instruction values out there. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only learning system for the full swing and much more. The school's intuitive course curriculum greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Cheers! Tom

23 kun oldin
Simon Bastin
Simon Bastin

Superb

29 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks Simon - I'm glad you enjoyed this lesson!

29 kun oldin
Tyler Grender
Tyler Grender

I can't tell you how many years I've swing along the Target line and how many golf balls I've spent trying to cure the rolling open clubface and steep downswing WHILE swinging on the Target line. I've seen thousands of instructional videos, but you are the first to actually show the root of the problem instead of putting band aids on the problem, then duct tape over those band aids when those failed. Didn't take me more than 2 swings with this to get the look I've been going for for 10+ years. I'm a little pissed it's just been this simple.

29 kun oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Simple but never easy, Tyler! But yes - Sadly, such sorcery from the dark underworld of golf instruction rarely finds its way to the mainstream of band aids and duct tape, because if too many folks found out about it the mainstream would then be rendered irrelevant.......😂 I'm very glad to know that this lesson resonated so well with you and that you were able to implement it so quickly. Nice job!! BTW, now that you have a taste of it, if you'd really like to get on the fast track towards learning and owning this swing, please consider enrolling in the SagutoGolf online school. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only system for the full swing, the short game, and much much more. The school's intuitive course curriculum greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Thanks for sharing your success and keep up the great work!! Tom

29 kun oldin
Herb Goldstein
Herb Goldstein

Hitting too many thin shots

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

When we don't have enough weight moving forward at impact the low point of our swing shifts back, resulting in thin and fat contact. You start with your weight forward (55/45 on the front side; 60/40 for the longer clubs), increase that same weight forward to the top of the backswing (70/30), and further increase the forward weight during the downswing from halfway down (80/20) through impact (90/10) and to the finish at 95/5 forward. This impact drill may also help you eliminate the thin shots: https://youtu.be/Fe2kQ44azJ4 By the way, have you enrolled in my online school yet? For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year it'll get you on the fast track to owning this swing through short, simple, step-by-step videos. Additionally, there is an abundance of content aimed at resolving a variety of swing flaws and ball flight issues, and I also personally answer specific swing-related questions from members. Here's a link if you'd like more info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. I hope to see you there! Tom

29 kun oldin
Randy Ware
Randy Ware

we play great golf in alabama, in between tornados every other week end

Oy oldin
Randy Ware
Randy Ware

@SagutoGolf golf and rock star VERY COOL roll tide from BAMA

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

It is a very sweet home indeed.... https://youtu.be/MG51rLOm6F0 Cheers y'all! Tom

Oy oldin
Robert Longo
Robert Longo

This is the Best Swing instruction Tip I've seen in 50 years of Playing Golf. We've all been told 1 Piece Takeaway is key to to a good swing and to keep the Clubhead out in front of us, but then they (others) say things like put a towel in your Right Armpit (Completely Restrictive) ruining the rest of the swing. Everyone I read including Jack Nicklaus say the first move in Takeaway (Tom says 3 feet; Jack N says at least first 18 Inches) is the most important part of the swing. I've now tried this Tip and for the first time in 50 years I can feel my (trunk/hands/Clubhead) are connected and yet free enough through Impact. Previously making a 1 Piece takeaway always felt contrived/manufactered and not natural - this does work and done properly feels right.

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

I'm so glad to know that this lesson video resonated well with you, Robert, and I appreciate your detailed comment in this regard! By the way, check out this episode if you get a chance, as it pairs nicely and provides a unique bird's eye perspective: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 Thanks for sharing your experience with this tip, and keep up the great work!! Tom

Oy oldin
Lester Green
Lester Green

If there is one magic move in golf this is it.😀

Oy oldin
Lester Green
Lester Green

@SagutoGolf You have magically transformed my golf game. Bless you, my son.😀

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

I'm glad this lesson worked "magically for you, Lester!! By the way, check out this episode if you get a chance, as it pairs nicely and provides a unique bird's eye perspective: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 Cheers! Tom

Oy oldin
Paul Thomson
Paul Thomson

No doubt the best tip out there for mid to high handicappers. I saw this same tip elsewhere and have been implementing it last month or so. I was rolling my hands causing this crossing lines, used to consistently thin shots. Now finding the sweep spot of my irons and taking proper divots and ball is going where I am aiming. It's a good feeling!

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

I'm glad to know that this lesson resonated well with you, Paul! Great job incorporating it into your swing! Tom

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jdre1979
jdre1979

Love this guy! Good stuff!

Oy oldin
michael howard
michael howard

Great great great but now I’m in the right position I keep wanting to smash it with my right hand.Do I need a lobotomy?

