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post #55 of 60

Today I found a possible drill for this... if you grab a few of your longer clubs and hold them in the middle and swing you will see what I mean... try to make the clubs not hit you in the shoulder

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Today I found a possible drill for this... if you grab a few of your longer clubs and hold them in the middle and swing you will see what I mean... try to make the clubs not hit you in the shoulder


Is this similar to using a broomstick?
post #57 of 60

would imagine this is length dictacted and not object orientated, so yes
 

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Is this similar to using a broomstick?


 

post #58 of 60


I use a similar drill where but instead place a alignment stick into the end of the grip, allows you to grip the club normally. 
 

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Today I found a possible drill for this... if you grab a few of your longer clubs and hold them in the middle and swing you will see what I mean... try to make the clubs not hit you in the shoulder



 

post #59 of 60

Ok, so maintaining the flying wedge is something in working on. I found this video on YouTube and found it informative, BUT I am confused. He shows that at impact your shoulder are open quite a bit. I was always under the assumption that your shoulders should be square to the target line at impact. Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks!
post #60 of 60

The shoulders should not be open that much, he may be doing that for the drill. The right shoulder drop's down and out while the left go's back and up. I have seen 100's of DTL swings of pro's and they are pretty square to slightly open at impact.

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