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Smart ball comes in today. Going to try to use it a couple times a week with whiffles and range balls. 
 

dedicating myself to getting sequences right and flexibility. Stretch every morning followed by planemate wedge protocols. Going to do a couple weeks of the first four protocols daily to entrain sequence and pivot, then will move on. Same goes with the smart ball but with actually hitting whiffles or range balls. 

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A lot of work recently has been to keep my hands quiet and relaxed all across the board - full swing, chipping and putting. 

If I get too active in my hands during a full swing, I have a tendency to either pull the clubhead inside or, more likely as is my overcorrection, to push my hands outside on the takeaway. With chipping, too active of hands prevents me from using my rotation to hit the ball and I struggle with sticking the club into the ground behind the ball or hitting it really thin. And with putting, my hands being active leads to poor face control.

Additionally, still working on getting better rotation into my rear hip. If I do it right, my path is nicely zeroed out or a bit to the right. Poor rotation leads to a more left path and with my longer clubs leads to lots of pulls and pull hooks.

I sent this screen cap to my coach on Saturday and he really liked the progress with the rotation:

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11 minutes ago, edingc said:

A lot of work recently has been to keep my hands quiet and relaxed all across the board - full swing, chipping and putting. 

If I get too active in my hands during a full swing, I have a tendency to either pull the clubhead inside or, more likely as is my overcorrection, to push my hands outside on the takeaway. With chipping, too active of hands prevents me from using my rotation to hit the ball and I struggle with sticking the club into the ground behind the ball or hitting it really thin. And with putting, my hands being active leads to poor face control.

Additionally, still working on getting better rotation into my rear hip. If I do it right, my path is nicely zeroed out or a bit to the right. Poor rotation leads to a more left path and with my longer clubs leads to lots of pulls and pull hooks.

I sent this screen cap to my coach on Saturday and he really liked the progress with the rotation:

20210201_191338.jpg.fd2beccd8f25939fa21ad7d690bda374.jpg

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Working hard on getting rid of the inside takeaway. It helps me to understand where my hands should be at the top and how my wrist should be angled, etc. And then working backwards from there. 

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Finally made a breakthrough in what my brain needs to think for my body not to take the club inside on the takeaway. Had gotten instruction on this from my instructor and i could replicate a more vertical takeaway on some swings, but had a hard time getting it to stick. Drills only helped a bit, i really needed to think about what i personally need to think/feel to fix my takeaway. 

I finally figured out what that thought is and it will probably will not make any sense to anyone else except myself. I can't think about swinging my arms or doing something with my left arm, right arm, body, etc. My thought is that between my hands and arms, there is sort of a triangle formed, let's call that point A. To make the proper takeaway and get to left arm parallel, i need to think about moving the triangle in the most efficient manner from point A to point B at left arm parallel while keeping the triangle. I am sure that this probably will not work for anyone else but me...

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16 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

Finally made a breakthrough in what my brain needs to think for my body not to take the club inside on the takeaway. Had gotten instruction on this from my instructor and i could replicate a more vertical takeaway on some swings, but had a hard time getting it to stick. Drills only helped a bit, i really needed to think about what i personally need to think/feel to fix my takeaway. 

I finally figured out what that thought is and it will probably will not make any sense to anyone else except myself. I can't think about swinging my arms or doing something with my left arm, right arm, body, etc. My thought is that between my hands and arms, there is sort of a triangle formed, let's call that point A. To make the proper takeaway and get to left arm parallel, i need to think about moving the triangle in the most efficient manner from point A to point B at left arm parallel while keeping the triangle. I am sure that this probably will not work for anyone else but me...

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1 hour ago, dlow206 said:

Finally made a breakthrough in what my brain needs to think for my body not to take the club inside on the takeaway. Had gotten instruction on this from my instructor and i could replicate a more vertical takeaway on some swings, but had a hard time getting it to stick. Drills only helped a bit, i really needed to think about what i personally need to think/feel to fix my takeaway. 

I finally figured out what that thought is and it will probably will not make any sense to anyone else except myself. I can't think about swinging my arms or doing something with my left arm, right arm, body, etc. My thought is that between my hands and arms, there is sort of a triangle formed, let's call that point A. To make the proper takeaway and get to left arm parallel, i need to think about moving the triangle in the most efficient manner from point A to point B at left arm parallel while keeping the triangle. I am sure that this probably will not work for anyone else but me...

Makes sense. It the premise also behind the planemate and smart ball. Nice work!

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2 hours ago, dlow206 said:

Finally made a breakthrough in what my brain needs to think for my body not to take the club inside on the takeaway. Had gotten instruction on this from my instructor and i could replicate a more vertical takeaway on some swings, but had a hard time getting it to stick. Drills only helped a bit, i really needed to think about what i personally need to think/feel to fix my takeaway. 

