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48 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

A quick check after work today. Trying to feel a full torso turn while keeping incline. 

Good. Keep the most width you can at the top. W-I-D-E.

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43 minutes ago, woodzie264 said:

No flip flops?! That’s bold to swing with a driver inside! You are definitely more man than I am :-)

Wife wasn't home.. lol.

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Ok some postural adjustments looking at last night's swing:

1) More bend for a 'more vertical' shoulder pitch.

2) Arm hang.

3) Combo of 1 and 2 for a little more separation of arms from torso.

11 hours ago, iacas said:

Good. Keep the most width you can at the top. W-I-D-E.

And yes, more width.

Not terribly worried but that little lift up and out of incline just before getting to A4 is a bit annoying.

Feels like a pull cut but with my tendency to drop the club in not sure a bad thing. I think..

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  • 3 weeks later...

1. Bend sufficiently to have arms hang away from torso.

2. First move - track club head, hands, soft arms straight back as wide as possible without losing peripheral vision of target.

3. Wide, wide, wide. Arms, especially left, maintain soft stretch. Do not 'load' arms.

4. Maintain incline, finish A4 with patience and...GO. 

Overall the feel is of space and 'carrying' ropy arms and club around the inclined  body. 

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Have had a hard time maintaining my feels. Zero concentration on the course. 

Reminder. Stay soft and 'dropped' at address, unified arms. Coil 'up', stay wide, let club sit on the neck and pull through.

ABSOLUTELY no shoving/pressuring the club shaft out against the body!!!

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On 4/4/2021 at 9:52 AM, iacas said:

I’m confused by “let the club sit on your neck.”

Sorry just saw this. It was a feel to not let shoulder turn on a flat pitch and let the club just fall behind me. In short a code for a steeper shoulder pitch, and vertical width. 

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Vishal, I love you, but no. Not this at all.

Your right elbow is bent as f***. Your wrists are hinged as f***. The shaft is three inches from your neck. Your hands are eight inches from your head.

W-I-D-T-H

 

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Another go. Focus on nothing but trying to get my hands as far away as I can. Felt all of my left ribs.

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