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My Swing (Lowcut)

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I've been Playing Golf for: 5 years 
My current handicap index or average score is: low to mid 80’s
My typical ball flight is: mid-low
The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Pushed right

video:

I’ve been working through it and am striking the ball well, just pushing...

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Your gonna wanna post a video with a better angle. I made a similar post when I started my thread, and the initial comments were about filming from the ground as you did. It’s hard to tell much from that angle, as I am now learning. Check out this thread:

https://thesandtrap.com/b/playing_tips/filming_your_swing

also- I have recently been correcting a  blocked shot. One drill I find that is very useful is setting up a gate to hit through about 20 feet ahead of you on your target line. Try to start your ball through the gate, and your body will make some corrections to do so. Long term, your gonna wanna “change the picture”

 

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i slowed it way down and changed a filter. I will make some additional angles and repost. Thank you for the heads up @HJJ003 🤘🏼

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1 minute ago, Lowcut said:

i slowed it way down and changed a filter. I will make some additional angles and repost. Thank you for the heads up @HJJ003 🤘🏼

Glad to help brother. Enjoy your time here at TST. Lots of guys much smarter/better than me to learn from here!

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Shot this inside, I need to fix the lighting. I’m noticing a rotation that ends in a change in the swing path. 

Does anyone see this and is it a problem? 

Sorry for the quality...

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Down the line I imagine you'd see that your hips turn very little. Thus your torso ("shoulders") don't turn very much.

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