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Gregulation

My Swing (Gregulation)

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I've been Playing Golf for: 2 years

My current handicap index or average score is: Not sure (I typically shoot mid-80s)

My typical ball flight is: slight draw or fade, depending on the day

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Shots that randomly come up 10 yards short (This 7 iron from 174 yards out lands just short of green)


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Are the shots that come up short slightly heavy, higher than normal?

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Yes, they tend to be heavy and higher, especially with my wedges (52 and 56).  I am 6'4 and my clubs were handed down from someone much shorter than me.  Could it be the shaft length?

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Also, I realize that one shot with an iPhone doesn't help those trying to help me out.  I'll work on getting more shots at different angles with a better quality camera.  Thanks for taking the time to help me out.

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Originally Posted by Gregulation

Yes, they tend to be heavy and higher, especially with my wedges (52 and 56).  I am 6'4 and my clubs were handed down from someone much shorter than me.  Could it be the shaft length?

Tough to say for sure, many different variables, length, shaft flex.  I'll just go go by what I see in the video.  Looks like the left shoulder is rising too soon on the downswing, making the head and upper body tip back.  So you kinda flip, slightly fat, high shots.  I think it might be good to feel more pressure towards the toes of your left foot on the downswing.  That will help the shoulder and hip slants not level out too soon.

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