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Hi Everyone,

I was wondering what result anybody has had using two different swing methods at once. One for swinging an iron and another for the driver. Maybe someone on this forum has tried this. For example, using a single plane swing for the driver and a conventional swing for irons.  I ask because at the moment, I’m hitting my irons pretty decently, but I’m pretty lost with my driver. Just thinking…

Thanks!

Danny

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I don't think that you should think of the swing as a "method" or not.

I think the two swings, though different, aren't that different. Just find and make a good swing, and then go with that. That'd be my advice.

There will be a few little points that are different with each, but on the whole, they're similar.

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