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Not at all, Michael. Just smash away. As Mr. Hogan said, if he started his backswing correctly with the lower body, he wished he'd had three right hands to apply the power. Here's a video on the first move: https://youtu.be/x1IudE_9e5g Here's another one featuring Mr. Hogan: https://youtu.be/iejRWhuB7y8 And here's one a hitting with the trail hand: https://youtu.be/6ssR9eYbajo By the way, have you given any thought to enrolling in my online school? For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year it'll get you on the fast track to owning this swing through short, simple, step-by-step videos. Here's a link if you'd like more info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Cheers! Tom

Oy oldin
Kevibhoy
Kevibhoy

Love your style, your patter, and your information is first class. Thanks a lot. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿🇨🇮☘️👍

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks so much for your kind words, @Kevibhoy - I'm very glad to know that you are enjoying my instruction content and style!! Tom

Oy oldin
Steve Gruenwald
Steve Gruenwald

I live in Murrells Inlet and found you on YouTube. I like your approach and hope to schedule a few lessons this golf season with you.

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Sounds great, Steve, and I look forward to meeting you! Just send an email to lessons@saguto.golf when you're ready to schedule. Just know that since my private lesson time is limited to two mornings per week the available slots can book up a bit in advance. Thanks! Tom

Oy oldin
Sean Tidd
Sean Tidd

Great tips! Finally someone explained the backswing in a way I can understand and duplicate. Is this backswing the same for a DRIVER?

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Sean Tidd
Sean Tidd

@SagutoGolf thanks for the reply! I'll check out your online school for sure

Oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

I'm glad this lesson resonated well with you, Sean! Here's another video from my channel that pairs well with it and includes a unique bird's eye perspective: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 And yes – it’s the same swing with every club in your bag.... (except the putter, perhaps 😆) Just some minor setup differences and naturally occurring shaft plane changes as we graduate up in club length from short irons to woods. By the way, if you'd really like to own this swing through your entire bag please consider enrolling in the SagutoGolf online school as it is one of the best golf instruction values out there. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only learning system for the full swing and much more. The school's intuitive course curriculum greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga Thanks! Tom

Oy oldin
GALA Tolik
GALA Tolik

HI, Tom: Is this a drill that get the hands in too much too soon at P2? If doing so, I feel like i have to increase lots of rotation of the left wrist to get to P3. In reality, at P2 the both hands are in and on the same line of foot toes are enough, aren't they?

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GALA Tolik
GALA Tolik

HI, Tom: Is this a drill that get the hands in too much too soon at P2? I feel like i have to increase lots of rotation of the left wrist to get to P3. In reality, at P2 the both hands are in and on the same line of foot toes are enough, aren't they?

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Check out the unique bird's eye perspective provided in this video as it may help to clarify things for you: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 Cheers! Tom

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Russell Cyr
Russell Cyr

Nice coif. Get a pair of mirror sunglasses and a white tux and you could be an Elvis impersonator.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you, Russell. Thank you very much.... 😆

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Xiangming Zhang
Xiangming Zhang

What is sauce boss

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Bob Hilts
Bob Hilts

Another video telling us what NOT to do. I already know that, This could all be done telling us what to do. It would be last two minutes. Hard to watch!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hey Bob, Sadly, many misconstrued and/or misguided teachings of "conventional" instruction have relegated generations of golfers to the vast abyss of chronic frustration. We're doing our best here to clear these up one by one and put an end to this madness, and yes - this process does entail having to identify and undo these mistakes. It is important to understand that the videos, lessons, and drills on this free channel - while fully aligned with the swing method I teach - address a variety of topics, issues, feels, and/or common flaws/fixes from one episode to the next. They are certainly not intended to be taken as a sequential learning platform like the structured curriculum of my online school, which I strongly recommend to anyone who truly wishes to get on the proper path towards owning this swing. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only system for the full swing, the short game, and much more. The school's intuitive course layout greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. There's even a members' forum where you can ask me specific swing-related questions, interact with others in the SagutoGolf community, and suggest new content ideas. If you are genuinely interested in this swing, then the online school will really put you on the fast track towards learning everything in a well-organized, self-guided fashion. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Best Regards, Tom

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Cory Stickney
Cory Stickney

Going to try this tomorrow. If it works, I'll join your cult.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Ah yes... The dark side of golf. Evil swing sorcery. The cult that is quietly, surreptitiously gathering lost swings from the vast purgatorial abyss of failed "conventional" instruction and leading them to the way and the truth of a method rooted in the unchanging principles of physics and geometry. Creating heinously horrifying creatures of repeatability, predictable ball flight, and effortless power. Like a hideous and unstoppable amoeba slowly yet steadily consuming the golfing globe. Resistance is futile; you will be assimilated. Mwahahaha.....Mwahahahaha..... I hope it works for you, Cory!! Cheers, Tom

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Joe Cai
Joe Cai

Was watching with curiosity some Juju vids recently, this hand takeaway is exactly what Juju is trying to fix, albeit what looks like an exaggerated form of it

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MrDbfogg
MrDbfogg

Dang.

