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watty

My Swing (watty)

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I've been Playing Golf for: several years

My current handicap index or average score is: 15 index, but it's on the rise. Been shooting around 100 lately. For a while I was down to a 12, shooting in the 80s often, but with a flawed swing. I've since been working on fixing it but have been all over the place in the process.

My typical ball flight is: right now I'm so all over the map I don't even have a "typical," but I've always been a slicer

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: the slice and the compensating pull hook

It seems my swing is different every day these days as I continually tinker and search. These swings below are an 8 iron, trying my best to focus on weigh forward without doing a reverse pivot (that's been a problem for me lately).


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The one thing I noticed was that you flip your wrists slightly during impact.

As you can see your left wrist is flipped through impact. I have been working on eliminating the same thing. Try to work on keeping that left wrist firm through impact.

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try a steeper take away. your club comes away from the ball to the inside alot which is causing and over the top swing.

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The face on video looks like you might be struggling with a one piece take away. One drill my pro showed me was to put a ball down then one about an inch behind it and what i take away focus on pushing that ball straight back. It has helped me tremendously when i tend to get "handsy" with my take away.

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Thanks for the input, guys. I will keep this thread updated periodically.

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