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  1. This helped me a ton and pretty much solved my OTT. Body rotates as arms move (almost) up and down in front of you. 7:00 mark puts it all together.
  2. Left shoulder over right foot in backswing?
  3. So, on the downswing, the trail leg kinda becomes a gate post for the moving pelvis(gate)?
  4. Man, I loved Almost golf balls. Good flight and were durable too.
  5. Malaska literally says this is just a feel multiple times in most of his videos.
  6. I decided to revisit the Ballard swing today because my back was hurting from a rotational swing. Man am I glad I did. I had some success with it a few years ago and Im not sure why I left it. It feels so natural. I equate the move to tossing a sack of grain into the bed of a truck while standing on a loading dock. Its just something you can repeat over and over. My brain interprets a lateral upper body move as power, so the swing works well for me. For the more experienced guys, these are my key points. Please add anything that might help me more. -weakish grip -wider than shoulder wi
  7. Monte, do you think his arms are too far behind him?
  8. Its almost like he knew what I needed when he released this today.
  9. Over the years, it seems like Ive tried 100 cues/feels to stay patient in transition, but Ive never found one that I can be really be consistent with. My tendency to pull the handle gets me steep and I hit it all over the place. My biggest issue is "when" to apply the arm speed. I have the most success with trying to keep the trail heel planted until impact, but Ive tried a bunch of things that come to mind... Squash the bug Freezers Pull the arrow from quiver Hold the trail hip deeper for longer Zipper away Hold back/tailbone towards target longer What are some things that have helped you
  10. Yes. It reminds me of this video. If your pivot is trash, of course you will flip like crazy with this intent. I dont really see it much different than the no turn cast drill.https://youtu.be/vuBfHhCLEvU
  11. It seems like I battled forever with a weak grip that pre-disposed me to a cupped wrist at the top. Now, i find it very easy to have a flat wrist by starting off by taking my grip in the "faldo preset drill" position. Then I address the ball. It puts my hands in a great position to have proper wrist flexion.
  12. Id be real curious what would happen if you did the "wedge under the right heel" drill.
  13. I didnt read the article, but to me this is an intent for someone who needs to speed up trail arm. Isnt the idea that a proper pivot, coupled with this intent, actually prevent the flip from occurring?
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