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Michael Wilber
Michael Wilber

Haha I've been in shank city for two weeks man. Haha I rewatched a couple videos of yours and hope tomorrow goes well. Its like my body just forgot and said no crispy shots for you

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hopefully your body says nothing but buckets of KFC after making this fix.

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Barb Lundberg
Barb Lundberg

😆

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Jeffrey Chambers
Jeffrey Chambers

Great video, it’s an added bonus that you crack me up 😂 thanks

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you Jeff! I'm glad you're enjoying the added bonus :D

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FairwayJack
FairwayJack

good stuff

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks again, Jack!

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Michael Killoran
Michael Killoran

Hello, does the same concept apply to the Driver and if so do you have a video of that thanks!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Same swing for everything! Check out my driver video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xl47-9p1YU&t=1795s

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Guillermo Esttamatti
Guillermo Esttamatti

Hablas mucho amigo

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Paul Sigmon
Paul Sigmon

Great tip, cut a lot of wood here and chicken winged many.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you Paul, no more wood chopping!

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ღ Apple Hernandez Live ღ
ღ Apple Hernandez Live ღ

Good swing ♥️💧💦💋

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you!

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TheMydem0
TheMydem0

Awesome

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you for watching!

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Ross Westmore
Ross Westmore

I’ve been playing golf for 40yrs, I’ve never seen any one, no matter how shithouse their swing is, with a take away like you’re showing. Must be an American thang.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

You must be playing golf with scratch players then because tons of amateurs make this move

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Jay Thomas Reset
Jay Thomas Reset

Oldest drill in book is to hinge wrists straight up and THEN go into swing motion..... Swing a piece of ROPE

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Make it even simpler Jay, don't worry about the wrists just keep the hands quiet!

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Jay Thomas Reset
Jay Thomas Reset

EXACTLY!!!!! ...... IT'S A TENNIS SWING PEOPLE.....geeez..... easiest students for golf have always been tennis or hockey players..... because they automatically take it away OUTSIDE ..... simple stuff

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Wheel Barrow
Wheel Barrow

Nice hair

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you!

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t8rsac
t8rsac

5 minutes into watching this and I went out into the field behind me. MY GOD!!! Where have you been all my life!?!????

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t8rsac
t8rsac

@SagutoGolf just found this the other day in my recommendations. I’m signing up for the year!!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you! I've been HERE on youtube for at least 3 years of your life

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Rick Hammel
Rick Hammel

what department are those sticks in at Home Depot? I couldn't find them anywhere!

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Rick Hammel
Rick Hammel

@SagutoGolf thanks!!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

They're driveway markers, Rick. Here's a link: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-48-in-Reflective-Rod-in-Orange-31474/304685319 Tom

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Michael M.
Michael M.

your camera angles are so off that it's impossible to tell where you are aiming. too bad because what you were saying seemed to make sense but I couldn't see the result in the video.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Michael - My camera angle is on my foot line, which is exactly where you want it for a down-the-line perspective. Could it be that you are confusing the two concentric inward path lines for the hands and clubhead with the single stick depicting the target line that is parallel to my foot line? Anyway, if the concept makes sense to you, then perhaps the bird's eye view in this video may offer some clarification: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 Cheers, Tom

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Body Project
Body Project

Best golf instructor on YouTube. Simple, understandable tips that translate easily on to the course. Fun to listen to and engaging. Thanks for your help.

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debbie G
debbie G

I agree - Im new at golf and always look for good Youtube videos - awesome personality - Im a new subscriber!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you for the kind words, Body Project! I am glad that this tip helped you to play better golf (and hit it more CRISPY). Just a side-note, I checked out your channel and see a strong tie-in with fitness and the body-friendly golf swing that you're learning on my channel (this golf swing is one of the most body-friendly ways to swing a golf club). Since tons of golfers give up due reasons such as injury, pain, and difficulty learning, do you think your subscribers who enjoy golfing would be interested in this type of simplified and body-friendly golf instruction? Feel free to email me at info@saguto.golf and we can get your golfing subscribers more excited about playing golf. Cheers! Tom

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P G
P G

Lol, good video!! Good info and humor!! Really enjoyed

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it!! Tom

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Paul Aragon
Paul Aragon

what type of audio setup /mic are you using. It sounds great.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks Paul! I'm using a Rode Wireless Mic System. Tom

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Chaly Judge
Chaly Judge

Awesome! Thank you! 👍😎

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

My pleasure - I'm glad you enjoyed it!! Tom

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BJW
BJW

Believe it or not, I have self taught S&T and improved 10+. For weekend golfers this must be adapted immediately because it has been already proved as highly effective by every golf legends. It is kind of mystery why modern golf swing come out while perfect swing theory existed!!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Unfortunately such sorcery from the dark underworld of golf instruction rarely finds its way to the mainstream because if too many folks found out about it the mainstream would then be rendered irrelevant.......😂 Consistent with what you have personally experienced, a recent survey of SagutoGolf online school members garnered a statistically significant return of 182 responses with the following outcome: Upon enrolling in the online school, the average 18-hole score among all respondents was 92. Since being in the school these same students now report an average 18-hole score of 82. That’s a full 10-stroke improvement - along with the gratification and joy that goes with it! At just $10 US/month or $99 US/year, what's everyone waiting for??? Well done, @BJW!! Keep up the great work!! Tom

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cheekymonkeyHH
cheekymonkeyHH

Brady bunch Golf school Im looking forward to trying this. Thanks.

