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  1. https://www.dropbox.com/s/n0clfh2brvxv5hq/Myswing.mp4?dl=0In the video of my swing below, I feel like my shoulders are too flat and preventing me from a consistent down the line swing. Any thoughts or drills to help? When I try to dip my left shoulder on the backswing to get a steeper shoulder angle, I'm not flexible enough first off and tend to hit very far behind it, even with a driver. Thanks
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    My Swing (jason27)

    I've been Playing Golf for: 30 years My current handicap index or average score is: 85 My typical ball flight is: Mid-to-high The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Right- The swing below had good results with a slight fade. It seems my clubface is open at impact. Having the feeling of turning my hands over at impact will not work for me consistently. I'm thinking that maybe I should start my arms down faster from the top and then have my body square the club up. Need to try that at the next range visit. Anyone have any other thoughts? Videos: https://vimeo.com/134653295 Full Speed - password: swing https://vimeo.com/134654073 Slo-Mo - password: swing
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    My Swing (jason27)

    My club face is open at address and I can't seem to square it up. When my timing is perfect (as in the swing below), the result is a straight with slight fade. However, if I get a touch quick with my body, I lose it way right. I'm thinking if I start down with my hands faster from the top, I can use my body turn to square the club and will try this next time at the range. Any ideas?? Thanks for the help.... Jason Full Speed swing: password for both: swing Slo-mo:

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