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• I got better (non-video) results with a deeper takeaway. However, I thought I was only masking a problem.  I’ll do some mapping and make “being deeper >P4-P6 my priority” Thanks!
• Day 55.  Had ten minutes to hit 8-iron flight shots indoors, off a mat, into a net, focused on setup and a little of A1-A3 based on something from my my swing thread.  I have come to realize if I don't have anything specific to work through, I should start working on the drills from the April Covid thread!
• I took a guess and evidently voted with the plurality of people so far.  My reasoning was basing on who I think won it that year, and what doing so accomplished for him.  I'll be curious to know the correct answer.
• Those calculations ignore two things: The club shaft and left arm are almost never straight. The distance from the left shoulder to the clubhead is rarely 67", and is only 67" for a fleeting moment in a golf swing. The club accelerates, it isn't traveling the arc of that thing at a constant speed. It's accelerating from 0 MPH.
• Left arm is a bit out at A5. Shaft follows a little. Both can be just a little bit deeper A4.5 to A6.

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