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Grog Nerman

My Swing (Grog Nerman)

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Hi everybody,

I've been playing golf now for two years and now I have developed nasty habit to pull little or less all my clubs. What I have done to countermeasure it is to swing more in to out (in my mind) and swing the ball to right. This correction tends to usually only send the ball straight right of the target. When hitting driver and dropping my hands to increase in to out-line I tend to push cut it.

I posted my driver swing because it shows pretty good what is my problem. I need to aling really right to even hit a baby draw. I have a feeling that my left foot slips at the ground and spins me at the downswing towards left but I leave it to you guys because I'm out of clues. I'm teeing the ball pretty much line of my left chest.

I've been Playing Golf for: 2 years
My current handicap index or average score is: 12.6
My typical ball flight is: straight (believe or not) baby draw/fade pending on lie
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: pull to the left


1. My desired shot (maybe little bit "pully" too)

2. My miss



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I'm no expert but you seem very sat down in the address position. In the past when I have done this I have struggled with balance throughout the strike.

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Thanks for the advice!

Really tried to implement posturing up in todays training and it felt  much better. Still when i posture up I tend to pop up ball easier so I have to really visualize shallower swing.


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