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Bo the Golfer

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About Bo the Golfer

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    Minnesota

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    20.0
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    Righty

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  1. Will this be continuing for 2019? Want to start this but with just a couple of weeks left in the year I want to make sure I can get in on this. Thank you in advance.
  2. Bo the Golfer

    My Swing (Bo the Golfer)

    I definitely need to do this. Everything was full speed. I will make sure to practice like this to ingrain the feeling. Thank you!
  3. Bo the Golfer

    My Swing (Bo the Golfer)

    Hit a few balls yesterday at an indoor facility here in town. Didn't think to take video as I'm a dummy and I really need to do that. One thing I notice is that I just forget to do everything I'm supposed to do. I either get a decent shoulder turn for me and my hips are stuck in cement of just swing all arms. I know this means nothing without seeing it I'm just venting. I'll keep trying to do my mirror work at home and try to get back to that facility and take some video.
  4. Bo the Golfer

    My Swing (Bo the Golfer)

    Noted. Will a swing with no ball tell you much?
  5. Bo the Golfer

    My Swing (Bo the Golfer)

    I've been Playing Golf for: 30 years My current handicap index or average score is: 47 to 51 for 9 holes My typical ball flight is: push fade The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: pull or slice I have no video as of yet and here in MN the best I can do for now will be practice swings in my apartment. I have been on and off this site for a long time and love the sense of community here and how everyone seems so willing to help with each other's swings. If I had to describe my swing I would say it's a mess. I'm that dude that runs to the newest fad swing and watches YouTube like I'm going to find something that fixes it all finally. I will try to get up some practice swing videos as soon as possible so that I can show what I'm trying to accomplish. Oh and @iacas I am that guy that's not flexible enough to make a great turn so any help with working on that would be much appreciated. Thank you to anyone in advance that takes the time to check in on this. I'm hoping this is the start of a better path to good golf. Videos: [Delete this, Embed Videos Here] Obviously I'm great at reading directions. Not!
  6. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    Thank you for the direction @Vinsk!
  7. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    Thank you @Vinsk I'll definitely work on increasing my knowledge of terms. Make sense that would be a big help.
  8. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    I thought by the demonstration that he was not keeping a steady head. His swing looked different than that and he does have a steady head. Seems like he's saying one thing and doing another to me.
  9. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    If I could find where you or Mike said that I'd post it but I believe it was a few years ago. I don't feel like you're busting me but I am fairly swing dumb and come here for explanation.
  10. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    There you are. I know steady head does not mean set in stone. I referred to the one plane swing as Jim Hardys so I know Josh isn't the originator. I get from Mike's center pivot video and other discussion on here that the center can move with a relative steady head. I think either you or Mike commented on a thread that Jim Hardy got some things wrong and I'm trying to find out what that is.
  11. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    I think the one key that makes it a no is steady head. Josh Zander seems to advocate moving the center forward in the transition which to me would cause some issues.
  12. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    Ok. I guess I have misinterpreted what I have read on the site. I have thought that the path going out to the right was preferred. I get that the club will go left. I guess my question should be does Jim Hardys one plane swing conform to the 5 keys and what issues may come up following Hardy as taught. In the one plane swing by Jim Hardy he advocates swinging on a circle. I was wondering what issues this would cause as opposed to having the path go out or to the right.
  13. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    In the one plane swing by Jim Hardy he advocates swinging on a circle. I was wondering what issues this would cause as opposed to having the path go out or to the right.
  14. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    Thank you @Vinsk That does make sense and in reading the site I kind of figured that. I guess I just lack the knowledge of what the difference may be from swinging out to right field or in a circle as in Jim Hardys swing
  15. Bo the Golfer

    One Plane Swing

    Hi all. I've been studying Jim Hardy's one plane swing and doing some winter practice following Josh Zander on YouTube. My question(s) is what pitfalls come with adhering to this swing? I know that this site doesn't like the swing to go left but I guess I need why that is a bad thing explained to me. Thank you for your input in advance.
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