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troll2

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About troll2

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    Stockholm, Sweden

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  • Handicap Index
    7
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    Righty

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  1. I have had a range session where I tried to work on the back swing with varying success. But, I also had a look at my swing in september. If I draw a tush line it seems I am maintaining it (or very close to) at least until impact. Is this just a camera angle difference or am I doing something different here? I will try to get a front on video from my next range session...
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  3. Thanks, that's very helpful! I have just assumed that I lost the tush line in/after transition, but now that you point it out, I see that I fall forward already in the backswing. This would also explain why I sometimes lose balance/fall forward in follow through, especially with driver. I'll try the drills you mentioned - a couple of related questions: 1) Like you said, I push the hands away and take the club a bit outside on the backswing. I used to suck the club behind me/under plane and perhaps I have started overcompensating. Would you suggest trying to change this or just focus on the right hip turning deeper? 2) My right knee maintains a lot of flex (I think?) in the backswing. Would pushing the hip back be associated with straightening the right leg more in backswing, or should I maintain flex? Thanks again!
  4. I've been Playing Golf for: 4 years My current handicap index or average score is: 7 My typical ball flight is: draw The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: fat shots! I’m working on not early extending/ ”butt against the wall”. If anyone can give some insight why I EE and what I can do about I’m all ears 🙂 Videos:
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