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Ultimate Junior Golfer

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  • Birthday September 12

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  1. I have been asking around a lot on these forums to learn some drills I may not know about. One thing I struggle with time to time is a steep backswing. I, of course, combat that with flattening my swing, but that normally results in too much of an in to out path. Anyone have a set of drills or a single drill to help flatten the arm plane while keeping the club on a neutral path? Thanks!
  2. I was just wondering how you add a WITB below your profile like I've seen with some users on here. Thanks!
  3. Thanks, I have really worked on slowing my hips down actually. They used to be very very fast and cause the club to shallow out too quickly. Thanks though!
  4. I have worked a lot on my swing, one thing that I am struggling with now is my shoulders do not turn fast enough in the downswing. My path tends to be too far inside because of this. It also causes my head to move behind the ball. So as you can see, it causes lots of issues. Any advice, drills or videos would be appreciated! Thanks! Swing Video:
  5. @GolfSpy STUDque @GolfSpy MPR @GolfSpy Stroker I visited the main site, mygolfspy.com, this morning. I read the Chrome Soft Article and really enjoyed it. I tried to view the site again this afternoon, and it said "Access Denied, your IP address has been banned." I have NO idea what happened. I have been a reader of this site for years and love everything you guys do. I am an active member of this forum and am even a part of the PGA Fantasy Team. I love this site and I really want to continue reading everything you do. Please un-ban me and tell me why I was banned in the first place. Here is my Cloudflare Ray ID: 558cb59eae42f1ae. Thanks in advance!
  6. Going into this year, I have finally started too stop coming too much from the inside. But now that I am coming more on plane, I cannot stop sending the ball way left. It looks like a pull hook, but my path is still in to out. I know this means it is a clubface issue, but does anyone have any drills or training aids for this? I think this has always been in my swing, but now that I am on plane it is no longer needed to get the ball to go straight. Thanks in advance!
  7. Spinning around 3500, which is way too high for me. Descent angle is around 45 degrees.
  8. I just received a new TS3 driver that I had been fit for with a Tensei AV Blue shaft in stiff flex. However, now when I hit a good shot the ball goes way too high, about 100 feet. I swing my driver around 97-100mph with a launch angle of 16. Could the shaft be too soft?
  9. I recently had a Titleist fitting for new clubs going into 2020. All of these clubs performed incredibly well, and I can't wait to see what will happen with them in 2020. Driver: Titleist TS3; Mitsubishi Tensei AV Series Blue 55 Gram Stiff Flex; 9.5° 3 & 5 Woods: Titleist TS3; Mitsubishi Tensei AV Series Blue 65 Gram Stiff Flex Irons: Titleist T100 4-PW; True Temper AMT Black Regular Flex (Single Stepped); 1° Flat Wedges (I have been fit, however, these wedges are not available until March): 50°, 54°, 58° Vokey SM8; True Temper Dynamic Gold 115 Gram Stiff Flex; 1° Flat Putter: 2018 Scotty Cameron Select Newport 2; 33 inches Ball: Titleist ProV1 Bag: Ping Hoofer Black
  10. I've got a slightly strong left hand with seeing two knuckles, and my right hand is very strong and tucked under. In my opinion, grip position is totally based on your swing style. If you have relatively fast hip motion and love to hit a draw, then strong is the way to go. If you have trouble getting shaft lag and you like to hit a fade, then weak is the way to go. For most people, especially slicers, I would recommend a strong grip. It overall encourages less arm and wrist movement, and less movement is always better in the golf swing.
  11. Carter Stroup - Nashville, Tennessee. I currently base my yardages off of yardage markers, sprinkler heads, and what looks right. I have been wanting to try a rangefinder or GPS device for quite some time now. I am not opposed to technology in golf and think it helps everything from pace of play to the enjoyment of your round. I love the idea of launch monitors and numbers as I am kind of a numbers geek. However, the only technology I am opposed to in golf is phone apps, not because I don't like them, but because people get distracted with social media and other notifications. This is why I am a big fan of GPS devices. It acts like phone apps, but you don't have to worry about being distracted.
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