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Thanks for the help guys. What you've both pointed out are habits I have from hockey, I'm a goalie. Over-rotating on my backswing is a problem I've had since I started. Along with flaring my right foot, do you guys have any other tips for fixing that?
I think working on steadying your head would be beneficial.   One thing you could do is concentrate on looking down after impact. I try to make sure that I can see the grass under my ball before I bring my head up.
Really nice looking swing.   I haven't been golfing long so I'm not sure how valuable my opinion is but it seems as if your downswing is coming a bit over the top. Maybe decreasing your angle of attack would help with the hook?
I didn't realize that I have a perfect swing!   Seriously though I would really appreciate any advice, especially with Key #3.
That's a good looking swing!   One thing to work on is the rotation of your lower body. If you look at your body position when you make contact with the ball, your hips are almost square to the ball. What you want to aim for is having your hips rotated more so that they are almost facing your target when you impact the ball.   A golf swing is basically coiling and then uncoiling your body. The power doesn't necessarily come from swinging harder, it comes from storing...
I've been Playing Golf for:​ Just over one year   My current handicap index or average score is: 95   My typical ball flight is: High, slight fade   The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Slice with longer clubs. (inconsistency)   Hello everyone!   I recently started playing golf and was taught by a family friend. I find that the biggest problem with my game is inconsistency with the longer clubs ( 4-iron and up). With these clubs I...
I appreciate all the help guys.
Thanks for the replies everyone. I guess my next question is, what do i absolutely want to avoid doing at the range?
Hey guys, first post here.   I know this question has been asked many times, but I'm not sure which answer is the right answer (if there is one).   How many clubs should I be taking to the range?   The guy who's been teaching me (a good friend of mine) says that I should only take one or two clubs and focus on improving one aspect of my game.   Another golfer friend says that I should take all of my clubs, start with the pitching wedge and work up to the...
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