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I know that its pretty useless without a ball and everything but its the only video i have even though its pretty crap and useless

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hmm..I was waiting for something "crazy" to happen..like one of those funniest golf video shows..but anyways..maybe it's the angle but it seems like your coming back way too much on the inside. Also it looks like your hands are too close to your body. Your lower body has too much movement and appears that your legs have to get out of the way on your backswing..possible because your hands are too close..and I think your swinging the club too fast..you are swinging for the fences (i.e. homerun)
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G G G G G G G G G G Gooooooooooal

haha, had soccer saturday on on my laptop when i made it

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I know that its pretty useless without a ball and everything but its the only video i have even though its pretty crap and useless

Then you should go outside, find a golf range, buy a bucket of balls, set up your camera, then hit some balls.

While you are at it, get both face on view and down the line view.
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Then you should go outside, find a golf range, buy a bucket of balls, set up your camera, then hit some balls.

will do mate, just was bored earlier today, had nothing to do so thought i might as well

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im getting there with my video, i know its not brilliant as i did it on my own with my phone leaning on a tee but its better than nothing, help if you can please
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That's a nice swing.

It looks like your takeaway is just a little low and inside though.

Do you get across the line at the top? It's hard to tell.
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Swing is a bit low on the takeaway and in your top video, your hands seem way too cramped up to your groin ( was that because you were cramped in your room? ) Really, not that bad a swing though
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That's a nice swing.

im not sure whether i do, i dont think so, my swing is flat though, ill try and get a better video of me next week, thanks for the help anyway

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Swing is a bit low on the takeaway and in your top video, your hands seem way too cramped up to your groin ( was that because you were cramped in your room? ) Really, not that bad a swing though

pretty much yes about the cramped hands but i did take notice of it anyway and make sure they are further away

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I've been Playing Golf for: about 5 years, 3 years seriously

My current handicap index or average score is: 7

My typical ball flight is: a draw

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: coming out of it, leaving it out right


ignore my brother thinking he's commentator ha

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You need to set the video to "Public" for it to be viewed by other people.

my bad ha, should be okay now

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On a side note, for down the line shots, keep the camera angle about waist high and pointing down the toe line.

Check out this thread. Your back is too arched, and your head is too upright.

I would work on getting the clubhead less inside. Less forearm rotation in the backswing. Check out this drill bellow.

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is there any way of deleting all the posts above from years ago?

Why would you want to do that?

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Why would you want to do that?

just the first one really where the video doesnt work anymore

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