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dan foor
dan foor

As a member you can analyze my swing?

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Dan, Online school members receive a discounted rate on my V1 Swing Video Analysis. This is an effective and inexpensive service that I highly recommend. I liken it to bringing your swing into the shop for a tune-up or minor repair. Scheduling one on a quarterly basis for preventive maintenance will do wonders for keeping things humming along nicely, and it's also a great tool for pinpointing and resolving any issues that arise. The process involves downloading the free V1 app and then submitting two videos to me through the app - one down-the-line (captured from your stance line, not the target line) and the other face-on. Here’s a link with more information: https://app.v1sports.com/Saguto-Golf Here's what Pamela, one of my online school students, recently had to say about her V1 Analysis: "Hi Tom just wanted to let you know I’ve watched your video analysis four times now and I’m amazed at the detail you put into it. I look forward to practicing the drills . Thanks again And I will let you know how things progress." Cheers! Tom

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J
J

Great video, just subscribed 👍🏻

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Awesome - thank you and welcome aboard!! Tom

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FerdieMendoza1304
FerdieMendoza1304

Thanks for simplifying it. 👍🏽

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

My pleasure. I'm glad to know that this lesson helped you!! Tom

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JohnnyL REACTS
JohnnyL REACTS

Tom I totally get that the 2 plane isn't for us weekend golfers. I'm on board. Since there is left hand action in this swing, what are your thoughts on grip size. Should most of us be getting thicker grips to keep the club more stable in hand??

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JohnnyL REACTS
JohnnyL REACTS

@SagutoGolf Thanks for the reply Tom. I think I am ready to give your online school a shot. I'm signing up and lets see how it goes. I have tried to emulate your swing through the youtbue instruction you have provided and maybe it's my stubborness or maybe it's mistakes I am making but I never felt comfortable. Let's try thanks again. You will receive a notification shortly...

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Johnny, This is different from the Moe Norman type of single-plane swing in which thicker grips may be suggested. I would only say in this regard that your grips should be matched your hand size, and beyond that just make sure you've got a fundamentally good grip as I've talked about in multiple channel episodes including this recent installment: https://youtu.be/-75SXF5tl-8. Cheers! Tom

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Richard Connell
Richard Connell

Tom is awesome He is the best swing fixer ever. He is fun to watch, and his ability to teach is remarkable. 30 years of horrible golf can actually be turned around by Tom. He is the BOMB!!!!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Richard, I truly appreciate your kind words and I am very glad to learn that my channel's instruction has benefited your game to such an extent!! You've obviously done an excellent job digesting the lesson content, incorporating it into your swing, and taking ownership of it!! Thanks for sharing your success and keep up the great work!! Tom

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James Rudy
James Rudy

Stop taking life so seriously...Sauce Boss. 😉Nice vid

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Amen to that!! Thanks James - glad you enjoyed it!! Stay saucy! Tom

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Shaun Towell
Shaun Towell

Can’t wait to try this is it same with driver

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Shaun Towell
Shaun Towell

@SagutoGolf thanks Tom for such a great response if you ever come over to Blighty I’m a member at the belfry it’s on me play the braberzon

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Yes – it’s the same swing with every club in your bag, Shaun. Just some minor setup differences and naturally occurring shaft plane changes as we graduate up in club length from short irons to woods. Also, the progressively widening stance as we move through the longer clubs necessitates that the hips travel a greater distance laterally in the downswing, because if the hips stop their lateral slide towards the target prior to impact their rotation takes over, changing the low point and rerouting the club across the ball, thereby causing an out-to-in glancing blow and producing a variety of undesirable results including fat and thin contact, topped shots and popups, straight pulls, and “banana” slices. It is oftentimes the reason some golfers will experience early success with the short irons but struggle a bit with the longer clubs. In this regard there are troubleshooting lessons and drills in my online school that are designed to specifically address and resolve these issues (in addition to the structured learning platform for the entire swing and much, much more). At just $10 US/month or $99 US/year it is perhaps the best PGA golf instruction deal out there. Here's a link if you'd like more info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga I hope the lesson in this video worked well for you! Tom

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Bob Murray
Bob Murray

You know me pretty well 😂 Day before yesterday 40 on the front 45 on the back 9 straight bogeys. Be nice to make a putt but hadn’t played in over a month. I was fine with it. Went out yesterday, same course shot 47/47 pretty typical for my game. But it’s my ugly short game that gets me every time. This year I vow to be more consistent. Your tips will get me there. Because it’s really all about simplifying the game which you do very well

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Bob Murray
Bob Murray

Update : today Shot 39 on the front 7 par’s a double and a bogey. Back nine 47. One par 🤦‍♂️

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Helena D
Helena D

Great lesson thank you! I am looking for a golf net - Where did you get yours or where do you recommend getting one?

