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Range Vs Course, Dialing Back for Contact

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3 hours ago, JM2334 said:

i definitely think it’s something physical with my swing when I’m on the course I’m just wondering what’s mentally making me change it from on the range, frustrating!

Then the question is, are you working on the right thing the right way.

Feel isn't real. I use to take the club way inside. For me, the feel of a more upright swing was like my arms/hands going straight up, and the club is pointing vertical. It wasn't close to that, but it is what I needed to feel for half a year.

You may need to get good instruction.

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5 hours ago, saevel25 said:

Feel isn't real. I use to take the club way inside. For me, the feel of a more upright swing was like my arms/hands going straight up, and the club is pointing vertical. It wasn't close to that, but it is what I needed to feel for half a year.

Yup.  My priority piece for a while a year or so ago made me feel like I was having my back swing like Jim Furyk.  In my head, that had to be what my back swing looked like.  I was following the feels I was given to work on and was hitting the ball well.  When I saw it on video, I was amazed at how smooth -- and how definitely not like Jim Furyk's back swing -- it looked. 

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