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My Swing (Draftstone)

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I've been Playing Golf for:​ 7 years (but the first 6 years, were only 3-4 rounds per year, started "seriously" last year

My current handicap index or average score is: playing between 95 and 105

My typical ball flight is: fade (with the occasional slice, but quite rare)

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: I hit a lot of fat shots (maximum 100 yards carry with 6 iron when I usually carry it around 160-165 when hitting it clean)


I've just finished taking lessons and here are the videos of the final lesson.

Simply posting to get any comments (positive/negative, what I should continue to work on/improve, etc...)

And don't tell me that I should fix the fact that I play left-handed ;) lol



post #2 of 3

Hi, looks like a Key #1 lesson to me. What the heck do I mean by "Key", check this out 

 Introducing Five Simple Keys® 


Your head moves too far back on the backswing. This makes solid contact much harder. I would recommend feeling the right shoulder/right hip go down much longer on the backswing. The shoulder turn is too flat and your head is moving back. Add more "bend" (described in the video) and you'll actually increase your shoulder turn.


Also recommend turning the left foot out about 25 degrees, will help with the steeper shoulders.



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Thanks a lot for that reply! Will start to work on that and will post another video during summer to show the progress of my swing and to see what I could try to improve next!

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