Thanks for posting the video.
Now, I can sell my book...only about 35 pages into it.
I have read the book but I have only worked on the first two Dynamics, and only a few times at the range. I played today and my ball striking was better than it's ever been. hitting my irons and hybrids longer and straighter than ever before.
What I do is focus my eyes 4 inches in front of the ball and aim my hands at that point on the down swing, IT WORKS. think of it as aiming the end of the club handle four inches in front of the ball. DON"T AIM THE CLUB HEAD, Aim your hands, and the club head will follow thru the ball. Man, it really works and I haven't even worked on it that much. I cannot swing my driver this way yet.
It seems almost too good to be true how well I hit the ball using this technique for the first time.
I just ordered the book off of Amazon for the kindle. Ive only gotten through the introduction part and so far its a great read. I have one big questions though,
One of the main points of the book is to look 4 inches ahead of the ball. I haven't tried this yet, but it seems like doing this would make my push a lot of shots, especially with my longer irons.
Did any of you guys have a problem with this? Remember ive only read the intro so im not sure if he addresses it later in the book
Focus on a blade of grass or anything you can that's about 4 inches in front of the ball. Aim your hands at this point and forget about the ball, the ball strike will take care of its self.
You're not aiming the club head four inches ahead of the ball, you're aiming your hands four inches in front of the ball.
I initially planned on only using it for practice purposes, but I now look in front of the ball on almost every shot. I think it helps me avoid throwing the clubhead too much at the ball. Might also be useful to keep my eyes in place, as I have had issues with the eyes following the clubhead as it goes back.