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Hello all, I just discovered this new app and I wanted to know what you guys thought of my swing. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Here are some things I know I should improve on,
- Taking the club head more inside on takeaway.
- Keeping the plane more flat on the downswing.

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Look at the frame in row 3, column 1. Your right foot is already way off the ground, and your club is very upright. The frame rate isn't very high, sos I can't tell if you fix it before impact, but just compare is to row 2 column 3, where the club is under plane, or a bit flat.
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It's difficult to say because of the one "down the line perspective, " but I see three additional concerns.

A) row 2, column 3. You look like you're taking the club a little bit too inside. At this point, when the shaft is level to the ground, the club would be better positioned below your chin.

B) row 2, column 5. It appears your right elbow is a bit too high, relative to your head. I just finished reading Tiger Wood's "How I Play Golf." He writes of a check point in which the right elbow, when at the top, should be pointing down. He warn of allowing the right elbow drifting too far from your side and pointing behind you. It means that your back swing is lose and disjointed, your arms are out of sync with your body, and your downswing will lack power and consistency.

C) row 3, column2. I believe that you should see your club piercing through your left shoulder in this view. When swinging through the impact area, get a feeling as though you would throw the club shaft down the target line, if you were to let go.

Nice iPhone application! I'll have to look into getting this also.
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WOW! Looks like a sweet iPhone app. How did you set up the iPhone to take the down-the-line shot? Did you put it on a tripod? If so, how was it attached?

Obviously, with a 20+ HP, I'm not about to analyze your swing... but keep practicing....
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