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My Swing (GolfSnowMan)

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GolfSnowMan    0

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I've been Playing Golf for: 12 years

My current handicap index or average score is: 15

My typical ball flight is: draw

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

(Sorry I blocked out my face because I want to remain anonymous and I do also have a stupid expression at impact.)

My pro sent me these pictures (I don't have any video footage) and said these are the four most important parts of the swing.

At present we are working on improving my impact position which he said should resemble my address position as in P1/P3. As you can all see I seem to have done this quite well but still can't seeem to get any distance out of my shots.

Is my pro leading me up the garden path or is there another reason why I am lacking or losing power?

Thanks in advance for any guidance.


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guiseppe    1

Actually...to my eye, impact position does not look the same.  It appears your left wrist has broken down and you are flipping the club.  The instructors here emphasize a "flat left wrist" at impact. As you can see your left wrist is a bit bowed back.

Your pro is not leading you down the wrong path. Plus, he is going to be able to do a lot more for you while seeing you live.  As my first boss told me:  if you are going to pay someone for their advice, you should take it.

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