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I've been Playing Golf for: 1.5 years
My current handicap index or average score is: 90
My typical ball flight is: Slice
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Hitting the ball thin or fat, slice, improve distance (5 iron goes 150 carry)

I appreciate any tips or help. Thank you.







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Edited by Cgood103

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Hey Charlie, that’s a great first post. I’m sure someone will direct you to the camera angle instructions in that it should be higher (more even with your waist). You do a nice job with your head being steady with a centered turn. I’m not sure where the more golf savvy folks will have you start with your initial priority piece, but I notice your stance is a little narrow and you’re hinging your wrist at the very beginning of your takeaway. 

Edited by woodzie264

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Just a couple of things I noticed for now, you shouldn’t point your knees inward so much at address and don’t pull the club head inside in the takeaway.

You're going to want to take some better videos, preferably outside with better lighting at the proper angles so we can see more of what’s going on.


Also, for the love of that beautiful hardwood floor, stop hitting it with golf clubs 😃

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