I also took this video because I noticed my hips were very stagnant, I felt like I was taking my rear end and making it face the target, I struggled with some fat shots but I noticed I stayed behind it better, it also gave me a tendency to swing well right.
I took a few days off from golf and was encouraged to come back when I saw all the progress I made since last November. When I went to hit balls it's nothing but heel shots and mostly shanks. Any thoughts?
I myself have the ES14 from Ernest Sports. If anyone is interested in a lower priced launch monitor that gives out: Ball Speed, Spin Rate, Launch Angle, Smash Factor, Club Speed, and Distance I recommend checking it out.
My best friend purchased a flightscope and it is an awesome device to be able to work with. When the flightscope guy came out to our course to show us how to use it not only in the traditional hitting balls on the range way, but also on the course, different times of day, and with different equipment it really opens your eye how dialed in you can get.
I took a look at a video I posted November 2013 and a video from the other day and noticed some big changes, Weight seems more forward, knee definitely more flexed, head still going forward but not as much. If I'm right it's encouraging to see that I have made some progress!
I'm confused to how I recorded the video pertains to the analysis of Tiger Woods Driver swing and what you mean by swings will change over time as a result of injury or gaps in practice. While that may be true Tiger obviously was not just "rotating" in 2013 and now "sliding not rotating" in 2014