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10 hours ago, iacas said:

Came up with an odd sort of drill for myself. I did it a little too fast and was just a little out of sequence, but these are among the first swings I recorded and they're still pretty decent. So I kinda like it.

Just a trial run though, and I think the idea is sound, but it has to be done smaller, shorter, smoother.

These are "okay."

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What is the focus piece of the drill, higher hands at A4?

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1 hour ago, boogielicious said:

What is the focus piece of the drill, higher hands at A4?

More about teaching where the arms go — mostly upward, rather than around you — during the golf swing. By just pumping them up and down in front of me, and then adding in a turn (you can see how out of sequence it is, but that's not really the point) after four or five, you can really make the arms feel like they go out and up and you can really feel how it's the "turn"'s job to carry the hands/arms inward (depth).

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7 minutes ago, iacas said:

More about teaching where the arms go — mostly upward, rather than around you — during the golf swing. By just pumping them up and down in front of me, and then adding in a turn (you can see how out of sequence it is, but that's not really the point) after four or five, you can really make the arms feel like they go out and up and you can really feel how it's the "turn"'s job to carry the hands/arms inward (depth).

Thanks. It looks like a good drill to try. Sometimes I get too flat on the course. 

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