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2 minutes ago, B.Boston said:


Nice stuff Mark! I knew you were faster than me but I was hoping it wasn’t by that much.

Hopefully you don’t learn how to swing up or I’m going to be in trouble. emoji23.png


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Been working through some swing faults and finally found a drill/feel that felt very intuitive. It was from Monte Scheinblum and I am currently working with him, so it wasn't some random youtube clip. The drill/feel is to separate the left shoulder from the chin at the start of the downswing. This literally fixed the majority of my swing issues of my head moving forward, my body moving toward the target too much, my hips spinning too much, etc.

First four swings in my backyard with this feel, all flushed, called it a day after that. If I had continued, I would have started to think about other things and then it would have went downhill from there. 

 

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Spent some time today messing around with alignment sticks, trying to make my brain feel where my shoulders are really pointed at address.

I kept replaying my round yesterday, and my last lesson from February, trying to figure out what happened to get me moving so steep/left with everything.

As I've known before, but let lapse, what I feel as shoulders square to my target line at address is actually probably close to 25 degrees open. Which explains a lot of my problems yesterday.

I need to work on an approach to the ball that allows me to set my shoulders slightly closed as my instructor had told me to do.

 

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Spent some time today messing around with alignment sticks, trying to make my brain feel where my shoulders are really pointed at address.

I kept replaying my round yesterday, and my last lesson from February, trying to figure out what happened to get me moving so steep/left with everything.

As I've known before, but let lapse, what I feel as shoulders square to my target line at address is actually probably close to 25 degrees open. Which explains a lot of my problems yesterday.

I need to work on an approach to the ball that allows me to set my shoulders slightly closed as my instructor had told me to do.

 

I've been trying to do this too.  Something that helps me is after I set up I feel like I tuck my right elbow in a little bit to and it pulls my shoulders closed/serves as a good checkpoint.

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15 minutes ago, edingc said:

Spent some time today messing around with alignment sticks, trying to make my brain feel where my shoulders are really pointed at address.

I kept replaying my round yesterday, and my last lesson from February, trying to figure out what happened to get me moving so steep/left with everything.

As I've known before, but let lapse, what I feel as shoulders square to my target line at address is actually probably close to 25 degrees open. Which explains a lot of my problems yesterday.

I need to work on an approach to the ball that allows me to set my shoulders slightly closed as my instructor had told me to do.

 

Don't want to interfere with your lessons. 

I'm going to guess that when you stand up normally your shoulders are square with your hips and your feet, look for something that causes you to set up open.

What is your current approach to setting up? 

13 minutes ago, B.Boston said:

I've been trying to do this too.  Something that helps me is after I set up I feel like I tuck my right elbow in a little bit to and it pulls my shoulders closed/serves as a good checkpoint.

It could be something as simple as this or along those lines...

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2 hours ago, THEZIPR23 said:

Don't want to interfere with your lessons. 

I'm going to guess that when you stand up normally your shoulders are square with your hips and your feet, look for something that causes you to set up open.

What is your current approach to setting up? 

It could be something as simple as this or along those lines...

Yes, and no on the shoulders. My right shoulder droops forward naturally. Which sets me somewhat open to my feet/hip line. I believe it comes from working in IT and using a mouse all day. 

Regarding the setup, my issue seems to be a predisposition to reaching my right arm up and over to the grip. Which gets my elbow up and pointed back instead of being soft and closer to my hip.

I watched an old Crossfield video about letting the right hand come to the club from beneath/behind, which seems to help me get setup with more square shoulders.

My instructor gave me a checkpoint of bringing able to see my left elbow at address from a behind down-the-line view.

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On 4/29/2020 at 7:48 PM, edingc said:

Yes, and no on the shoulders. My right shoulder droops forward naturally. Which sets me somewhat open to my feet/hip line. I believe it comes from working in IT and using a mouse all day. 

Regarding the setup, my issue seems to be a predisposition to reaching my right arm up and over to the grip. Which gets my elbow up and pointed back instead of being soft and closer to my hip.

I watched an old Crossfield video about letting the right hand come to the club from beneath/behind, which seems to help me get setup with more square shoulders.

My instructor gave me a checkpoint of bringing able to see my left elbow at address from a behind down-the-line view.

I have a similar setup problem, ie. tendency to set up open. And similarly to you, I was recently taught to mind the right .. my trail .. elbow at address in that it's not higher than the lead (left) elbow - which sounds alike to your instructor's advice. So now all we need to do is remember to get that setup right with every shot 😉

Also last summer my wife and I were at a Nancy Lopez clinic and she mentioned to me .. while in my setup position .. to hold everything steady and then turn my head to look over my left (lead) shoulder to see where it was pointing; eg. is it too far left of the intended target?

