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blaylock6502

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I am trying to develop my swing as a newbie and had a few questions. I feel like my backswing isn't coming back far enough and being new to the game I don't know it really isn't or if it is in my head. I am a technician and have my arms above my head for much of the day so I have fairly large shoulders. If my Baldwin really is falling short are there any stretches I can do or will it come with time. I was going to post a video of my swing (please hold the laughter to a minimum) and was wondering what angle would be best? Also are the general mechanics of a driver swing and iron swing the same? Thanks in advance!
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Any thoughts on what camera angle would be best and maybe what forum I should post it in?
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I am trying to develop my swing as a newbie and had a few questions. I feel like my backswing isn't coming back far enough and being new to the game I don't know it really isn't or if it is in my head. I am a technician and have my arms above my head for much of the day so I have fairly large shoulders. If my Baldwin really is falling short are there any stretches I can do or will it come with time. I was going to post a video of my swing (please hold the laughter to a minimum) and was wondering what angle would be best? Also are the general mechanics of a driver swing and iron swing the same? Thanks in advance!

Baldwin??? Sorry had to do it. Seriously though, start a my swing thread. Probably will help a lot.

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Baldwin??? Sorry had to do it. Seriously though, start a my swing thread. Probably will help a lot.

Lol, yeah I shipped that one over to the spelling thread already. Sounds dirty :-)

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