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Helena, I'm glad you enjoyed this episode!! The net is a DIY job. It is approximately 7’ tall and 8’ wide. We used this video as a starting point - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-p11qs4E2T0 - and then made some other minor PVC support structure modifications to suit our needs. We did not use PVC cement as this allows us to easily disassemble it if necessary. The netting we used differs from the screening material in the video. Ours was purchased through Amazon – “NETTEXX Golf Cage Impact Net 10ft X 10ft” – as were these bungees for attaching the net to the frame – “Kotap BB-6B Ball Bungee Cords with Elastic String for Canopy, Tarp, Straps, Tent, Poles and Wires, 6-Inch (25-Count), Black”. (If using a net like we did you probably won’t need the screw hooks that are mentioned in the video – the bungees should suffice.) Also, I have a Real Feel 3x5 Country Club Elite® Golf Mat. You can visit them here - www.RealFeelGolfMats.com. If purchasing be sure to use coupon code "SAGUTOGOLF" (without the quotes and no spaces) at check out to claim your special SagutoGolf discount on the Country Club Elite® series of mats! I hope that helps! Tom

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ayenman studios
ayenman studios

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C&N
C&N

Hi Tom, so two quick questions; does this work for driver as well as iron? does it matter that you might be 61 and movement & flexibility is a bit less than your age?

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

@C&N, 1) Yes – it’s the same swing with every club in your bag.... (except the putter, perhaps 😆) Just some minor setup differences and naturally occurring shaft plane changes as we graduate up in club length from short irons to woods. Also, the progressively widening stance as we move through the longer clubs necessitates that the hips travel a greater distance laterally in the downswing, because if the hips stop their lateral slide towards the target prior to impact their rotation takes over, changing the low point and rerouting the club step-by-step, thereby producing a variety of undesirable results including fat and thin contact, topped shots and popups, straight pulls, and “banana” slices. It is oftentimes the reason some golfers will experience early success with the short irons but struggle a bit with the longer clubs. In this regard there are troubleshooting lessons and drills in my online school that are designed to specifically address and resolve these issues (in addition to the structured learning platform for the entire swing and much, much more). 2) The Stack & Tilt swing is a very body-friendly method. For me this is supported by my personal experience as a player and furthered by the fact that the majority of my students are in their 60's, 70's, and 80's – i.e.: a smorgasbord of chronic ailments, physical limitations, back/shoulder/knee/hip pain, and joint replacements - who are overwhelmingly elated to experience the dramatic pain-free game improvement and resulting enjoyment that this swing affords them. Should you wish to give this swing a fair shot by learning it properly, please consider enrolling in the aforementioned online school. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only platform that really simplifies the process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. There's even a members' forum where you can ask me specific swing-related questions, interact with others in the SagutoGolf community, and suggest new content ideas, plus you'll also have access to all exclusive "Crispier Than KFC Club" YouTube channel members' content at no additional charge. Here's a link if you'd like more info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Best Regards, Tom

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John Jubara
John Jubara

I haven't played in 9 years I blew a disc out and quit. I feel like I am going to be able to play again with Your system. I was a 12 hdcp before injuries 20 plus after in pain so I just stopped.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

HI John, The Stack & Tilt swing method I teach is a very body-friendly method. For me this is supported by my personal experience as a player and furthered by the fact that the majority of my students are in their 60's, 70's, and 80's – i.e.: a smorgasbord of chronic ailments, physical limitations, back/shoulder/knee/hip pain, and joint replacements - who are overwhelmingly elated to experience the dramatic pain-free game improvement and resulting enjoyment that this swing affords them. Should you wish to give this swing a fair shot by learning it properly, please consider enrolling in the SagutoGolf online school. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only system for the full swing, the short game, and much more. The school's intuitive course curriculum greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. This will really put you on the fast track towards learning everything in a well-organized, self-guided fashion. There's even a members' forum where you can ask me specific swing-related questions, interact with others in the SagutoGolf community, and suggest new content ideas. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Thanks and best of luck to you!! Tom

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Salmaan Sayeed
Salmaan Sayeed

Got a subscribe cause you a sauce boss

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Yeah man - the swing is all about the sauce, boss!.....😂 Glad to have you onboard!! Tom

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BiG AcTioN
BiG AcTioN

how much coffee did he have before this video

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Really? Have you watched any of my other videos?? This was probably one of my more subdued performances....😂😂😂

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Alex Goodrum
Alex Goodrum

You look like Paul Rudd

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

LOL - I suppose I may have heard that once or twice....😂

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Raymon Kravagna
Raymon Kravagna

I don't know where this guy is teaching at but it looks like Sahalee Country Club.

