I missed the last few weeks, but have watched it since season 1. I like the show, but get annoyed with the stupid guesses, then when it's time for the reveal, somehow on occasions they pick the right person out of the blue. It's hard to keep up with the clues if you aren't recording it or taking notes, but they usually lead you to the right person.
It is. But… it's generally wise to try to avoid making "always/never" type statements, no?
And if the body doesn't work properly?
And I try to be practical about it, and give people feels that work for them, and have helped a number of people by saying, as I said above, something like "feel like your head moves down and forward a foot in the backswing" to change what their body was doing.
It's not often the first thing I go to, but… some people, you can tell them all the "body" feels and not see results, and then tell them something like that, and they get it.
Of course, but that's beside the point. The head is a reference point, really (though for some how the head works or more so the neck can affect the way the body works, rather than the much more common vice versa).
And if you "start there" and can't get the improvements you're after?
That's all I'm saying, man.
Great! Thank you!
I’m not hitting off a mat here but I get it. Corona virus has me turning my backyard into a practice facility lol. I’ll try the shift / fall into the left side and report back with a video. 🤙🏻
thanks again for the time!
This is my first day on TPT. I figured the idea was to jump in with your thoughts and ideas.
My belief is that the head will move naturally if the body works properly and I don’t believe that putting awareness on the movements of the head is the right way to go about it. If the head is working incorrectly it’s because the body is working incorrectly. For example, when someone sees a head moving up in the backswing and way left in the downswing (face on view) they may advise “feel like your head goes down in the backswing and back in the downswing” or whatever. I look at what there body is doing to find the root cause of those poor motions and start there.
And thank you!! 🤙🏻 I won’t get offended lol. I love talking and debating the golf swing with others. I’ve played golf almost my whole life (I’m 28 now started at 8 ). Literally my favorite thing in the world is golf haha. I still spend 3+ hours daily hitting balls and probably spend 3 hours reading content online and watching videos.