I mentioned in another thread that I've recently taken a lesson from my club teaching pro. Now that I've had time to work on the lesson's, I feel more comfortable with the new swing thoughts and moves. I went in for a check up lesson last Friday and we worked on the same move, but exxagerating the concept of moving left at the start of the downswing. Actually, my pro feels the move left should begin just before you finish the backswing. Anyway, one of the affects of this move (for my swing) is to steepen my angle of attack. Trackman says I'm coming in very shallow with my irons and Brian feels if I get far enough left I HAVE TO come down steeper at the ball. I proved him wrong! LOL
My question is how this relates to the driver swing. As I understand it, one needs a bit more upswing at the ball with a driver to promote higher launch. I am sure the philosophy of rather to hit driver on the downswing vs upswing is subjective and argumentative, but I find myself struggling with my driver while incorporating this new move. I didn't think to ask Brian when I had my lesson and will ask at our next. In the meantime, does anyone have any light to shed on this thought? Should I have two swings - one for my irons and one for my driver?