I didnt want to start another thread for this question and clog things up so thought id ask it here and hope you see it,
I'm spending 10-20 minutes a day in the mirror teaching myself a new shoulder plane, a steeper one as im really flat, im using your drills to help this and it feels good, at first it was awkward and painful, now it feels free,
Tomorrow i plan on a range session with my buddy videoing my swing and i plan on the 30% drill mike advocated to engrain the feel, (a few full swings as well, i like to thwack it sometimes)
My question is, im grooving a new backswing shoulde plane thats steeper, do i need to replicate this on the downswing? it feels natural to do that from where my new backswing ends up, but feels as though i might end up smashing the club into the ground getting the right shoulder that far down on the down swing,......
Is this the right sorta feeling? im not to focused on the downswing as yet as i want the backswing plan to be grooved in before i jump ahead, but a general idea/consensus would be cool