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If you shift that much weight to the back foot you aren't staying centered. 
Getting better... been drilling RoC when I can. I still get some decent over draws at times, but its getting better. Light years ahead of where I was when I started this journey.    Playing with some guys on Thursday that roll their eyes when they see what I work on, so... can't wait to bomb it past them all day. Haha 
I haven't read all the posts in this thread because I'm so late to the party, so maybe this has already been said. Working on your short game SHOULD be good practice for your long game.... even more so for your poor golfers. Not only will the player be working on getting better around the greens, but he should also be getting better at achieving good impact alignments. Its dual purpose and its much much easier to learn, feel, understand, etc good impact.    So thats...
Update on my progress (arms better in this clip, but lower body not where I want it):   And an interesting look at my foot/leg work from yesterday (trying to shallow things out):  
I personally would choose Frank Gasaway.  Hes in McDonough I believe, so that would be just east of you. Some other good ones in ATL though. 
My point wasn't about HOW they move, but WHEN they move. His shoulders don't even get to square until well after impact. Shoulders definitely need to get open faster, and for a guy that is used to having that drop move its going to feel OTT'ish when the left arm is where it should be.  Maybe I should have said it differently, but oh well.... 
Like I said on the other forum, I would feel your DS start with your shoulders turning out. Feel like you are spinning out with your shoulders... gonna feel like you are coming OTT. 
All things being equal it doesn't change a thing. However, for most people all things are not equal.
Well yea, he obviously teaches hip slide. However, he doesn't teach as much as S&T. 
  Differences that I'm aware of include:    Where to feel pressure in the backswing: S&T is progressively increasing in the left foot whereas Foley likes to feel some in the right leg. Transitions are pretty much exactly the same.    Set up with the driver: With S&T weight can be more forward. Foley says weight can be more back. Basically (IMO) boiling down into a disagreement on how to preset axis tilt and why. However, I do think I've seen Mike and Andy's...
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