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58 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

If you could swing it, a trip to Golf Evolution in Erie would really help. I do Evolvr, which is very good, but in person with Erik is excellent.

I picked up on that with his response…and I’ve considered it several times. I, for the moment, don’t see me having the time to take a weekend to get up there. I know we are all busy, but my weekends are definitely filled with family events/plans with so rarely a weekend free. I guess it’ll never happen if I don’t make it happen….suppose I should look at a calendar. 

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2 hours ago, woodzie264 said:

I picked up on that with his response…and I’ve considered it several times. I, for the moment, don’t see me having the time to take a weekend to get up there. I know we are all busy, but my weekends are definitely filled with family events/plans with so rarely a weekend free. I guess it’ll never happen if I don’t make it happen….suppose I should look at a calendar. 

Make it a family getaway. There’s plenty of things to do in the area, and then you’d only be gone a couple of hours or something.

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@boogielicious, I went to the range today for the first time in weeks(since last post) after working on things folks recommended. I know that my swing prob doesn’t look very different, but my main focus has been on steady head (less movement in backswing) with exaggerated attempt to transfer weight forward (both things which you mentioned) and saw significant improvements…much better about hitting “fairway.”  I’ll still factor in other’s suggestions but hard to make so many changes at once.  I figured those two 5SK suggestions would be the easiest to work on since they aren’t new to me

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1 hour ago, woodzie264 said:

@boogielicious, I went to the range today for the first time in weeks(since last post) after working on things folks recommended. I know that my swing prob doesn’t look very different, but my main focus has been on steady head (less movement in backswing) with exaggerated attempt to transfer weight forward (both things which you mentioned) and saw significant improvements…much better about hitting “fairway.”  I’ll still factor in other’s suggestions but hard to make so many changes at once.  I figured those two 5SK suggestions would be the easiest to work on since they aren’t new to me

Just try and focus on one piece at a time. Changes take time.

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