Originally Posted by 14ledo81
Is it harder to make a commitment to change when you already can play at a high level?
That depends. I can quickly begin "finding the ball" again, and I know what I should see when I look on a camera, so I can make changes and know that it's going in the right direction even if the ball isn't instantly cooperating.
That said, I've also got a LOT of swings and the little compensations I have, work well enough for me to be a +1 to a 1 or thereabouts, so any disruption to those can often be pretty awkward for awhile.
So… I guess I didn't really answer your question.
Originally Posted by isukgolf
I appears from the picture that you are looking at a foot or more behind the ball? Are the pictures just to show the arm angle and was not a real swing?
No, real swing. Tough to keep your head looking straight at the ball when your torso/shoulders turn 100°. So long as my nose isn't in the way of my right eye, I'm fine.