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Raymon Kravagna
Raymon Kravagna

@SagutoGolf just going by the trees I knew it wasn't sahalee Country Club, but that driving range looks almost exactly the same. even the same building in the back.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Litchfield CC in South Carolina. (Not sure the Pacific NW gets that kind of short sleeve weather in February...🤔😎)

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Dr Frog
Dr Frog

No way this guy breaks 80 consistently. Absolutely no way.

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Dr Frog
Dr Frog

I think you are doing a great job and make great videos! Keep it up! I call this the wheel. If you were holding a steering wheel as if you were driving but in a golf set up. In the backswing steer the wheel to the left and in the downswing steer the wheel to the right. Really works for people.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Interesting, Dr Frog, especially given the fact that a recent survey of SagutoGolf online school members garnered a statistically significant return of 182 responses with the following outcome: Upon enrolling in the online school, the average 18-hole score among all respondents was 92. Since being in the school these same students now report an average 18-hole score of 82. Even if you were somehow close to being correct, do you think it would matter to these folks who are now enjoying by far the best golf of their respective lives for just 10 bucks a month??? Anyway, thanks for visiting and best of luck in your golf swing journey, where you can feel free to roll the face open and suck it inside to your heart's content...

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Justin Lee
Justin Lee

that is legit

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John Swoveland
John Swoveland

I like it but I have questions. 1. Outside in divot. Are you playing a fade? I'll ask more after you answer that one.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi John, I'm not quite sure what you mean by "outside in divot", but the stock shot shape for this swing is a push-draw, which for me as a righthanded player starts to the right and curves back to the target. Don't be deceived by what looks like an open face. Once you have the downswing working properly and approaching from the inside, ball flight rules – aka shot shaping - are a function of clubface as it relates to path and target line. Clubface relative to target line dictates the ball's starting line, and face relative to path determines direction and degree of curvature. You may be interested in looking into the SagutoGolf online school. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a structured, comprehensive, members-only learning system for the full swing along with the finer points - including ball flight rules and trajectory control - PLUS the short game and more, and I'm regularly adding new content. The school's intuitive course curriculum greatly simplifies the entire process for you. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Also, please note that due to the sheer volume of comments received on these various free channel videos I limit my replies to one per post, so if you respond to this it is very likely that I will not see it. The best place to interact with me directly - aside from a V1 Swing Video Analysis or a private lesson (in-person or online) - is within the Members' Forum in my online school, where I regularly respond to specific swing inquiries and related questions from enrolled students. I do hope you'll consider the school because at that price it is likely the best deal out there in the world of PGA golf instruction! Cheers, Tom

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George Zundell
George Zundell

Great tip.

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Captain Snake
Captain Snake

Don't cross streams children, stick to the rivers and lakes that you're use to. Love the energy and lessons.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks - I'm glad you're enjoying the lesson content as well as my delivery style, @Captain Snake!! Tom

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Captain Snake
Captain Snake

Looking more and more like Bruce Campbell.

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Craig Kopf
Craig Kopf

Goes along with the A swing by Ledbetter. Like the sticks on the ground to go along with it.

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Garry Wilcox
Garry Wilcox

Golf so easy and much more fun I'm playing the best golf of my life at age 58 thanks Tom

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

That's fantastic, Garry!! You've really done an awesome job taking ownership of your swing, and now you've got many years of body-friendly enjoyment of this great game ahead of you!! Stay Crispy My Friend! Tom

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WayneP117
WayneP117

Its not a game changer

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

No worries. Don’t change your game then! Best of luck to you, Tom

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William Musser
William Musser

this simple tip has changed my game! oh my, this is great, no more firewood for the winter

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

That’s fantastic, William! (At least I think it is as long as you don’t freeze your butt off as a result....🤣) Keep up the great work!! Tom

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Craig White
Craig White

Trim those burns and will sign up!!

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Craig White
Craig White

@SagutoGolf Okay. Keep the sideburns. Liked your tilt and turn video so much I signed up for a year. Lot of stuff on your site. Any suggestions where to start

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

🤣🤣🤣 Well, Craig, I suppose we’re at an impasse - your ballstriking improvement vs. my Elvis thing.... FYI, the vast majority of the 400+ instruction videos in the online school are sideburn-free. Just sayin’... Tom

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GrandMaster B
GrandMaster B

He is good :-) thanks a bunch..

