I went to the range this afternoon... And it was slammed. So I didn't get to take any Face-On or Posterior views... I guess that's what happens when it's Sunny and 60F in February? Gets all the folks out banging balls? Anyway... I usually film with a 6i.... But I have been absolutely mashing my 8i so I wanted to get it on camera to see if there was anything different about it?
Here is a swing (ball was hurt):
Well, after looking at the video in standard speed - and slow motion... My turning rates look pretty clean. Much better than they were a year ago. But here is what I'm stoked about....
This video - I don't know why - but I had an epiphany when watching it! I noticed that my freaking RIGHT hand and wrist cock is what is causing my closed face at A4. Not my grip. Not my left wrist hinge. I don't know why.... But I've never consider the right hand wrist was over flexing. This is why my damn face is always closed at A4. Basically - I need to get more rigid with that hand - and not just left it flop open where the open palm goes skyward at the top (back of palm facing down).
I need more of a "I swear to tell the truth" type of Oath right hand - NOT - the current waiter carrying a tray feel I had going. I can't wait to take some new video of this... I finally - FINALLY know what the culprit is after all these months of taking video and analyzing my swing. Wow... What a freaking relief. I pumped!!!
People... This is why you need to film your swing. Because eventually these type of glaring issues will pop out at you.