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My Swing (Poser) - Page 5
Been a while since I've updated this thread. Currently haven't taken a lesson in a while but, here is one of my latest swings. I was doing the online lesson thing while it's great I really need the hands on attention. Sadly still looking for someone local since my last instructor got out of the business and the state.
Been struggling lately with pull draws and low point issues again. I always seem to struggle with low point which can be very frustrating.
Thanks Beach, Thats one thing I need to work on eventually. I still keep coming back to the same issues I always fight. Right now working on trying to not get the club laid off at the top like I tend to do. On the downswing I'm trying to work on maintaining the wedge longer, follow through, and get my forward leg to straighten faster. I sometimes sag my front leg to much and dump the club in the ground
I think you look very good at A4 (or P4). I'd simply focus on A5+ through impact based on what you want to improve on.
Right or Left arm?
Last week I started watching this oldie but goodie. And it really got the quality of my ball striking up instantly. All I did was just practice the motion Dana does in the video (0:58 to 1:02)... Over and Over and Over and Over again... Not even hitting a ball. Just focused on increasing the 2nd accumulator - and finding a consistent low point.
Then when I was hitting balls on the range and course... My dispersion was very tight and the ball was ripping through the air.
Maybe it will help you too?
Looks really good. I'm going to be picky and add to what Beach is saying about the 2nd Accumulator. From A3.8 - 4.2 the elbows separate a little. What I mean is that the right elbows moves a touch back and up. When the elbows separate we need to make a compensation so we don't hit it fat, so the head comes "off the wall", then the right knee over flexes, wrist angles dump. I'd say to feel the handle lower, get to the same height as it was at address faster and have the elbows "squeezing". Check out Dana at :46 that's a great image for you to have in your head when you practice. I think if the elbows don't separate, handle lowers more, you'll see improvement with the lag (wedge), maintaing inclination (head on the wall) and flex of the right leg.
Here's a drill I do to work on that very piece, watch how low I'm getting the handle in the practice motions.
It could or feeling the right hip stay higher. Still gotta get the handle down sooner. It's ok for the left shoulder to transfer forward (towards the target) a little, that might help as well. Feeling might be like you're pulling a large nail out of a wall behind you.