Originally Posted by Tuco Ramirez
I have a net and are going to start practice on it. Now i think i know a good deal about what makes a swing good, i atleast know the usuall positions.
But for the sake of not doing something foolish like groving a bad move that i did not know about :/ . I am thinking of buying the 5sk dvd's as a go to
instruction. would that be kinda fail safe?
My game are a joke and i am so tired of it.. I actually posted a round of 69 this year my best ever but the next round was like 90. I am very streaky to say the
least. And that's the seed for me to start all over again. I mean is it possible to build a swing that's more solid and produces like <70% good shot's instead of the
other way around?
Btw i bought "Lowest score wins" and must say i love it, alot of eyeopeners for me in that book.
If you liked "Lowest Score Wins", then an extension of the learning the swing part of it is naturally watching the 5SK videos. I would recommend taking it a step further and give your practice area enough light and space to take a video of your swing and send it to a good pro.
Even of you think you're capable of analyzing your own swing, based on my own experience and many others here, you're not. You need a trained eye to pick out the most important priority piece to work on and how to fix it and most people aren't qualified for that. It's better to have someone with years of experience and know how who has seen tons of swings.
And because you're hitting into a net and not looking at your ball flight, you'll concentrate more on your swing than getting the ball to behave the way you want it to. That's a bonus.
Choosing a pro is hard, but 5SK offers online lessons at a very reasonable price. If you're close to Erie, take an in person lesson. You can see the results I got with them recently on my swing thread. I would check them out at evolvr.com
Good luck and let us know how it goes.