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Finally got around to cobbling together a better foundation for my putting mat so I can use the entire length of it; before I was maxed out at about 6 feet, now it's 8' 6". Also have found a long piece of ply for the stance area, so I don't have to keep moving that small piece. I use the right side - into the small hole - for longer putts from like 5' out to 8' 6", and then have two 3-foot setups on the left. The 3-footer closer to the hole (further from the camera) goes up the ramp and seems to simulate the ffort needed on slower greens while the one closer to the camera, using the PuttOut, seems to simulate faster greens.

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We had one of those infrequent lately sunny and warm days recently so I dug around the garage and brought out the heretofore unused BirdieBall limited flight practice "balls". The pic isn't great but you can see they're firm plastic cylinders (beveled at each end), which you set upright on the BirdieBall strike pad (which has foam underneath and a flexible ramp at the hitting end to absorb the shock of the club strike).

Not sure if it was me?, my setup?, the way I was hitting them?, or the BirdieBalls themselves and the way they fly on partial shots? (maybe these little guys are intended to be used on full shots?), or ___?? but a lot of my short pitch shots .. about 18ish yards in this shot .. were going left on me (there are a bunch of them around the tree, while my target was at the right edge of the tree's shadow...).

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Anyhow, it was fun to do something different .. OUTSIDE OF THE GARAGE!!! .. and I played around with chipping and pitching with the same club to different targets.

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Took the lovely Laura to the range at Bayou after videoing our weekend service to make a swing video for the Motore test.

It’s a spectacular day. High 70’s nice breeze, range packed.

Since it’s a private club the ropes are a suggestion beyond don’t go in front or behind so we found room towards the side of the range but even that filled in as I warmed up and see set up. After about a dozen swings I hit a couple of drivers - crushed the second one - 96 mph SS, 241 on swing caddie. Pulled that device away and said lets do this.

The guys around me saw I was making a video and watched as I set up and just smoked one - I got a hand and a couple of “great swings.”

As I left I told them it was a MGS video - so then one of the guys down the range came over and said he reads our content all the time. He must be a new summer member because I didn’t know him but I told him he should join the forum.

I absolutely clobbered that ball, dead straight with a 12 mph left to right in cross wind, the camera and the gallery all there to distract me.

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loving the new swing caddie SC300.... I haven't had much chance to play with it due to the rain but the weather was halfway decent tonight.

I noticed it records the number of balls you hit.

193... 😳

This will probably cut my range visits in half. 

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Hit a large bucket tonight and worked mostly on woods, hybrid, and long iron. Playing with 2 different 3 wood trying to figure which one I hit better. My 4h was magic, but then year I cant find consistent magic. I think its my set uo and ball placement. 

I did hit a Titleist MB driving iron the shop was selling. Didnt love it or hate it. Just not really sure of the point of the club really with the exception of maybe keeping sonething low and out of the wind. 

I caught myself leaking things right mid bucket and had to evalate what was going on. Then I remembered to tel myself to "swing the damn club". Problem solved. 

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Did some putting work with the PuttOut system. Followed my normal routine of starting with the mirror and gate at 3 feet. Started atrociously, couldn't get the ball through the gate. I normally go until I get 3 through without any contact. The most attempts I've needed recently is 5, couldn't get any through today so I moved on to the pressure trainer.

Strangely, after a poor start I got things going. Took a total of 10 putts from a perfect putt at 3 feet to have perfect putts at 4,5 and 6 feet.

I can't remember the last time I missed a putt on the pressure test, it would be several 100 putts ago.

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Short game for me yesterday - I'm trying hard to put a golf club in my hand for something everyday.  I'm about to leave work and will do a SuperSpeed workout - range tomorrow - Thursday could be tricky because they are starting to aerate courses in our area and it would be a short game day, typically.

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I was chipping and putting for about an hour yesterday. Somehow, I developed Iron arms again from short distances. So I’ve bee trying to not be tense around those little 20 yard chips.

I followed that up with a chip and putt game. Just pick a spot, chip to hole and try to one putt from there.

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Startline practice with the putter.  Felt a little off with the putter the past couple of week so I wanted to make sure that i was starting the ball online.  Was pushing the ball a bit and realized I had crept to far over the.  Got a little more inside the ball and was better at rolling the ball through the gate.  Seemed to help during my golf league match today.  

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I received my Pressure Trainer from PuttOut yesterday and have been obsessively rolling putts in the basement on my rollout mat.

I haven't hit a perfect putt yet, but the design of the trainer makes it so you want to hit those putts over and over. I'm excited to see if all the extra time with the putter in my hand helps.

I also began experimenting with having my right hand low and am seeing less putts with me leaving the face open. TBD if it translates to results on the course, but something I started tinkering with.

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Put alignment rods about 5 feet apart and my shag bag at 25 feet;  did the ladder drill landing between each of the sticks.  Definitely an area that needs more work;  at least it was a beautiful day. 

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