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It should read ...the first move is to throw the front shoulder and hip to the left...
I had the same problem as I played baseball and fast pitch softball for 30 years and was a pull hitter... the problem we both shared is the first move is throwing the hips and front shoulder to the right, for right handers. You will need to get the feeling of dropping your right shoulder into the slot and swinging from inside out. Think like your hitting the ball over the second baseman and drawing it towards shortstop. It also helps to concentrate on getting the toe of...
I am playiing Callaway Razr x tours, project x shafts... they are great to me. I hit some older Titleist AP2 project x 5.5 at golf galaxy and on their simulator I was hitting the 6 iron 195 yards.   I would love to buy a set and take them to the course to really see how they played. I hit my Callaway 6 iron 170, so I wonder if the Ap2 six iron may have been bent a degree strong...   you can always go to your local golf shop and hit a six iron from several...
I go through a thing each season where I'll hit a pop up during a league outing... what I've found is that when I get too steep with my driver swing I hit it high on the face almost to the point of missing it. What I think you need to do is make sure your take away is very close to the ground for 6-10 inches on your take away and be sure you're sweeping the ball off the tee.   If that doesn't wotk, take a lesson...
I play Callaway Razr tour irons. I started out learning with Ben Hogan Apex Edge Pro...   I have been checking out used sets of the AP2's because I'd like to try a good set of forged again. My question is, has anyone Else noticed how the chrome is worn off the club face on these clubs? Some sets I've seen pics of on ebay look terrible, Nothing like that ever happened with my Ben Hogans and my son is still playing them...   what are some impressions/thoughts...
I have been hitting a Callaway Razr fit 10.5 driver, I purchased 2 other shafts to try other that the stock shaft... absolutely love the project X 5.5 blue shaft. I get great distance with this club, but what impresses me is that my nice little draw is almost always in the fairway... I'm thinking about ordering a new Project X shaft just to try out their newest offering...   previous favorite shafts were by Diamana, I normally don't like the factory shafts on any...
It's not the point of cost that I'm concerned about at this point. About the only time I lose one is hitting the cart path and ruining the ball, The point was the extra amount of spin...
I play a draw on most shots. I've been playing ProV1;s for years. I like to shape shots too in saome cases.This year I bought the Callaway Razr Fit, it comes with some HEX Black balls. I also bought a sleeve of HEX chrome and the two Nike balls 2010X-X 2010X-S I think they are...   My siwng speed is down a little from 10 years ago when it was 119 with the driver, it's now 105.So I may be able to play almost any ball. The HEX Black and Nike 2010X-X and really long...
Played the other day and had a bad round. Cold and wind had a lot to do with it, I found  about 8 Pro V1 balls in the thick stuff. I'm begining to wonder if they don't spin too much off the driver for the average golfer.   Would the average golfer be better off with a lower spin ball... like the Callaway HEX Black or new Nike balls?
Just went out and bought a sleeve of three differnt balls...   I got 4 or 6 Callaway HEX Tour Black with my new Razr Fit driver. They were long and pretty straight and seem to bite on approach shots but, to me, felt a little firm and clicky off the putter. Maybe the Chrome is a little softer. I think it was a little more than $30 for 9 balls at a local course. But I am interested in trying these out before buying a dozen(s). Seems to me that a lot of balls are...
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