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks, @GrandMaster B - I'm glad to know that you are enjoying my content!! Tom

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kark56cc
kark56cc

You got the looks, you got the golf - and now, with Elvis, you got the hook!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thank you. Thank you very much.... 😎

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Paul Evans
Paul Evans

Is this for all clubs or just irons?

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Paul, Yes – it’s the same swing with every club in your bag.... (except the putter, perhaps 😆) Just some minor setup differences and naturally occurring shaft plane changes as we graduate up in club length from short irons to woods. Also, the progressively widening stance as we move through the longer clubs necessitates that the hips travel a greater distance laterally in the downswing, because if the hips stop their lateral slide towards the target prior to impact their rotation takes over, changing the low point and rerouting the club, thereby producing a variety of undesirable results including fat and thin contact, topped shots and popups, straight pulls, and “banana” slices. This is oftentimes the reason some golfers will experience early success with the short irons but struggle a bit with the longer clubs. In this regard there are troubleshooting lessons and drills in my online school that are designed to specifically address and resolve these issues (in addition to the structured step-by-step learning platform for the entire swing and much, much more). At just $10 US/month or $99 US/year it is perhaps the best PGA golf instruction deal out there. Here's a link if you'd like more info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga Cheers! Tom

2 oy oldin
Rob McCance
Rob McCance

shave dood, trust me

2 oy oldin
Rob McCance
Rob McCance

@SagutoGolf let us know when you find one that likes the pork chops bro...and send pics, quality matters

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

LOL! I think I'll defer to the women out there in this regard, Rob....😂😂

2 oy oldin
John Adams
John Adams

I love this guy's personality! Even if he didn't help me just hanging out with him for a few hours would be worth the cash.

2 oy oldin
John Adams
John Adams

@SagutoGolf I'll think about that Tom,thanks!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

LOL! Thanks, John - I appreciate that!! If you ever want to we can always "hang out" through an in-person or online lesson. Just send an email to lessons@saguto.golf to learn more or to schedule one. Cheers! Tom

2 oy oldin
Salguero Art
Salguero Art

Great golf tips.

2 oy oldin
sacfishm
sacfishm

Appears that Target line line is 45 deg to left of parallel marker. Why is the takeaway not on parallel marker?

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

The Stack & Tilt swing taught here and in my online school is a one-plane motion that requires an inward hand path. Here's another video from my channel that pairs nicely with this one and provides a perspective that may clarify this for you: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 It is important to understand that the videos, lessons, and drills on this free channel - while fully aligned with the swing method I teach - address a variety of topics, issues, feels, and/or common flaws/fixes from one episode to the next. They are certainly not intended to be taken as a sequential learning platform like the structured curriculum of my online school, which I strongly recommend to anyone who truly wishes to get on the proper path towards owning this swing. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only system for the full swing, the short game, and much more. The school's intuitive course layout greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. This will really put you on the fast track towards learning everything in a well-organized, self-guided fashion. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Best Regards, Tom

2 oy oldin
Coach D.
Coach D.

OK you explained the back swing in pretty good detail however when forgot to tell everyone that you need to come UNDER the back swing plane line in the through swing very, very, very important, I think of it as making a needle loop.

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Coach D, I've made references to the downswing/through swing path in many of my channel videos. However, with this being a one-plane swing we don't really need to think about looping it in as the backswing plane presets the proper path to impact. I'll use the loop - or, as I call it, the "lasso the cow" - image to correct severe over-the-top cases, but beyond that it is really not necessary to think about that like one must in a "shift and lift" swing model. It is important to understand that the videos, lessons, and drills on this free channel - while fully aligned with the swing method I teach - address a variety of topics, issues, feels, and/or common flaws/fixes from one episode to the next. They are certainly not intended to be taken as a sequential learning platform like the structured curriculum of my online school, which I strongly recommend to anyone who truly wishes to get on the proper path towards owning this swing. For just $10 US/month or $99 US/year you'll have unlimited access to a comprehensive members-only system for the full swing, the short game, and much more. The school's intuitive course layout greatly simplifies the entire process through succinct, step-by-step videos, and I'm regularly adding new content. This will really put you on the fast track towards learning everything in a well-organized, self-guided fashion. Here's a link if you'd like additional info: https://saguto.golf/p/golf-swing-simplified-tom-saguto-pga. Best Regards, Tom

2 oy oldin
Chris Mulder
Chris Mulder

you hitting the ball over the top or you are hooking the ball

2 oy oldin
KEN NIEMI
KEN NIEMI

Hi Tom. What are your thoughts on the new TM SIM II vs SIM II OS irons? Seems like they are lowering the loft on the OS's to artificially lengthen it. i.e. 6 iron loft is more like a 4 iron in most clubs, etc...

