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Pushing Right With Driver

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On 9/21/2019 at 6:26 AM, Dp75 said:

Please help me stop pushing it right with the driver, irons are good chipping is good just frustrated by driving right at the minute

A guaranteed to way to improve is to ignore people who've never seen you hit a ball diagnose your problem and tell you what to do and seek help from someone who can actually watch you hit balls.

A decent teacher will be able to help you after seeing you hit two balls. And that's only to confirm what they saw on the first swing. Someone who has not ever seen you play has no idea, because for all they know you might be doing something outrageously incorrect. How would they know you're getting "stuck on the downswing"or something? And telling you to exercise a "reverse pivot". Seriously??

My guess is also that irons and chipping are not "good", but your lack of experience makes you think they are.

Save yourself years of frustration and have a lesson. Best not to ask people who don't have a clue about your game.

Edited by leftybutnotPM

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That's my common miss. For me, its the right shoulder not turning enough or lagging back a bit. One thing that helps me is pretending I'm slamming a door closed. That motion really involves the whole right side. Best of luck.

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