Originally Posted by newtogolf
I purchased a SkyPro device to provide me with feedback on my golf swing beyond video. Along with measuring most aspects of the golf swing it points out areas of the swing that the developers consider to be bad.
With all my clubs, it reports shaft lean as being too forward. On my PW, my shaft lean at address is 14* and at impact it's 15*. On my driver shaft lean is 10* at address and 12* at impact.
What are acceptable numbers for shaft lean at address and impact? Should I be working on using less shaft lean at address or just ignore the alerts for this part of the swing?
I just checked my numbers on mine and I always get the forward leaning shaft alert in my address position because of how I setup but from what I see you are steep with all of your clubs especially your driver into impact.
My PW was 5 degrees forward at impact while your 15 degrees is much much too steep. My shaft angle with my driver was 3 degree leaning backwards and you are 12 degrees downward and that is not good and has to be corrected. I don't worry so much about the ones at address because I feel comfortable, but the ones at impact are what matter and since I deliver the club pretty well I don't worry about the forward leaning shaft at address.
On film I'm sure Iacas could tell you right away what your problem is whether it be ball position, or loss of axis tilt, etc. Either way something isn't right. And the unit is very accurate so I can't blame the skypro.