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Ken - My apologies but I cannot offer a relevant opinion on equipment that I have not personally tried. I would defer to Golf Digest and others who conduct robust testing of these iron sets with golfers of varying skill levels. Sorry I'm unable to help. I wish you the best in your purchase decision!! Tom

2 oy oldin
D Pham
D Pham

You’re the only golfer who gets more steps in on the range than on the course! 😂 J/K. Thanks for the lesson. Good stuff.

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

LOL!! I hadn't given it much thought, but you may actually be right about that!!..... 😂😂😂 I'm glad you enjoyed the lesson video! Tom

2 oy oldin
Clay Poff
Clay Poff

Yo

2 oy oldin
Clay Poff
Clay Poff

I don't mean to be rude. But I disagree with this concept whole heatedly.

2 oy oldin
Clay Poff
Clay Poff

@SagutoGolf Tom, Thanks for the reply. I really liked the video. I absolutely agree with what you are saying. I feel like the connection of the arms during the takeaway creates everything. If my hands are in the the club has to be out. If I focus too much on the club being out then I feel the lift and the streams cross and disconnection. Thanks again!

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

I do not equate pleasant disagreement to being rude, Clay. Like I just told the last guy, you are free to suck that club inside and roll it as much as you want, crossing streams, rivers, estuaries, and tidal creeks... By the way, here's another one you can feel free to disagree with since it is along these same lines: https://youtu.be/WxDD63quyk8 Best of luck to you in your golf swing journey! Tom

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Don Allen Jr
Don Allen Jr

Bunk..takeaway is overrated and irrelevant...best players in the world take away the club in many ways, club in front, club behind...ergo, it's not critical to striking the ball, that happens at the downswing, despite what a smarmy Californian says who thinks breaking the 4th wall is cute, and 6:45 is so funny!

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Don Allen Jr
Don Allen Jr

@SagutoGolf Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach. Those who can't teach, teach golf.

2 oy oldin
Don Allen Jr
Don Allen Jr

@SagutoGolf Cute Elvis! Problem is that dozens of pros don't do it your way, and if you have a long list of professional golf tour or major winners using your personal magic, let's see 'em.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

LOL Don!! Then suck that club inside and roll it as much as you want, crossing streams, rivers, estuaries, and tidal creeks... Best of luck to you in your swing journey! Tom

2 oy oldin
Daniel O'Donnell
Daniel O'Donnell

Thanks pro

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

My pleasure, Daniel! Glad you enjoyed the lesson video!! Tom

2 oy oldin
Joseph Matthews
Joseph Matthews

This guy makes my golf more fun

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks Joseph! Ultimately that's _REALLY_ what it's all about, right?? I'm glad you're enjoying my channel's content!! Tom

2 oy oldin
Jim S.
Jim S.

I just got back from the range today and once in a while I accidentally did this move and absolutely smoked the ball. Since I typically did the incorrect takeaway (rolling the hands open), doing it this way felt almost like I was closing the club face. In reality, that was simply a feeling since I was now keeping the clubface pointing at the ball. Your video reinforced and identified what I need to do from now on. As Ben Hogan opined, I can't wait until the sun comes up tomorrow so I can get out to the range!

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Great stuff, Jim!! I hope it serves you very well at the range tomorrow!! Tom

2 oy oldin
Douglas Cottingham
Douglas Cottingham

Reminds me of Vince, the Slap Chop guy! 😂 “You’re gonna love my nuts!”

2 oy oldin
Walt Reyer
Walt Reyer

One of the best, if not the best explanation on the correct golf swing.

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks Walt!! Looking forward to you finally taking your well-crafted swing outside when you get down to Florida!! Tom

2 oy oldin
Mark Tanner
Mark Tanner

Hi Tom, you make such sense, so simplistic. Great video!!

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Thanks Mark - I'm glad you enjoyed this lesson video and I hope it works well for your swing! Tom

2 oy oldin
Allan Beverley
Allan Beverley

Hey tom do you still give online guitar lessons

2 oy oldin
SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Hi Allan, It was a very difficult business decision. I just couldn't maintain both anymore, and ultimately it came down to career vs. hobby. Having said that, my guitar membership program is still active, and there’s plenty of great Skynyrd content in there! Here’s the link if interested: https://saguto.golf/p/tom-s-rockin-guitar-membership Rock on! Tom

2 oy oldin
Steve Harding
Steve Harding

I think I needed this now thanks Tom.PS,you are starting to look like Elvis.

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Well uh thank you, Steve; thank you very much..... 😂

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Golfing with Gary Russell II
Golfing with Gary Russell II

Wow 🤩 nothing 👍 like a great golf 🏌️‍♂️ tip. I will give u feedback on this subtle change. Thank you 🙏 so much, I did subscribe to your channel. I’ll stay on my golf 🏌️‍♂️ grind . Ice Daddy MIA 💪

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SagutoGolf
SagutoGolf

Sounds good, Gary!! I'm glad you enjoyed this lesson video and I truly appreciate your support in subscribing to my channel! Tom

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