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Jberkowitz89

My Swing (Jberkowitz89)

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I've been Playing Golf for: 2.5 Years (3rd year playing consistently, only get about 6 months of golf per year though living in Chicago)

My current handicap index or average score is: 22 (Average score of 94)

My typical ball flight is: Honestly, my ball flight is pretty all over the place. I have some hooks and some slices, and also some nice drives every round, so there isn't really a typical flight.

The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Push-Slice, where none of my weight gets to the front foot, and I end up losing the ball way right.

Some background about my swing: I used to play baseball, so the biggest issue I have with my swing is getting all of my weight on my front foot. I've also been told that I have a tendency to have my hands get in front rather than them lagging behind the lower body. I've taken a few lessons, but only one so far this season.

Let me know if I can give any more information that could help


Video 1 (I know the face-on angle isn't great)

Video 2

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Push-Slice, where none of my weight gets to the front foot, and I end up losing the ball way right.

Yes that's what I see as well

I would recommend working on this feel/drill to get the weight further forward on the downswing which will help the path be more outward or less across the ball.

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