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I've been Playing Golf for: 20 years on and off. My current handicap index or average score is: 95 for 18 holes. My typical ball flight is: Extremely high. The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Hooks [rule] Videos: Here are a couple of vids of my swing. Any suggestions? I have pretty good distance, need to get reliable and consistent. My bad shots are hook. Normal shape slight draw. To me, I look too upright, back not straight (hump behind neck), and swing plane appears upright. In my work clothes, both videos, so not looking very sporty.Lol [VIDEO]https://youtu.be/Ux9CoTquWCM[/VIDEO] [VIDEO]https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yWP3l7_ZWKs[/VIDEO]

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How was that shot in the down the line video? Comparable to your average shot? To me it looks like a huge pull, at least based on the ball flight:

If your normal ball flight is a draw, it's probably a pull draw, because you're swinging way across the ball from out to in. This might be due to a whole lot of swaying going on in your back swing:

Ideally your left hip should stay on that line or even move slightly ahead of it. Because of this it's very hard for you get your weight forward at impact:

Having your weight back causes you to swing out to in, which can cause snap hooks and all kinds of problems. You should check this out:

http://thesandtrap.com/t/76114/how-to-make-a-centered-hip-turn

I hope it helps.

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In the video from the rear, it was a pull. About 30 foot left of aiming point. Straight left. On the sway, should I go to the (swing in a barrel ) routine? Putting rods in the ground on each side, to stop the sway? Thanks, Jack

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LL91,

You are correct on that ball flight, in my video.

I was thinking of another video that I didn't use.

In the video above in went out far left and came back to the middle a little bit.

It was a very ugly shot.

Thanks,

Jack

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Thanks 14ledo81,

Are you referring to spine angle in the video from the back?

Jack

Yes.

Do a search for the posture thread.

Edit:  Here it is.

http://thesandtrap.com/t/56069/good-golf-posture-how-to-address-the-golf-ball

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Then, I'm not too far, out of whack. I always see the hump on my back and think things are totally messed up. thanks for the help, Jack

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iacas, Thanks for the help. I'm going to work on exercises to help my swaying. Maybe I can get an updated video in a week , so that you guys can check my swing for improvement. Thanks for all of your help, Jack

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