We've discussed how bogus the "timing" thing is in other threads… but it doesn't take a genius to figure out that a few mm swinging at 80 MPH or whatever is not going to amount to much "time" to "square" the clubface.
Offset works because it tends to make people aim the clubface to the left. They line up the toe and the hosel, and the clubface points left.
Haven't done this in a while... here's my current swing with 6 iron
Haven't kept a legit handicap, but first three rounds this year have been +3, +4, +2
what i'm working on:
1. shortening my backswing in order to stay more connected going forward
2. more side tilt in the downswing/getting the bottom of my swing forward to eliminate that unsightly flippy action and lower ball flight
3. eliminating the early extension just before impact... which should straighten itself out once I take care of #2.
any advice appreciated gents!
My local range has pro tracer.
Is nice and seems very accurate. Very handy on days like today when the sky was really grey, I was losing the flight on most my shots so would not have known where they had gone.