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  1. all sold! will ship out tomorrow and provide USPS priority tracking info with all!
  2. planemate and tour striker smart ball sold! only thing left is structure ball, take it for 50!
  3. Got some great at home or at the course training aids for sale today. All prices include shipping (via USPS priority) and CONUS only. Prices are firm as all of these are basically brand new and I know the prices are discounted from what they retail for. Planemate - $140 SOLD!. Retails for 162 w/o shipping and is almost always on back order due to demand. Literally took it out of the box and used for 2 sessions (10-20 swings). Includes all 3 resistance bands. Instructions on how to use can be found here https://www.tourstriker.com/planemate/ Tour striker smart ball $35 (SOLD***), retails for a
  4. I feel like I have a very good understanding of what I need to work on in my golf swing and also what happens in great swings however knowing what to do to improve or how to train a new motion is the most difficult part IMO. So as it relates to doing impact drills, what are your thoughts? I remember Johnny Miller saying he attributed his ballstriking to the thousands of times he rehearsed backswing to impact and then hit a shot. Also, when I'm referring to "impact drills" I'm referencing making a fairly slow swing to the top of your swing and then coming down and stopping at impact of wher
  5. > @"Big Ben" said: > Another vote for the Hazrdus Red I'm going to check this out as it was recommended to me in my last lesson too. My instructor said he likes where my swings at now as my good drives are 0 to -1 AOA with a good launch and my "bad" drives are -2 to -3 AOA which lowers my launch and can cause more curve than I want. I could as he said work to launch it higher with driver but it might negatively impact my iron game and that's a big strength of my game.
  6. > @Z1ggy16 said: > > @Kuchhhhhh said: > > Looking for a high launching driver shaft in extra stiff. Swing speed averages around 115 and driver has always been an inconsistency of mine so looking for a setup that is more focused around accuracy and forgiveness. Just picked up a G400 max with tour stock x stiff shaft they come with. > > > > I’ve played the ad di 6x before and it’s okay I was told to try out matrix white tie so happy to hear thoughts on that or anything else anyone would recommend. > > Can you actually provide some numbers? What is your
  7. > @gvogel said: > High launching driver shaft for 115 swing speed? If your transition is smooth, maybe you want to drop down to a Stiff flex. I’ve thought about this too only issue is when I do go after one I can really feel the shaft bend. Also I know it’s odd needing a high launch but it’s definitely a result of the amount of bow I have in my left wrist in the DS. Works great for me for all clubs except driver lol
  8. Looking for a high launching driver shaft in extra stiff. Swing speed averages around 115 and driver has always been an inconsistency of mine so looking for a setup that is more focused around accuracy and forgiveness. Just picked up a G400 max with tour stock x stiff shaft they come with. I’ve played the ad di 6x before and it’s okay I was told to try out matrix white tie so happy to hear thoughts on that or anything else anyone would recommend.
  9. I won a $100 gift card to amazon and have been searching for some decent putting mats to put inside my office room over the carpet. Being able to do drills inside like using my yardstick and dave pelz putting tutor would be great so just looking for something that works well over carpet. [i found this as well wondering if anyone has tried it ](https://www.amazon.com/PuttOut-Pro-Golf-Putting-Mat/dp/B0777137V2/ref=sr_1_2_sspa?crid=1XZ1F2P7DL6A3&keywords=puttout+pro+golf+putting+mat&qid=1565370337&s=gateway&sprefix=puttout+pro+golf%2Caps%2C161&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=Z
  10. > @Girevik said: > > @SomedayScratch said: > > Take an online lesson with Dan. He is great with explaining wrist conditions in the first part of the backswing. Google Dan Carraher golf lessons and you'll find his webpage. > > > Yes, I am planning on doing that, and in fact was half thinking of using the videos linked here. But given the couple of obvious and relatively simple things I need to tweak (like grip and takeaway), I think I want to work on that for a bit and then take new videos. > > I would highly recommend Dan as well, I've been getting l
  11. I think your biggest issue is that your shoulder turn is extremely flat to start your backswing - you can notice this by how your shoulders turn very level and your head gets pulled out of position. Keeping that in mind, I think you should work on feeling like your left shoulder works more down to start your takeaway and your hands work in and then up (hinge). For the proper shoulder turn I like to put a small club (wedge) across my chest, put my head on a wall and make a full turn. You'll notice if you turn too flat the club will hit the wall and your head will come off the wall.
  12. I enjoyed this post from Jeff Smith where he explains once you get to left arm parallel in the backswing all that's left to do is pretty much just turning. I also saw a pro, can't remember his name but preparing for his round in the RBC Canadian doing backswing rehearsals only going to left arm parallel. So is their benefits to doing some left arm parallel rehearsals and also left arm parallel swings as a drill on the range?
  13. hybrid and spider sold! take $5 off the ping putter and watson hanger!
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