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Also, if you ever want to work together, we can meet up in Long Beach, I make it up there every two or three months. Planning to be at El Dorado to work with @Lihu March 8th. 

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Also, if you ever want to work together, we can meet up in Long Beach, I make it up there every two or three months. Planning to be at El Dorado to work with @Lihu March 8th. 


Ever make it up north Mike?

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Also, if you ever want to work together, we can meet up in Long Beach, I make it up there every two or three months. Planning to be at El Dorado to work with @Lihu
 March 8th. 
i would love that. I'm just short on money. Might get my tax return in a few weeks though. As soon as I do I would love to get some help in person from you. Thank you
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Ever make it up north Mike?

 

Not as much as I like. Might be up there this summer, I'll make a note to let you know if I do.

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Not as much as I like. Might be up there this summer, I'll make a note to let you know if I do.


Thanks

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Also, if you ever want to work together, we can meet up in Long Beach, I make it up there every two or three months. Planning to be at El Dorado to work with @Lihu March 8th. 

 

One on one lessons with somebody who knows what's up (like @mvmac) is the best way to go. Once every month or 2 is ideal so you can get priorities/feels and then train them in before you see the teacher again. If you want to shoot lower scores, sacrifice a round a month and put that money towards a lesson.

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One on one lessons with somebody who knows what's up (like @mvmac) is the best way to go. Once every month or 2 is ideal so you can get priorities/feels and then train them in before you see the teacher again. If you want to shoot lower scores, sacrifice a round a month and put that money towards a lesson.

I second this... I might be able to show you a few things with regards to how to practice, but as far as what you should be practicing, I don't know. @mvmac would be able to show you both, and it'd probably be the best money you could spend on your game.

 

My invitation still stands, and I look forward to you coming out, but make sure that you have a real good idea of what you need to improve and HOW you are going to do it before hand. There's not much I'll be able to do to help you practice if you don't know what you need to practice.

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I second this... I might be able to show you a few things with regards to how to practice, but as far as what you should be practicing, I don't know. @mvmac would be able to show you both, and it'd probably be the best money you could spend on your game.

 

My invitation still stands, and I look forward to you coming out, but make sure that you have a real good idea of what you need to improve and HOW you are going to do it before hand. There's not much I'll be able to do to help you practice if you don't know what you need to practice.

ya i'll head out there and give your course a shot and learn as much as possible. i wanna work on club path. I'm going to try some stuff tomorrow. 

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ya i'll head out there and give your course a shot and learn as much as possible. i wanna work on club path. I'm going to try some stuff tomorrow. 

 

Don't just try, commit. Just trying will not change anything. Commit to a change and work at it for a duration long enough to see results. 

 

In the words of the immortal YODA!!

 

"No. Try not. Do... or do not. There is no try."

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In the words of the immortal YODA!!

"No. Try not. Do... or do not. There is no try."

Shhhhh. No one tell @saevel25 that Yoda dies in Return of the Jedi. a2_wink.gif
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Shhhhh. No one tell @saevel25 that Yoda dies in Return of the Jedi. a2_wink.gif

Hey he lives on in the force. Living doesn't have to be bound by physical form.
post #120 of 215

 

 

Before on the left, after, slow swings on the right

 

 

Stronger grip, feet turned out more.

 

Adding more knee flex on the right, looks great.

 

Club face not fanning opening (less need to lift the arms), hips have turned more. 

 

Hips turning more early on the right, not moving back like they are on the left. Very athletic looking on the right.

 

More arm depth on the right, due to more rotation of the hips. Elbows also staying close together.

 

On the left, shaft steepens, left wrist is cupped, club outside the hands leading to the club moving down and across. On the right, shaft shallows, left wrist is flat, feeling bowed, path is OUTward.

 

More weight forward, less "flippy", handle is further forward. Head is also staying more steady, not "poping" up like in the left pic.

post #121 of 215
Great work @KyleAnthony and @mvmac. Now stick to the program ya stubborn mofo. a2_wink.gif
post #122 of 215

Nice work from both Kyle and Mike..I told ya Kyle...Mike knows Golf.:beer:

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Great work @KyleAnthony and @mvmac. Now stick to the program ya stubborn mofo. a2_wink.gif
Hahahaha will do :P
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Nice work from both Kyle and Mike..I told ya Kyle...Mike knows Golf.c2_beer.gif
yes he does. Looking at the pictures mike posted are even More eye opening that the practice. Wow haha ya the drills completely make y swing look better
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wow thank you so much for the video and pictures its really going to help me as a reminder moving forward

post #125 of 215

The last 2 sets of pictures are extreme, that club has to be at least 2 feet in different location, and you can see the glove hand in the before because of the flipping in the last set and of course in the after the release is being held back more. Well Kyle it looks like @mvmac has you started on the path it's up to you now.

post #126 of 215

Couple drills swings, nice work Kyle!

 

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