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Since @Beachcomber doesn't post anymore, I'll post for him ;-)

Feeling I suggested was that the wrist angles, especially the right wrist, doesn't change it's flex from A1-4. Right wrist over flexes, left goes into palmar flexion, right arm gets "bunchy" at A4 and then the shaft steepens on the downswing. Much better here.

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Shawn, I'll say this slowly so that you can understand: Your slow turning rates are leading to your elbow getting too

Be careful with that video of Mike's, big part of getting the right arm into pitch is how it straightens down and how the body gives it space.  He's demonstrating it with too much bend.  How do you do

And they ****ing should be.

Who the hell is the freak with his paws on my golf bag?! :beer:

@mvmac thank you for posting a swing and a few feels to consider... I'll work on the right palm/wrist and try and prevent it from overflexing from A3 to A4.  Definitely would like to see that club become more square at A4 and believe you nailed the weakness in your observation.

Sorry about being sporadic on here... Baby and work have both taken a lot of my downtime!!

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Sorry about being sporadic on here... Baby and work have both taken a lot of my downtime!!

I know exactly how you feel. My baby is 3 now and it only gets tougher as she gets older.

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