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Tiba

My Swing (Tiba)

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I've been Playing Golf for: 18 years

My current handicap index or average score is: 1.6

My typical ball flight is: mid - high slight draw

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: left


Hey everyone. New here. Just thought I'd post up a vid of my swing I took today. My tendency is for my arms to get too flat and the club WAY behind me. So I'm always working on keeping the club infront of me and swinging left.

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How would you rank this swing in terms of keeping things "in front" of you? Looks like you're doing a good job of that here. I can maybe see where the right arm has a tendency to "slide" behind you but this swing seems fine.

First thing I would say is watch the arch in the lower back, I would recommend softening it. Keeps the back healthy and makes the pivot stuff easier.

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In addition to what Mike said, it's easier to keep things in "front of you" when you turn your "front" back farther. I imagine from face-on (please supply that video) we'd see some things that are enlightening.

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In addition to what Mike said, it's easier to keep things in "front of you" when you turn your "front" back farther. I imagine from face-on (please supply that video) we'd see some things that are enlightening.


Do you mean like taking my left shoulder more over my right knee instead of trying to keep torso over hips over knees over feet??

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Do you mean like taking my left shoulder more over my right knee instead of trying to keep torso over hips over knees over feet??

More like this. If you're pivot/turning rates are more like the left pic, that's when things can get "behind you".

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