Below is the feedback I received from Lamkin Customer Service:
"There is a white upside down V shape on the bottom hand of the training grip. The point on this V is basically the spot that you want to use to line this grip up to the clubface. This point should be lined up parallel to the leading edge of the clubface."
This time last year I was scoring about 115. This year the average is closer to about 103. So, yes, I'm better, but for some reason it's even more frustrating to be this close to double digits than to be totally hopeless. I find myself looking at my scorecard at the end of the round and knowing it could have happened this time, if I'd just cleared that bunker the first time, didn't skull that approach pitch, hit that hybrid shot a little cleaner for distance, and didn't spend most of hole 5 on hole 6's fairway. When there are fewer things keeping you from a milestone, the fact they keep happening is that much more maddening.
I disagree. For a day or so he compounded the image that Brazil was a completely lawless country totally unsafe for the Olympics. His reckless comments tarnished the reputation of the host country. It's like getting up at a wedding and saying someone stole your wallet - kind of kills the mood.
I rest my case.
Of the many issues I just don't know which one to concentrate on first, find myself doing a couple at once.(and thus not really fixing anything) I'm thinking clearing hips more at impact position is my first fix but not sure which issue is the main one I should start with. Please help.