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This reminds me very much of the "right sided swing" taught by Gary Edwin. Reverse K at setup with the majority of the weight on the front side through entire swing. From what I can see, there is very little that can go wrong, but would sacrifice some distance. A local club pro teaches this swing, but the response has been that it's great for shorter irons, but longer clubs are difficult with this swing.

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I'm late on this but it wa really helpful, exactly what I've been thinking about in my swing as far as not just plowing into the ground with no access tilt. I think my problem was not turning as much as lifting the club.
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This reminds me very much of the "right sided swing" taught by Gary Edwin. Reverse K at setup with the majority of the weight on the front side through entire swing. From what I can see, there is very little that can go wrong, but would sacrifice some distance. A local club pro teaches this swing, but the response has been that it's great for shorter irons, but longer clubs are difficult with this swing.

 

Yes Gary Edwin likes to see his players set-up with more axis tilt at address but that isn't what the thread is describing. All good players have the weight forward at impact with axis tilt. The hips/weight is more forward than it was at address, head is still centered, creating the axis tilt.

 

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Yes Gary Edwin likes to see his players set-up with more axis tilt at address but that isn't what the thread is describing. All good players have the weight forward at impact with axis tilt. The hips/weight is more forward than it was at address, head is still centered, creating the axis tilt.

 

The bold, yes. That's not what this thread is about.

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oving Your Head..., MOVES THE SWING CENTER OR THE LOWEST POINT OF THE CLUB TRAVEL, BEFORE THE BALL "FAT SHOT", AFTER THE BALL... AAAH THAT'S THE ONE, LITTLE EARTH  THEN  BIG  EARTH... "WATCH YOUR SWING CENTER, I.E. PICTURE BOWLING WITH THE BALL IN YOUR HAND, BUT STANDING SO YOUR LEFT SIDE HIP IS FACING THE PINS (like addressing the golf ball), NOW ROLL THE BOWLING BALL... THAT MOVE, NO HEAD MOVEMENT LATERALLY, GREAT DRILL

JOHNALN

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oving Your Head..., MOVES THE SWING CENTER OR THE LOWEST POINT OF THE CLUB TRAVEL, BEFORE THE BALL "FAT SHOT", AFTER THE BALL... AAAH THAT'S THE ONE, LITTLE EARTH  THEN  BIG  EARTH... "WATCH YOUR SWING CENTER, I.E. PICTURE BOWLING WITH THE BALL IN YOUR HAND, BUT STANDING SO YOUR LEFT SIDE HIP IS FACING THE PINS (like addressing the golf ball), NOW ROLL THE BOWLING BALL... THAT MOVE, NO HEAD MOVEMENT LATERALLY, GREAT DRILL

JOHNALN

 

I have to admit.. I am confused..

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oving Your Head..., MOVES THE SWING CENTER OR THE LOWEST POINT OF THE CLUB TRAVEL, BEFORE THE BALL "FAT SHOT", AFTER THE BALL... AAAH THAT'S THE ONE, LITTLE EARTH  THEN  BIG  EARTH... "WATCH YOUR SWING CENTER, I.E. PICTURE BOWLING WITH THE BALL IN YOUR HAND, BUT STANDING SO YOUR LEFT SIDE HIP IS FACING THE PINS (like addressing the golf ball), NOW ROLL THE BOWLING BALL... THAT MOVE, NO HEAD MOVEMENT LATERALLY, GREAT DRILL

JOHNALN

 

 

Umm, please lay off the all CAPS! A tad hard to read. 

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