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psufish

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  1. Like Monte said, I found this to be incredibly difficult to learn, especially under pressure. If you keep at it, you'll start to learn more awareness around the movement and slowly improve. But it's tough sledding, and it takes time.
  2. You can't raise the handle into impact. Easier with depth on the backswing, and strong rotation and width on the downswing. Stalling out/flipping, getting steep, makes it easy to go left
  3. Is this different from how Tyler Ferrell describes it, or am I misunderstanding? The way Tyler describes seems more like straight ulnar deviation.... Are there multiple ways to do this? Or should it be more like the yoyo throw? I've always been unsure on the best way to do this move...
  4. You're going to want to find a good coach or get some online lessons from one of the trusted instructors. You have some issues that will require time and work that are beyond some advice
  5. > @Atrayn said: > > @psufish said: > > > @Atrayn said: > > > The "feel" difference is the limiting factor for most. In my swing, I know if I start pulling or over-drawing the ball, I'm not getting the right elbow in front of my right hip, (i.e. I lose reverse tilt) enough I auto compensate by releasing a tad early and the clubface comes in a bit closed. > > > > I do the same thing...in concert with your demonstrated hip action, what kind of things do you work on to prevent that loss of tilt? > > It's pretty simple for me. I just think about
  6. > @Atrayn said: > The "feel" difference is the limiting factor for most. In my swing, I know if I start pulling or over-drawing the ball, I'm not getting the right elbow in front of my right hip, (i.e. I lose reverse tilt) enough I auto compensate by releasing a tad early and the clubface comes in a bit closed. I do the same thing...in concert with your demonstrated hip action, what kind of things do you work on to prevent that loss of tilt?
  7. > @LowAndLeft32 said: > The planemate as some good first reviews. However, Im really cautious on swing trainers since I have been burned many times in the past. Here are just some of the trainers that I own that promised changes but didn't help. I want to believe in the planemate but skeptical of long term benefits. Im going to keep watching with interest. > Klassy Swing Magic > Medicus > Momentus > Orange Whip > Tour Striker > Swingyde > The Hanger > > My light-hearted response to that: List of swing trainers that sounded like BS and that I do
  8. Unfortunately David Orr doesn't do full swing anymore if you're looking for that (I asked him).... Amazing putting instruction though
  9. Tyler Ferrell helped me grasp it better in The Stock Tour Swing....I was similarly bitter that I misunderstood that for so long.
  10. Yeah, good luck finding someone worth a damn...it's like the black hole of good golf instruction around here.
  11. Yeah, I think this is exactly what happened. I started to really wail on it trying to kill everything, and it's not representative of a game swing. I just wish I had a clue on where to go with it, cause like you said, I could try a bunch of different combinations....and it's hard to tell how they'll work together.
  12. Yeah, I don't see that in real life. Once every 10-15 shots I'll get one up, but it's a struggle.
  13. I did, and I could not tell any difference. Just feels like I'm fighting the shaft to get the ball up, but maybe I'll give it more time on the higher setting.
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