Try to have your front leg flexed a little longer. The earlier you straighten your legs, the less the hips will be able to turn.Had a look at your video. Simply compare yours to Charlie Wis - great legwork.
Thanks, Eric, got it.
Been wondering about the video (picts) that Stretch posted, too. So far I thought that the right hinge/fold reduces at impact - will try to hold it all the way now.
Moreover, I will run Andys videos exclusively now... :D
Been looking for Watsons story... (really short bits)
And here is Jack Nicklauss (very detailed)
First turney after 12 weeks in 1999...
Here is says full swing after 4 months - like most of the other sources I found. After 2 months you could start with you short game, after 4 months with the full swing.
Woah, thanks! That'll lighten up someone... Yes, it will be a total hip replacement.
I searched the Internet high and low and found just incoherent bits and pieces. Guys beginning to play golf after six weeks (ha, ha) up to about six to eight months when feeling honestly well etc. Doctors seem to be very vague with timelines. Nearly nothing on how-to-swing-it.
anyone of you knows what it is like to play golf with a refurbished left hip joint first hand or from a closer friend?
Will golf be the same? Does one have to re-learn the swing to relieve the front hip?
Oh, not me - my dear uncle...