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post #37 of 51
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I will keep plugging away and get another dtl and fo view either this weekend or early next week.  Thanks guys for the help and comments.

Please give us some details on this quick improvement,it's not something we in golf world see very often.What specifically did you change?

post #38 of 51
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Please give us some details on this quick improvement,it's not something we in golf world see very often.What specifically did you change?

He said he's on Evolvr, and we see this quick improvement there all the time.

We are quite good. It's possible when you do more than quote someone else; when you have a real understanding.
post #39 of 51
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He said he's on Evolvr, and we see this quick improvement there all the time.

We are quite good. It's possible when you do more than quote someone else; when you have a real understanding.

Yep, I went from hitting over the top pulls and shanks to hitting push draws and no shanks in about 1-2 lessons on evolvr.  It is quite good and buckshot is doing some great work.

post #40 of 51
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Thanks guys. I think I have a pretty good idea to the feels I need to be working on now. Probably going to take a while to get them ingrained. One last question before I get to work on this, when Brian tells me my left arm is to much across my chest, does that mean I should be going up with it more instead of in? I did not send the last video I posted here into evolvr. Do my arms look like they are enough in front of me, or should I try and get them a little more up? Thanks guys.
post #41 of 51
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Thanks guys. I think I have a pretty good idea to the feels I need to be working on now. Probably going to take a while to get them ingrained. One last question before I get to work on this, when Brian tells me my left arm is to much across my chest, does that mean I should be going up with it more instead of in? I did not send the last video I posted here into evolvr. Do my arms look like they are enough in front of me, or should I try and get them a little more up? Thanks guys.

buckshot....your questions are understandable,but it's also understandable that you should tell us what you did.

post #42 of 51
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I just worked on the things Brian (from evolvr) and Mike told me to. Its only one swing. They are not ingrained. I have found that it is very easy to "change the picture" while hitting into a net. I'm not worried were the ball goes. The challenge will be to see if I can take the swing from the garage to the course. I probably have a couple months before I have to worry bout that though.
post #43 of 51
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I just worked on the things Brian (from evolvr) and Mike told me to. Its only one swing. They are not ingrained. I have found that it is very easy to "change the picture" while hitting into a net. I'm not worried were the ball goes. The challenge will be to see if I can take the swing from the garage to the course. I probably have a couple months before I have to worry bout that though.

Well in 24 hrs you go from a poor swing to a very good one,that is extremely unusual in golf world where we are told swing changes take months.I for one would appreciate a few more specifics....I don't think that is an unreasonable request.

post #44 of 51
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for one would appreciate a few more specifics....I don't think that is an unreasonable request.

It's his thread. He can share them or not.

Given who you are (or who you play on the Internet) I might keep them to myself too.
post #45 of 51
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Dont really know what to tell you.  In both swings(the good and bad you say, I have no idea, im just a stupid monkey)  feels are being forced.  The second swing might be closer to my natural swing than the first.  Dont know what else to tell you.

 

Hey Mike, why do you keep trying to teach me how to swing like Zach Johnson?  5 and 4 ugghh.

post #46 of 51
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Dont really know what to tell you.  In both swings(the good and bad you say, I have no idea, im just a stupid monkey)  feels are being forced.  The second swing might be closer to my natural swing than the first.  Dont know what else to tell you.

 

Hey Mike, why do you keep trying to teach me how to swing like Zach Johnson?  5 and 4 ugghh.

Yeah I'm not a ZJ swing fan either but I thought that was your model...maybe not.

post #47 of 51
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Yeah I'm not a ZJ swing fan either but I thought that was your model...maybe not.

 

Zach is used as a model for this particular piece. That doesn't mean that his swing is being shaped to look exactly like Zach in the rest of the motion.

 

Also, I'm fairly certain he was joking, given his "5 and 4" comment… Zach is of course a multiple winner on the PGA Tour, and a Masters champ at that.

post #48 of 51
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Zach is used as a model for this particular piece. That doesn't mean that his swing is being shaped to look exactly like Zach in the rest of the motion.

 

Also, I'm fairly certain he was joking, given his "5 and 4" comment… Zach is of course a multiple winner on the PGA Tour, and a Masters champ at that.

 

It was definitely meant as a joke.  I will never hit the ball as good as Zach Johnson hits it on a bad day.

post #49 of 51
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Originally Posted by buckshot4227 View Post
Thanks guys. I think I have a pretty good idea to the feels I need to be working on now. Probably going to take a while to get them ingrained. One last question before I get to work on this, when Brian tells me my left arm is to much across my chest, does that mean I should be going up with it more instead of in? I did not send the last video I posted here into evolvr. Do my arms look like they are enough in front of me, or should I try and get them a little more up? Thanks guys.

 

Sorry I forgot you were doing Evolvrs with Brian. Just watched his analysis and yeah I agree the right right was better.

 

IMO here's what Brian means by arms too much across the chest. At A3, the hands are too far inside the right shoulder. Pics below are a good example because the arms are still inward but not behind the right shoulder.

 

 

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Hey Mike, why do you keep trying to teach me how to swing like Zach Johnson?  5 and 4 ugghh.

 

lol, sometimes I just go with the first swing I see. I put Sand Trap swing videos in the "Other" section of Analyzr, which is below "Models". So "Zach" is right there ;-)

post #50 of 51
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Still working with Brian on evolvr, but I thought I would post here also for some more feedback.  Im still working on shoulder turn, and keeping my arms more out in front of me.  Let me know what you think needs more work.  Thanks guys.
post #51 of 51

Looking good dude. Kind of tough to tell from the video, how much are your feet turned out? Generally like to see them flared 20-25 degrees each.

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