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Feel like you are squatting into your heels in the downswing. Do a lot of slow rehearsals to make it more repeatable. When you are practicing maybe do two or three rehearsals then actually hit a ball. My swing fault is similar to yours and I have noticed small improvements by doing this. It can't be changed in a day but it can be changed overtime. Let me know how this works!

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I suffer from similar issues. BTW, this is a really terrific swing! Reminds me a lot of Patrick Rodgers. Your extension adds lots of speed, but it's just happening a touch too early. Easily fixed.

At P2 takeaway, I'd let your right hip turn back a bit more to get your weight more into your right heel. It'll help get your hands a touch deeper, too. This will keep your right hip back on the transition. At transition, feel weight go into your left heel ASAP. It won't, but you need to feel that way. While you do this, "bank" your right instep. It's a way to keep the right heel down a touch longer so your knee doesn't "push up" early and invade the space where your club comes down at impact. As I said, push-off or "jump" you do is awesome and adds speed, but you'd like it to happen a touch later -- after impact. This vid may prove helpful:

So basically, "turn" then "push up."

 

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> @Scottbox said:

> I suffer from similar issues. BTW, this is a really terrific swing! Reminds me a lot of Patrick Rodgers. Your extension adds lots of speed, but it's just happening a touch too early. Easily fixed.

> At P2 takeaway, I'd let your right hip turn back a bit more to get your weight more into your right heel. It'll help get your hands a touch deeper, too. This will keep your right hip back on the transition. At transition, feel weight go into your left heel ASAP. It won't, but you need to feel that way. While you do this, "bank" your right instep. It's a way to keep the right heel down a touch longer so your knee doesn't "push up" early and invade the space where your club comes down at impact. As I said, push-off or "jump" you do is awesome and adds speed, but you'd like it to happen a touch later -- after impact. This vid may prove helpful:

>

> So basically, "turn" then "push up."

>

Thanks for the tips! video was very, very helpful actually. I feel a lot of progress already actually after just a couple sessions on the range working through some of that stuff.

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> @laneholt said:

> Masterblaster,

> Early extension? Does that mean you hit some hooks and pulls ?

 

Hooks and pushes when I’m swinging poorly

 

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