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I've been Playing Golf for: 2 years

My current handicap index or average score is: 20

My typical ball flight is: Low-Mid

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Off the tee my 12 degree drive sets off really low (to be honest everything from 7i up is) where as my Wedges-8i seem to have a nice lofty ball flight. I can't quite work out what I'm not doing to get the ball up for the extra carry and distance as I feel I release the club really well.

Many thanks in advance for your help


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Move the ball up further in your stance. If you look at the frame at contact you can see you aren't hitting up on the ball, hence the low ball flight.

The major flaw that pops out to me is the movement of your head. Try and keep it still and not move it off the ball so much in the backswing. Your swing looks really good for a 20 handicapper, especially your follow through

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Hi ttaggart,

Thanks for reviewing my swing and taking the time to give me some advise. I will definitely give your suggesting a try when I'm out practicing tomorrow.

When I watch the video back I always look at that release and follow through I have and thought to myself "That looks pretty good, and similar to those you see of the really good players" I've had quite a few lessons in the past 6 months and spent 100s of hours on the practice area at my local golf course ingraining and working on my swing.

Many thanks

Anto

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We're watching the Masters right now, many of us, but you've got some backswing work to do.

Here's a good video:

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