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Trying not to consciously manipulate the club in the full swing. Just let those hands move around on the angled plane.

Also, putting. Every day is putting day. I've been yipping like Paris Hilton's ••••ing lapdog.
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I have the same problems you have referenced in this entry. Can you give me any follow up on how you are doing and what if any drills have helped with the dreaded over the top swing. Thanks
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I started working on the Stack and Tilt swing today. Struggled at first with the three iron, and then the seven iron. Hit a few the way I wanted, but I felt like I was still flipping my wrists. I started hitting half pitches, focusing on keeping my "flying wedge" and started making much better contact.
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working on hitting draws a bit more. A local course I play at a lot has a lot of dog leg rights so I'm comfortable hitting a fade...I recently worked on fixing my hook and got it to a managable level to where I'm hitting draws with my driver at the range. On the course however is a different story. I'm just much more comfortable hitting a fade.

Anyway, this past weekend I had a company tournament where there were 3 holes that were aggressive dogleg left where a draw is needed unless you tee of with an iron. Tee'd off one hole with a 3 wood and hugged the tree line perfectly to the left. Second dogleg left, par 5, grabbed a driver and went for a draw but ended up hooking it. Third hole, I ddn't feel comfortable so I tee'd off with a 6 iron...felt good right off the face but I saw it fall into the trees and thought "shit"... as I approached the ball, the ball was perfectly positioned on the fairway about 20 yards longer than my normal 6 iron shot. Turns out I hit the cart path and took a nice leap right onto the fairway!
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does anyone have any advice on shot shaping, namely the punch shot and the draw (left to right). I can consistetly move the ball right to left and hit it straight using some wrist action but can't for the life of me get a consistent draw. The last time I played it was windy and I have a pretty low trajectory but the balls never took off into the air, rather just stayed nice and low. I want to know how to reproduce this.
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