Today’s Session 4-8-20
Takeaway - Bump trail hip more
Move forward (leaning tower) after P2
Do not back out of shot (upper body) after transition. Stay on top of ball and just move hips out of the way.
I got into my trail hip a little better today. Not quite there yet.
The fall forward. This is success for the time being
Trying to stay “on top of ball” after transition seemed to help give me a touch of forward shaft lean.
I hit way less hooks and I think less fat shots. Don’t know until I play
shoulders were not steep enough in backswing. There was a slight steepening tilt of body/shoulders right at P4.
Steeper shoulders going back. The “left side crunch” that I use for steep shoulders should go along with the trail hip going more “up” at takeaway.
Keep trying to “cover the ball” after transition and into impact.
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