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  1. I totally agree to work on one thing at a time. Working on the hip sway with various hip turn drills then adding a club and swinging in slow motion. Thanks for the tips and will post more vids of updates later this week. Dedicating 30 - 60 minutes a day to this, but I know it takes time. Just still head scratching as to where even my mediocre swing went...
  2. Thank you... working on the following: -Hip turn not sway while keep spine angle the same -Shorten back swing (I think the two of these go together) -Not flipping of my wrists (I noticed the bent lead arm at impact) this will help with fat/thin shots -Swing path (Take away looks good to me, but coming over the top/out to in with most hits near or on heel = SHANKS!!!) Any advice on this as my swing is in complete shambles! I am very frustrated and really feel like giving up golf, but my competitive edge wont allow me to and I honestly love the sport too much, just real
  3. I've been Playing Golf for: years but just getting back into golf My current handicap index or average score is: 90s My typical ball flight is: None The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Haven't played in a season or so due to work, but getting back into it and have had nothing but issues. Previously, I was a solid ball striker (few miss hits per round) that shot in the high 80's to low 90's a few lip outs, bad chips, and/or bad drives away from being in low 80's. With that said, I dont know where that swing went, I literally am struggling to make solid con
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