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  1. I didn’t go ‘off’ on anyone. Tor stated that the ‘key thing that mattered’ was how fast the torso was moving at impact. My reply was that the torso was decelerating well before impact and torso speed has very little to do with anything (width, contact, clubhead speed, etc).
  2. Yes. But i wouldn't say he has slow arms. I've got some 3D data on him somewhere. I'll see if i can pull up his adduction numbers. Chase is there anyway I could send you a PM (or could you PM me?) ? Sorry. Mailbox was full. Fire away.
  3. Yes. But i wouldn’t say he has slow arms. I’ve got some 3D data on him somewhere. I’ll see if i can pull up his adduction numbers.
  4. If L arm gets pinned too long, body has to react by coming out of posture, excessive thrust, and arms straighten too much(impact). All those issues expose heel. It’s all about the body creating room. If OP kept rotating hips/ribcage hard, he’d come way OTT. Can you explain this some more, why would the body react by coming out of posture? What about George gankas guys who prefer the arms up feel and body rotating. Just trying to make sense of it Because there’s no room. In 3D, practically every good player has arms coming off chest by 5ish. Think of juniors or young girls. Arms get to
  5. If L arm gets pinned too long, body has to react by coming out of posture, excessive thrust, and arms straighten too much(impact). All those issues expose heel. It’s all about the body creating room. If OP kept rotating hips/ribcage hard, he’d come way OTT. Can you explain this some more, why would the body react by coming out of posture? What about George gankas guys who prefer the arms up feel and body rotating. Just trying to make sense of it Because there’s no room. In 3D, practically every good player has arms coming off chest by 5ish. Think of juniors or young girls. Arms get to
  6. If L arm gets pinned too long, body has to react by coming out of posture, excessive thrust, and arms straighten too much(impact). All those issues expose heel. It’s all about the body creating room. If OP kept rotating hips/ribcage hard, he’d come way OTT. Chase - would you mind giving me a swing thought? Keep left knee bent longer in the downswing. And this will help create space for me? Sorry if that’s an obvious answer I’m just having a hell of a time with this driver swing right now Yeah. Need to delay how early your body opens up. You open up too fast and then stall at impac
  7. If L arm gets pinned too long, body has to react by coming out of posture, excessive thrust, and arms straighten too much(impact). All those issues expose heel. It’s all about the body creating room. If OP kept rotating hips/ribcage hard, he’d come way OTT. Chase - would you mind giving me a swing thought? Keep left knee bent longer in the downswing.
  8. 80 - 20 is a decent thought for irons. Driver is kinda all over the board. I’ve had success with players getting to 70ish at p5 and then kind of ‘maintaining’ from there.
  9. If L arm gets pinned too long, body has to react by coming out of posture, excessive thrust, and arms straighten too much(impact). All those issues expose heel. It’s all about the body creating room. If OP kept rotating hips/ribcage hard, he’d come way OTT.
  10. Every good players torso/ribcage is decelerating into impact. The transfer of energy from ribcage to the arms/wrists is way more important than the speed at which the torso is rotating at impact. Without seeing it, try earlier wrist set. A late set can cause the club/hands to run on/collapse at the top.
  11. Not a mental block. His body is doing it because it has to. Fix the main issue and the EE will start to go away.
  12. No. If he’s a righty, his elbow is trailing too far behind his pivot in the downswing. Causing him to straighten arm too early which then forces body to stand to create space. Think of it this way... right now he HAS to extend to compensate for something else that’s happening earlier.
  13. Need more hip depth. Let right knee straighten a bit more.
  14. Earlier wrist set. Less left knee bend in backswing and let right knee straighten a bit more.
  15. Post a video. Either trail elbow issues or face wide open in downswing.
  16. Not letting your mind wonder into the future or play the what if game.... “I’m even through 12, man if I par out i could shoot my career low today.” Eliminate big numbers/stupid bogeys instead of trying to force birdies. Drive the ball more consistently. Hard to get close to par being extremely wild off the tee. Less 3 putts.
  17. Check out the Sheftic pressure board.
  18. There are plenty of good instructors up there. James Hong John Hobbins John Dunigan (philly) Kevin Sprecher Michael Jacobs You can’t go wrong with any of them.
  19. He’s really big on the arms and body working in sync. Hates really fast hips.
  20. Check face on. Bet upper body is moving too much toward the target in the downswing.
  21. I’ve got the same issue with my left hand. Requires a stronger grip.
  22. Great write up on the golf school Chris and congrats on your recent play. It was awesome to finally meet you.
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