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i've been looking at my swing quite a bit on video lately. My ball flight has been really good lately, so I'm hesitant to change, but if its for my benefit, i'm willing. From the behind view, I find that when the club is parallel to the ground, the club head is slightly outside of the grip and shaft. Some of it is the weight of the clubhead slightly flexing the shaft, but it still appears to be 1 - 2" outside of the grip. Is this a concern? Should it be perfectly in line when you practice a hands in, club out take away?

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