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We Didn't Work on his Downswing



We worked on his backswing. His pivot. Reducing the sway. And a little bit of setup work (the grip is quite a bit stronger - this player may need to reduce the strength eventually, but not now).

This speaks to prioritization. That doesn't always mean fixing the first part of the swing that goes wrong, but often, that's kind of how it feels, because everything after that becomes a compensation.


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A number of my early evolvr lessons were on backswing.  I think I went from a 19.x to a 14 or so before we worked on anything else.  Amazing how many things started going better on the downswing when the backswing improved.  I'm glad I trusted the process, and I'm sure your student feels the same way.

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