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I thought this was a good video. I'm a little bit surprised it took them as long as it did to get to the grip, but… sometimes you don't think it's going to be something as simple/foundational as that, since as a player you don't notice it slowly working in one direction or another.

This was a good idea of the types of things that can have a big ripple effect, and the types of work instructors do with players all the time.

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  • iacas changed the title to Good Charley Hoffman/TPI Video

Great video.   It's great that he had video to compare a good swing with the current problem.  

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