Everybody’s Talking About the Stack and Tilt Golf Swing But is it Right For You?

There are three things that every golfer strives to do from the complete novice right through to Tiger Woods and that is to drive the ball longer, straighter and more consistently. Most of us are plagued by ugly shots from time to time but what if you could eliminate those fat and thin shots for good? Well there’s a revolution going on and it’s call Stack and Tilt and it just might be the answer to your prayers.

Have you even heard of stack and tilt? You probably have but as you have found this article you’re probably not completely clued up as to what it’s all about. If you haven’t heard of it it’s basically a new type of golf swing which is having a remarkable effect on quite a few tour professionals- Mike Weir, Aaron Baddeley and Charlie Wi, to name a few but so farover 20 professionals have adopted a Stack and Tilt golf swing.

The History of Stack and Tilt? Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett are known as the ‘Golf Whisperers’ because of the number of players they have helped to become winners on the tour. It is these guys who, after 20 years of research, have developed this amazing new swing which completely contradicts the basics being taught about ‘the swing’ today.

The Difference Between The Stack and Tilt Swing and a Traditional Swing Normally when a golfer learns to swing a club he or she is taught to transfer their weight on to their back foot. The problem with this is that what sometimes tends to happen is that the swing bottoms out behind the ball. This then leads to some those terrible shots that make the golf so frustrating. What’s different about the Stack and Tilt swing, however, is that the weight moves forward so the swing bottoms out in front of the ball. This results in a pure, smooth contact that feels totally effortless and not a horrible contact that reverberates up your club into your hands!

The execution of the swing is extremely simple and the benefit is that very quickly you will see that your ball will go further straighter and more consistently than with any other golf swing – it’s really pretty remarkable!