I've been Playing Golf for: 2 years
My current handicap index or average score is: Don;t Keep one
My typical ball flight is: Pull with the shorter clubs and Hook with the longer clubs
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: A Pull and a Hook
The following videos are from the last 3 months. I'm located north of the board so I've had to head indoors in the last one.
First off I was just fitted a month ago for new clubs, didn't end up buying anything but had my clubs bent because there were to upright. I was told that was the biggest factor in the Pulls and Hooks. Anyways just looking for everyone's thoughts about my move and any potential problems you see. Also anyone know why in the last month my follow-through has become more "chicken winged" In all videos I'm hitting the same 58 degree wedge with a 64 degree lie.
This is the swing I think I liked the most. It seemed very round (inside to inside) but produced the biggest pulls. I had to open the face 5 degrees and pull it back on target, but I believed that was lie angle related. Also I was told by a pro that I was standing a little to far away from the ball and was reaching a bit.
This was a fluke day in the middle of December where all the snow had melted and we had 50 degree weather. I had tweaked the swing to try and keep my right heel down a little longer.
I hate hitting off mats. This was taken yesterday and I am really starting to notice a "left arm wing". I also noticed I am starting to stand closer to the ball and Swing more upright. Since the lie angle of this club was never adjusted I am wondering if the high toe on the mat is more prominent and causing me to hold off a release to "not go left".
Any input would be greatly appreciated.