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jasonpetermann

My Swing (jasonpetermann)

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I've been Playing Golf for: 20 years (just back from a 3 year break though)

My current handicap index or average score is: mid 80's to low 90's

My typical ball flight is: slight draw

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: fat shot


Videos:

8-iron

Driver

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I could swear my swing was prettier than this. I thought I was doing well, as my scores have been improving. And then I watched the videos of my swing and about threw up! It is no wonder my distance has been suffering and I had no consistency.

So, go ahead, tear it apart and help me fix it. I do better (As most do I believe) working only on a couple things at a time. So, what should I start with?

Thanks in advance for all the pain you will cause me! :-O

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The solution for a prettier swing is really quite obvious:  have whomever is filming you swing your club.  Spending time with you down at the range,giving you feedback.... that girl is a keeper.

There is a lot of body movement.  In your videos use the objects in the background as guides and you can see how much your position changes.  Try to keep your head in a steady position and rotate through the ball.  You may have to stand a bit taller over the ball at address (I say that because you are standing up to hit the ball)

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Giuseppe, Been married to that girl for 24 years and she is certainly a keeper! As far as my swing goes, the first thing I saw was all that movement. I think part of it may be caused by being bent over so much. Gonna take that thought to the range. That and I will concentrate on turning my shoulders while keeping a steady head. Got to start somewhere. Thanks for your reply.
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