Agreed. I'm more interested of the biomechanics of it. I'm definitely more in balance, don't get that ugly step through. (I guess the step-through drill is actually a good way to feel yourself getting your weight forward).
The ball was going much straighter for my dispersion was tighter.
Is it the whole old adage about a relaxed muscle is faster than a tense one?
Maybe Erik can explain it better.
Years ago, I knew a man who stopped playing. He was a very good golfer and quit because (he said) he couldn't get better.
There is a simple formula: STRESS = DEMANDS (-) ABILITIES.
The demands and the abilities can be real or imagined, as I know all too well. The demands can be from others or from ourselves. -Marv
I've read this entire post and my head hurts. Perhaps it's due to being a lefty and doing the mental conversions has become exasperating...wait, no I'm used to that.....I'm waiting for @Jack Watson to MAKE A POINT. PLEASE!
Again, @Jack Watson, I don't care what people say they did. I care what they actually did. And your response has nothing to do with a "baseball homerun hitter."
Again, her right knee has extended from where it was at setup. The trail knee is not the topic here.
I asked you earlier what the point of this topic was, and as far as I can tell, you don't know. The topic seems to be "let me post pictures and video and just say whatever," so I'll simply leave it to you, @Jack Watson. Enjoy.
If you wanna swing like Mickey Wright, go ahead. There are far worse models you could choose.