Originally Posted by TourSpoon
Steady head and centered turn mean something different to me than the traditional, "didn't keep your head down". Usually I see the amateur that says this as someone...
Quote:Originally Posted by sofingaw Is what I was quoting. I don't MEAN anything by it. You said it. I referenced the general 'pros' that YOU were discussing.
Should be pretty clear.
If not, (you seem dense to me)
A) Plenty of...
Originally Posted by sofingaw
Speaking about the head, the required position/action for repeated, good contact, is to keep the head 'Steady' not, 'Absolutely Motionless'.
If an observer/instructor can CLEARLY...
Originally Posted by kw purp
its about moving your head, not lifting. When you take it back your head moves when you start the downswing your head moves, watch the top pro's their head stays perfectly still....
I don't think lifting the head is as common as many tend to think. And I would say of those that do lift their head, most do it because of another fault, like OTT.
I'm curious what the instructors here have to say about it.
Quote:Originally Posted by birlyshirly So, what does that actually mean?
If the arm swing keeps going after the shoulder turn has finished, the arms can get stuck behind the body during the downswing. This guy is guilty of that. I'm...
Ball starting at target and curving right = clubface pointed at target and path left of target. Assuming you are hitting the ball in the center of the face.
Golf Pride website has a measurement tool to see if you need larger grips.