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jayvaybay

My Swing (jayvaybay)

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I've been Playing Golf for: 9 Years

My current handicap index or average score is: 8.8

My typical ball flight is: high to mid trajectory

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Big Draw (15-30 yards depending on club)


Videos: Here is my swing in slow motion. It starts with the normal side view, switches to front on, then finally shows my back.

I have been hitting about 40% of my shots too far to the left (big draw) and I can't quite fix it. I believe I need to swing more around on my downswing but I can't get myself to do that. It also looks like I may have too strong of a grip but I may be wrong. Please give me suggestions to hit it straighter! Thank you!

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Also, look at other Key #1 videos here: http://purestrike5sk.com/videos.php (more for your turning rates than anything else, and the amount of turn):

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Also, look at other Key #1 videos here: http://purestrike5sk.com/videos.php (more for your turning rates than anything else, and the amount of turn):

Ahh I see. That makes sense except I have no problem with power. It may explain why my arms always seem to swing so freely and cause the ball to go way left. I will work on turning my upper body and torso more. Thanks a bunch!

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These 2 people gave some really good tips. I would just like to add that it looks like you are bending at the wrist a little early on the back swing.

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