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DaleB

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    8.2
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    Lefty

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  1. Adding some new videos of a swing with a 7 iron. The third video is down the line with a nerf practice ball. Added this because sometimes I feel like my swing is different with a ball sitting in front of me.
  2. Thanks for the input! I don't film myself much so I was surprised at how bent over I was when I saw it too. I'll try to get a video from my toe line next time i'm on the range or course.
  3. Embedded the video, the quality got a bit worse but should be good enough to give some feedback.
  4. Hey everyone, been a member here for a while but haven't posted a whole lot. Would like to start contributing to the forums more. Anyway, been playing for a couple of years and i'm always looking to drop a few strokes. My biggest round killers are poor tee shots (hook) which shows up a maybe once or twice a round. Looking forward to your input. I've been Playing Golf for: 2.5 Years My current handicap index or average score is: 8.2 My typical ball flight is: High Draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Hook Thanks, Dale Videos:
  5. I guess I should mention the club was a 7 iron (33 degree).
  6. Ok, so I hope to hop on the GC2 this weekend and get some more swing videos, but until then here is a short video I took from my lesson at Golf Galaxy. The ball carried 164 on this particular shot and started down the target line and drawing 1-2 yards. I come across my body pretty hard after impact and we were working on full extension and trying to get the ball to start left of target and draw back in (i'm a lefty). Aside from that aspect, are there any noticeable areas in which you guys notice a power leak or something I could work on to pick up a few extra yards? Sorry the video isn't b
  7. I appreciate all of the responses. I know I shouldn't put too much stock into clubhead speeds and I shouldn't chase distances but i'm relatively new to the sport and obsess over anything I can do to improve my numbers. I guess i'll just work on my mechanics and everything else should fall into place.
  8. Yeah it wasn't the GC2 HMT. The ball speed readings for the driver were between 155-160 but unfortunately I cannot remember my ball speed for my 7 iron. I was testing 7 irons out at Golf Galaxy the other and my ball speeds were around 118-120, but i'm not sure what launch monitor / simulator they are using so I don't know that I can rely on that.
  9. The carry distance for my driver (9.5 degree) on average was between 260-265, some being in the 250's and some in the 270's as my driver is not as consistent as I would like it to be. The carry distance for my 7 iron (33 degree) was reading between 162-166 on average. I've seen these numbers consistently on 2 different GC2 machines. I'm thinking maybe my maximum swing speeds with my irons are not occurring in the impact zone? Again i'm sure a video of this would help and I hope to get a video or two uploaded in the next few days. I appreciate the response.
  10. Hey, new to the forum and tried to search for this but didn't come up with much info so forgive me if this has been discussed before. I was hitting some balls on a GC2 and my driver swing speed was between 109-110 (Ping i25 45.25") while my 7 iron was 79-80 (Callaway x-18 37"). Does this seem to be in line? I feel like my iron swing speeds should be a bit higher but maybe i'm maxed out and just looking for a reason to complain. I'm hoping to record some swing videos and upload them to see if there are any noticeable power leaks. Anyway, I know at the moment there isn't too much informatio
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