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Width and rotation of core. Need to get this beaten body moving again. 

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Round and outside practice rained out. Will do video next time. Few notes:

1. Arms unified, in front of chest and hang low. Especially left arm should hug the chest softly (actually a good feel to maintain throughout the swing).

2. Let chest 'drop' to the ground with NO pressure on shaft or club. This will be ultra important and ensuring club mass will get completely behind with FULL shoulder rotation at A4 and STAY behind at transition.

3. Keep shoulder plane steep. Take away should begin with left shoulder pushing 'beneath' right shoulder. This will get shaft vertical at A3.

4. Also no funny business with hands or lifting till A3

5. Did I say keep chest 'dropped' down! You lift, you dead.

4. Feel FULL left rib and left arm stretch at A4. Hands pushed away up and back.

5. Keep arms to body and turn through. If done right, club will want to rollover post impact.

Extra credit for a 'patient' turn through..😊

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Feels that worked well on course. 

1. Left hand/arm goes along for a ride in the BS. 

2. Vertical (-ish) turn/flow of shoulders, arms and club. Horizontal element leads to pushes and pulls. Especially driver. 

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Poor putting and botched long irons has till the scoring still in the doldrums, but had a good driver outing yesterday. 8/14 FIRs. 

Focus on width and turn (left rib stretch) at A4, soft 'stretchy' left hand/arm. Feel is more of 'carry' the club to A4 then Doing well on being 'patient' through DS and impact. Less jumpy. 

Can I here someone to putt for me? lol. Had being doing great with distance control but had hard time adjusting to speed yesterday and missed bunch of 3-4 foot comebackers. Whatever... not too concerned/focused on the putting at the moment. 

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2 hours ago, iacas said:

Check your acceleration profile. It might not be just "can't adjust to the speed."

Yes, felt like I was guiding the ball. Need to get back to popping it a tad. Will get butchered on RNK greens with this stroke. 

 

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3 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

Yes, felt like I was guiding the ball. Need to get back to popping it a tad. Will get butchered on RNK greens with this stroke. 

Sure. But putting is easy to fix.

I want to see some W-I-D-T-H in like ten days.

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7 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

No warm up.. 

No width?

C’mon Vishal. You can do this. No reason to have that right elbow bending that much.

No reason for the club to go back anywhere near that far.

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5 minutes ago, iacas said:

No width?

C’mon Vishal. You can do this. No reason to have that right elbow bending that much.

No reason for the club to go back anywhere near that far.

Will keep at it. Obviously what I'm feeling ain't real.

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Managed to get one of two drills recorded before skies opened up. Letting my back completely open up to target to get a good turn and pushing out club away from me to get width.

Pushing club away can be better for sure.

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