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Brozario

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  1. Feel it bend at the top and very beginning of the downswing and you’ll know what I mean. of course if it unloads too early because the tempo is too slow that’s where I feel the power loss. I whole heartedly disagree with not trying to feel this. Why do you think those ball swing trainers bend so much? It’s so you can feel the shaft load and unload. Have you tried feeling this?
  2. I cannot express how this downplayed factor by instructors should be a part of your basic fundamental understanding of the shaft loading and unloading in the golf swing to massively aid in swing speed and power. For 6 years of playing golf and struggling to find that consistency and extra power, it finally dawned on me that feeling the shaft “load” at the end/top of the backswing and then having a fast enough tempo to hold that load down and through (“unload”) the golf ball is a major factor in creating club speed and gain distance without a single doubt. This why it’s important, if yo
  3. I've been Playing Golf for: 6 years My current handicap index or average score is: 18 hcp My typical ball flight is: mid small fade The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: thin shots, hosel-side shots and right misses. Videos: Hi, i'm new to the forum and i'm reaching out to those who are keen on good fundamentals and have an eye for small details of the swing. 18HCP who struggles with hitting thin shots and hosel-side ones. Occasional "S" here and there. I'm also finding difficulty keeping my posture when I swing 80% and above
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