@Vinsk side question - when you do the JV setup, weight on your lead foot, can you possibly hit it fat? For me, the club can hit the ground a foot behind the ball if my wrists break early. Not that it happens in the swing, but it certainly can physically. Wanted to know if it’s just me and others can’t physically do it. My question make sense?
What are you looking for on the data/monitor side? Ball spin rates for around the green or something?
Also, what more are you looking for on the long game? It’s very simple, hit the driver the same as everything else except move the ball more forward in your stance - tho you can play around with ball position.
If you’re like me at all, I was always searching for something more complex with the swing, but nope, what he teaches is really is as simple as it seems.
He teaches the same swing in that there remains no weight shift, no rotation on the backswing. The swing works well for me on long/fairway bunker shots as I make solid contact and only have to adjust ball position. Green side bunkers I just play as I’ve learned from Mike.
Unfortunately you have to join his school to get more information...which was still quite lacking in that there’s no data or monitor used nor is there anything on hitting driver other than a slow-mo clip and him saying ‘stay still.’ I bailed on it as although his personal video analysis was helpful, I wanted more on the long game.