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post #19 of 26
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I am already having problem with fade and slice ball flight. I'm afraid that if I were to do more inside out approach, my fade and slice problem will get worse. I am currently trying to tackle my fade and slice by turning my wrists at impact.

 

Please don't do that. Your path is to the left.

 

 

post #20 of 26

Not to overload you with information, but I notice your posture in the latest video.  You might want to give this thread a read as well ... http://thesandtrap.com/t/56069/good-golf-posture/0_30

post #21 of 26
Thread Starter 
wow Mordan! what can I say, that article clearly pointed out my exact problem! I'm like the student mentioned in it!
 
Now, I should work on my swing path (inside-out) to correct my slice and fade, instead of workimg my club face!
 
Thank you very much!
 
By the way,  from the videos I had uploaded, does my swing path looks like outside-in?
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You should have a read about the ball flight laws to help you diagnose what is happening based on your ball flight. 

 

http://thesandtrap.com/b/playing_tips/ball_flight_laws

 

Swinging more right (in to out) will reduce the amount of fade and slice that you get.

post #22 of 26
Thread Starter 
thanks iacas for taking the effort to draw those path for me.

Can I clarify with you that the green colored lines are the swing path and the red colored lines is where the ball is going?

what about those blue lines?
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Originally Posted by eyz4eva View Post

I am already having problem with fade and slice ball flight. I'm afraid that if I were to do more inside out approach, my fade and slice problem will get worse. I am currently trying to tackle my fade and slice by turning my wrists at impact.

 

Please don't do that. Your path is to the left.

 

 

post #23 of 26
Thread Starter 
thanks!

it's not too much at all. what you pointed out is the fundamental. if my fundamental is wrong, most likely my swing will end up wrongly as well.

i guess i'm too stiff. gotta have a much relaxed posture.

i'm so overwhelmed by you guys help!

i'll remember to try out everything during my next practice and will try to upload more videos.

Thanks!
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Not to overload you with information, but I notice your posture in the latest video. You might want to give this thread a read as well ... http://thesandtrap.com/t/56069/good-golf-posture/0_30
post #24 of 26
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Can I clarify with you that the green colored lines are the swing path and the red colored lines is where the ball is going?

what about those blue lines?

 

Yes, re: red and green.

 

The blue lines show the "path" (there's parallax error so you'd want to adjust for that) of the clubhead or sweetspot.

post #25 of 26
Thread Starter 

Hi guys, went for a practice yesterday and tried to get the left chicken wing sorted out. After looking at my comparison pic I posted earlier and numerous practice, I managed to straighten the chicken wing.

 

Below are the videos,

 

2 shots FO:

 

 

 

 

These 2 shots were taken when I was still experimenting the throwing of both arms in the followthrough. My arms at the top finishing were stiff.

 

3 shots FO:

 

 

 

The finishing looks a little better and more fluid.

post #26 of 26
Thread Starter 

2 more videos,

 

3 shots FO:

 

 

 

 

3 shots DTL:

 

 

 

I took Golfingdad's advice and made some changes to my posture at address. I dropped my shoulders and eased some pressure on the lower back.

 

For the 3rd shot in the last DTL video, I think my swing path is going from outside to inside, that is why I had a bad slice.

 

 

 

 

And finally picture of my swing at 3 O'clock position. I still need to work out my footwork, arms and body posture. It looked "loose" and I think I need to firm them up and make the movement more fluid. In order to correct my chicken wing, I had used minimal hips turn.

 

So to conclude, I tried some hip slide, changes my posture and corrected my chicken wing for this practice. I will continue to do these few area for a few more sessions. I might tried inside-out swing path to cure my slice and use more hip turn for my swing.

 

Please comment.

 

Thanks for reading! ^^

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