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http://www.dstgolf.com/optimise-golf-swing/how-dst-golf-clubs-work You'll notice that everything in that description talks about how the shaft appears, or how a line appears, so that you set up properly. In essence, everything - the shaft being bent, the wide sole with a specific bounce, and the line near the hosel - is geared toward one thing: to get the handle forward at setup. As you can see, I've done that here in two swings: So far so good, right? I added a white line so that you can see the curve in the shaft. I will tell you that it appears to b
Occasionally I get a lesson where someone doesn't get their weight forward. They "flip" and "throw" and hit the shots you'd expect to hit: fat, thin, etc. Even their good shots are "picked" pretty cleanly without a descending AoA, and they often play the ball farther back in their stance than better players do. I'd like to think I'm pretty good about fixing this. It takes some time, and the students have to practice - of course - but by doing things differently and knowing the priority and order of things, they can work away from this. But occasionally - really rarely - you get
First, a longer-than-it-needs-to-be video: Cool. Any questions? Just kidding. But there are a few things I want to re-iterate: In a good swing, the hands actually begin slowing down around A6. The precise moment varies, but it's generally around when the shaft is horizontal. The hands will also actually begin going up shortly after that. This is a feel, but one grounded in science, too: if your hands slow down, the clubhead will try to kick out. If they keep accelerating, the clubhead will try to stay "behind" the hands. T
http://www.andrewricegolf.com/andrew-rice-golf/2013/02/compress-the-golf-ball Do you have thoughts here? I have a few. The left picture looks fine to me too. This is a drill.-That was not made clear in the first post. You can have too much shaft lean. Hitting the ball high is a good thing if done properly. You will lose clubhead speed with too much shaft lean. I'm adding a thread here because I saw @iacas commented on the first Instagram picture.