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My Swing (TPowell1990)

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I've been Playing Golf for: Around 20 years or so off and on.
My current handicap index or average score is: Hard to say my cap as I believe my course hasn't been reviewed in such a long time but I consistently break 80 on a par 72 course if I'm playing decently
My typical ball flight is: Mostly straight with irons but a big fade/slice with the longer clubs
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: The big banana ball with the longer clubs

 

I've played a lot of sports with good success including golf for a while but I've always been very unorthodox style wise. I'm trying to be more technical swing wise as I really struggle otherwise when I don't get to play multiple times a week. I worked with a good instructor locally for about a year and made good progress but I don't really want to make the drive there and spend the money on many more lessons. I'm just curious what people think so far. Below are some of the issues I've had and corrected (partly) and the videos are all with a PW or so. The DTL view was a flush PW right at the target and the side view was fat and pulled which was fairly unusual for me for a miss. 

 

1. Very shut club face at the top which led to me "saving it" at the bottom with a ton of shaft lean that led to big issues hitting anything but low and weak slices with longer clubs

2. After correcting the shut club face, I couldn't release the club properly still so I had many of the same issues

3. I'm very quick at the top typically especially with my arms/shoulders.

 

 

 


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It looks like according to others my turn is WAY too big which is fine as that day I experimented with a bigger turn in hopes of staying more inside but I'll definitely shorten that up. Curious what others see outside of the turn being too much and the reverse pivot with the head. 

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