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I've been Playing Golf for: 2 months

My current handicap index or average score is: 105

My typical ball flight is: sporadic

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: typical shots (working on consistency)

I apologize for the poor lighting in the video. This is a slow motion video of my typical swing. I am BRAND new to golf and just want to work on fundamentals. What are some things that I could work on to improve my swing? Thanks so much for any and all input!



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Not a bad start in my opinion... You have also come to the right place if you want to improve as well!

To start I would suggest reading and applying what is in this thread below.. Obviously the grip is your only contact with the club, so having the correct structure in your grip will really go along way.. If you have any questions about the grip you can ask in the thread below!

Then I would move on to the correct posture.. There is much misinformation on what the correct golf posture is out there, so the thread below will clear everything up, and this will really facilitate all the other movements going forward!

Next you should focus on a centered pivot and this will help you with keeping a steady head (which you do a pretty good job of by the way) and really put you in a good position at the top of the backswing.

I don't want to give you any more threads on specifics since this is a lot of stuff to digest.. However, I would also really suggest looking into the 5 simple keys learning system.. this will really prioritize for you what you should be working on, and give you a path for improvement.. This way you won't be bouncing around like I did a couple years ago without any improvement.

Good Luck and let me know if I can help at all.

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