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About FlopScotty

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  1. See your point, but I think it could put your tempo off since the clubs will not have the same swingweight and flex. You should try impact tape on your x-18s, those will give you a nice feedback on where you hit it on the face.
  2. I have just gotten over the shanks. I have done some research and got help from an instructor. There can be a lot of different reasons for this and moving further away from the ball might not help at all. Post a couple of swing vids so we can have a look at it. I know how frustrating it can be so I would be glad to help;) The first thing my instructor told me on my first lesson with the shanks was that he had seen it before and he was going to see it again from people with much lower hcp than me:=)
  3. Nope, don't think so. It's perfect for golf analysis. You can get a good price now cause the new models from Casio are coming soon.
  4. Yes, there was not enough light when the 420 was taken, but the quality is better on the 210 due to the higher resolution as well. It's easy and fast to upload movies to youtube. There is a youtube function on the camera as well but I have not tried it yet.
  5. Take a look at the videos in post #7 http://thesandtrap.com/forum/threads...ht=#post445016 The face on view is with 420 fps. The target line view is with 210 fps. This is filmed with the Casio EX-FS10. Very good cam for golf.
  6. New videos. Please take a look. My posture is better now. But I can not seem to keep my "tush line" no matter how hard i try. Any tips is greatly appreciated. Thanks guys.
  7. Start with PW hitting a few 3/4 swings. Then 6i, 4i and Driver. I finish of with a a couple of swings with the club I am going to tee off with. After that I check the speed on the putting green and a few chips if I have time.
  8. How about if you only slide forward and do not rotate? When I check my swing on video I rotate back without sliding on the backswing. I then slide forward, but my hips are square to the target line at impact. When I try to slide and rotate through I hit big pushes and even shanks. Video available: This is not quite up to date. I'm shorter and more upright now. A bit slower on the backswing as well. But the hip action is pretty much the same... I will post a new video when I get my new Casio high speed camera:) Thanks
  9. Think his talking about staying on the tush line. I am still struggeling with that. Not sure what you mean with more side tilt and more push dough. Could you please elaborate?
  10. Yes, I have had the s.... Mostly with wedges. It the most frustrating shot in the world.
  11. Hi, Had a real breakthrough with my swing after reading this article: http://perfectgolfswingreview.net/pivot.htm Please take your time and read trough this, try it out, and tell me what you think. I think this article sums up and explaines all the major points with regards to hip movement in the swing.
  12. I'm trying to feel that i keep my flex (and spine angle) during backswing. But looking at video I do straighten the leg a little bit.
  13. I play the V-steels and they are very good clubs. Nice classic look at adress and nice sound when struck well. Fitted mine with Proforce V-2 75 Stiff shafts. Good combination! Helped a lot on my trajectory wich was a bit high with the stock shafts. Have not tried the Callaways.
  14. Then do as clubchamp said and check them out. Seems that you can't really go wrong... However, if you use a push cart, check that the rangefinders fits in the console. The Leupold fits nicely in the Clicgear 2.0.
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