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divot shape

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guys im ised to noticing the direction of my divots but since some swing changes i occasionaly hit a big slice and the divot starts really fat and then goes really thin, like am arrowpointing in the direction of where im aiming, afraid i didnt get a photo as i left my phone in the car any ideas?
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Hard to tell without a picture or video.

http://thesandtrap.com/t/53952/divots

Try that thread. See if anything in there helps.

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Hard to tell anyways. Divots are not very useful.

Keep working on what advice Mike has given you in your swing thread. Ultimate goal is usually a push draw, which would be a shallower swing path. So things should take care of its self in the long run.

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Lol im deffo following mikes advice,.....i shot 109 in horrible wind yesterday, and ive not shot over 100 for about 2 years now, but i stuck with the changes and advice because i could see some really nice shots out there, it will just take some time to come together and be second nature

but this shot has never been a part of my game and the divot shape ive never seen before, so naturally i presume im doing something wrong,

the new swing is slightly OTT but not in a big way

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New thread that might be good for you to check out  [CONTENTEMBED=/t/73287/change-the-dang-picture layout=inline]​[/CONTENTEMBED]

thanks mike much appreciated a very good read!!! will certainly take something from it doesnt explain my divot shape though :p

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doesnt explain my divot shape though :p

It means you're not doing what I recommended slow enough to change things. Path is still down and to the left. I explained why the path was left, it 's easiest to send our path to the right with our weight 85-95% forward, and to shift our path left with our weight farther back.

http://thesandtrap.com/t/73222/my-swing-carpediem4300#post_963508

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ah right i get it, sorry didnt put two and two together i just worry that from so many years of swining flat and way inside blocking it right all the time that if i swing down the line or right ill just start blocking it again, i struggle to close the clubface naturally as it is but will try your drills :)
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