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  1. Thanks iacas. I really like the pull down exercise with a cable. I've done before but obviously need to get back to it. For whatever reason, when I do the pump drill my left should still wants to work up too soon (maybe its due to not getting back into flexion or having too much lateral move with the lower body....i dont know???). As for all the other questions, i know its hard to get an exact answer because everyone is different. I think for "me" feeling like i get back into flexion on the DS, left shoulder a little more forward/down and speeding up #4 should help. I posted a new FO vid to "member swings" hitting a PW. Seems to be getting a little better working on the above.
  2. Short iron FO 2/8/17. It's about time for a new mat i know...
  3. I'm sure this question has been asked (or at least talked about) somewhere on this forum, but I couldn't find it. So, here are my questions: 1) If one wanted to speed up power accumulator #4 (or #1 for that matter) what are some drills to help accomplish this? 2) At what part of the downswing would this be ideal? 3) Would having a later release of these two increase or decrease power? 4) If using #1 to achieve #4 (or vice versa), how do you keep the right elbow close to the body? Less lateral move? More internal rotation of the right arm? 5) What role do the shoulders play in this? Does getting the left shoulder more forward and down (or getting back into flexion or more forward tilt) help with any of this? Most Tour players I see seem to release 4 quite well. However, Sam Snead seemed to do this later in the swing. What are the pros and cons of releasing #1 and #4 early or late in the downswing and what would be considered ideal? Thanks
  4. The lighting is bad and it's a bit blurry, but it's all I have until later today.
  5. I agree i'm too closed at impact. I have a tendency to have too much lateral move early in the downswing resulting in a lot of secondary axis tilt coming in to the ball. Also, right elbow tends to get stuck behind me on the downswing causing me to get a little flippy at the bottom. I've been trying to get the right elbow more in front, with the left shoulder more forward and down (or less secondary axis tilt), but doing that while opening the hips/shoulders is hard for me to grasp. In other words, i'm trying to get the arms in front of the body on the downswing and seem to stall the hips in order to do so. Just can't quite get the feeling of doing it correctly. Thanks for the video and your thoughts.
  6. I've been Playing Golf for: 26 years My current handicap index or average score is: +2.1 My typical ball flight is: high draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: mega hook Videos:
  7. Thanks nevets88. I'm actually quite surprised to see that his path with a driver is -5.7. Would've thought he was more zero'd out than that, but obviously hits a larger fade than than I thought.
  8. IMO, he has one of the best (if not the best) swings out there, so i'd just like to see where he's at on some things. Path, FA, AOA, VSP in particular on his standard fade pattern. I'm not on Twitter or I would.
  9. Anyone know where to find Robert Rock's Trackman numbers? Preferably most recent, but any will do. Thanks
  10. Anyone know who South African golfer Brandon Stone works with???
  11. Thanks for the info. I had hoped that wasn't the case. :)
  12. I'm looking for a place to stay near Kiawah Island Golf Resort other than the resort itself. Budget is $200 or less per night. Any suggestions? Thanks!
  13. No ego or pride here, I just want to learn! I do have a question about your nail analogy though. If I put the palm of my right hand on the nail, then turn my right shoulder back, is this not decreasing the flex of my right elbow without adding pressure towards the nail?
  14. Well that pretty much sums it up. Skipping physics class was not such a good idea after all. Thanks for post iacas. I'm going to shut up now.
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