Ramsay McMaster Golf Instruction Videos

Ramsay McMaster
The Melbourne Golf Injury Clinic
1100 Dandenong Road
Carnegie, VIC 3163
Melbourne, Australia
Golf Videos by Ramsay McMaster
  • Loosen you calf muscles with the exercise so that your trunk muscles may work correctly in the swing... watch video
  • To allow your body to function correctly in the golf swing you must have a physically sound set up. Use this exercise to put all your body parts in the correct position and develop the correct posture at address.... watch video
  • If you have a job that keeps you staring at a computer or sitting down all day then you are a candidate for a tight neck and the swing faults that result... watch video
  • The muscles around your left shoulder tend to get tight from your regular routine, such as desk work on a computer, so a gentle massage can get the blood flowing and muscles working efficiently... watch video
  • Sequence your spine correctly during the backswing, rather than your hips and shoulders, by using this rotation exercise... watch video
  • Position a spiky ball under your armpit and oscillate your arm, allowing the muscles surrounding your shoulder blade to loosen and fire in the correct manner... watch video
  • In order for your legs and buttocks to fire correctly during the swing you must increase the circulation in your feet so that they do not inhibit these important muscles... watch video
  • Loose hamstrings and buttocks allow you to transfer your weight correctly on the backswing and downswing for maximum power... watch video
  • Lack of flexibility in the hips causes you to straighten your spine and bring your pelvis underneath your body on the backswing... watch video
  • Loosen your hips by setting up to a chair, straightening your torso and wiggling your belt buckle... watch video
  • Stretch out your hips and torso by getting on your knees and extending your arms up and to the sides, improving your flexibility and backswing... watch video
  • Place a Spiky Ball behind your neck while lying on the ground and slowly turn your head from side to side without moving your shoulders... watch video
  • Our main concept in golf fitness is to understand how your body works with your golf swing, looking at the dysfunctional areas of your body and how they effect your swing... watch video
  • Poor posture leads to your body parts not being in the correct position to rotate around your spine. This leads to over-rotation, where your body rotates all at once instead of as correctly needed in the swing.... watch video
  • We have to get good posture in life to get good posture in our golf set up.... watch video
  • Most golfers suffer from a weak set up, which from a physiological standpoint does not let the spine function normally... watch video
  • With a Spiky Ball under your armpit stretch your neck to the opposite shoulder, loosening the neck while firing the shoulder muscles... watch video
  • Setting up too high or tight with your left arm and shoulder leads to injuries, as well as a flat shoulder plane and over the top swing... watch video
  • Tightness in your calves, hamstrings and buttocks can hurt your golf game by leading to a straight and upright posture... watch video
  • Getting full mobility in your wrist extensor is important because it allows your wrists to move properly in the backswing so you do not have an open face at the top of your backswing... watch video
  • Hold one arm out with your palm down and with the other hand push all five fingers up and back to stretch the flexor on the bottom of your wrist... watch video
  • Working on a computer or gripping a steering wheel can cause your wrist extensors and flexors to stiffen up and limit their extension in your golf swing... watch video

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Sidehill Lies When the ball is below your feet adjust for the change in your arc and shift in your weight
Controlling Impact with Short Clubs With your shorter irons, concentrate on keeping your weight over your front leg on the backswing to eliminate any sway that leads to an inconsistent impact
Pull Cures Pulled shots come from a closed clubface or the path swing, most players suffer from the latter as they start their downswing with their shoulders causing their path to go to the left

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