Originally Posted by RandallT
My last Evolvr lesson included this piece and I'm still working it too. I think I do it fine in mirror and slow motion swings with a ball at the range, but on video at full speed, I can't seem to get it. I took a break from Evolvr (and golf) for a bit cuz of time constraints but hopefully can pick back up. I'd be embarrassed
if I haven't powered through this stumbling block though. Hope you can get through it better than I'm able to thus far.
Thanks Randy... oh come on.. no reason to be embarrassed about something like this..
Heck.. if that was the case I would have stopped playing from embarrassment a long time go... I'm sure the same for everyone else.. I'm going to keep working on it until I find a feel that works.. I'm thinking of going to the extreme feel of the club basically being horizontal to the ground at A5 and see if that works
Originally Posted by Hammer 4
Eyad, dude, your swing has greatly improved since you first posted. Congratz on the good improvement you've made..
Thanks Greg, I try to put things in perspective.. I mean this same time last year I didn't really know anything about swing path, pivoting, turn rates or what laying the club down even means... However, I just know that this is such an important piece I am working on, because it will change my ball flight forever if when I am able to get it right on a consistent basis!
Originally Posted by 2rakez
edit: accidentally watched an older video by accident. good swing
Thank you.. I didn't see your previous comment so no worries!
Originally Posted by BENtSwing32
It's a tough piece for a lot of us I think, obviously even tougher with the woods. Have you (or anyone) tried the Medicus training aid below? It's the one @iacas uses in that Key #4 video. Thinking about giving it a whirl...
Tell me about it.. I am just trying so hard to leave the OTT club.. I feel like I have over stayed my welcome and I just need to pack my bags and graduate into the in-out club!
I have seen that training aid below, and a few times I have put things down on the ground to replicate the same idea.. I think I just really need to exaggerate to the n'th level and see what happens.. Stephan wants my club to be pointing about 18 inches past the ball once I get to A5.. I am sure the result he wants is for it to be around 6 inches or so, but what if I exaggerate until it is horizontal with the ground?? work my way back you know??
I definitely want to hear more stories from people who have overcome this piece and how it has improved their game!