I finally figured out what that thought is and it will probably will not make any sense to anyone else except myself. I can't think about swinging my arms or doing something with my left arm, right arm, body, etc. My thought is that between my hands and arms, there is sort of a triangle formed, let's call that point A. To make the proper takeaway and get to left arm parallel, i need to think about moving the triangle in the most efficient manner from point A to point B at left arm parallel while keeping the triangle. I am sure that this probably will not work for anyone else but me...

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I kid I kid, glad ya found something that works for you. It’s all in how you are able to understand. @B.Bostonexplains crap to me all the time but until it clicks for me it doesn’t matter how he explains it lol (chipping and being too quick of a tempo was the most recent for me)

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I kid I kid, glad ya found something that works for you. It’s all in how you are able to understand. @B.Bostonexplains crap to me all the time but until it clicks for me it doesn’t matter how he explains it lol (chipping and being too quick of a tempo was the most recent for me)

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1 hour ago, rbsiedsc said:

Makes sense. It the premise also behind the planemate and smart ball. Nice work!

For me, the smart ball helped me keep arm structure but i would still takeaway inside. 

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I kid I kid, glad ya found something that works for you. It’s all in how you are able to understand. @B.Bostonexplains crap to me all the time but until it clicks for me it doesn’t matter how he explains it lol (chipping and being too quick of a tempo was the most recent for me)

Yeah, the hard part for me was I understood what i was supposed to do, but my brain just couldn't translate it to doing the right thing consistently. That's why there are so many different drills, feels, etc. that are trying to get you to do something similar. 

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On 2/1/2021 at 7:16 PM, edingc said:

A lot of work recently has been to keep my hands quiet and relaxed all across the board - full swing, chipping and putting. 

If I get too active in my hands during a full swing, I have a tendency to either pull the clubhead inside or, more likely as is my overcorrection, to push my hands outside on the takeaway. With chipping, too active of hands prevents me from using my rotation to hit the ball and I struggle with sticking the club into the ground behind the ball or hitting it really thin. And with putting, my hands being active leads to poor face control.

Additionally, still working on getting better rotation into my rear hip. If I do it right, my path is nicely zeroed out or a bit to the right. Poor rotation leads to a more left path and with my longer clubs leads to lots of pulls and pull hooks.

I sent this screen cap to my coach on Saturday and he really liked the progress with the rotation:

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I'm working at not breaking into laughter every time I hit a shank, slice, hook or thin it. I have a very loud laugh and it makes my playing partners question my mental health....

 

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Being starved for ball striking and no space I was down in the basement hitting foam balls off a mat with a six iron into the basement wall that was probably 12' away. (cinder block wall, whitewashed) Got one really nice and it rebounded off the wall with decent force directly into my left eye. Fortunately the lid was in the lowered position at the moment of impact, else I'd probably be in trouble.

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19 hours ago, dlow206 said:

Finally made a breakthrough in what my brain needs to think for my body not to take the club inside on the takeaway. Had gotten instruction on this from my instructor and i could replicate a more vertical takeaway on some swings, but had a hard time getting it to stick. Drills only helped a bit, i really needed to think about what i personally need to think/feel to fix my takeaway. 

I finally figured out what that thought is and it will probably will not make any sense to anyone else except myself. I can't think about swinging my arms or doing something with my left arm, right arm, body, etc. My thought is that between my hands and arms, there is sort of a triangle formed, let's call that point A. To make the proper takeaway and get to left arm parallel, i need to think about moving the triangle in the most efficient manner from point A to point B at left arm parallel while keeping the triangle. I am sure that this probably will not work for anyone else but me...

To me that sounds like page 32 of my golf bible....

 

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25 minutes ago, Shapotomous said:

To me that sounds like page 32 of my golf bible....

 

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The biggest light bulb for me wasn't the part of the triangle and keeping the arms close together. It was more how that triangle needs to move. Previously, I thought to prevent an inside takeaway, I need to "swing" my arms straight back. But I realized that swinging arms straight back combined with pivot = inside takeaway. 

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53 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

The biggest light bulb for me wasn't the part of the triangle and keeping the arms close together. It was more how that triangle needs to move. Previously, I thought to prevent an inside takeaway, I need to "swing" my arms straight back. But I realized that swinging arms straight back combined with pivot = inside takeaway. 

That's page 54....   😁

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That's page 54....   😁

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My self-discovery of how I feel the arms move to not be inside aligns with what Jake Hutt is showing in this Instagram post. Note, I wasn't specifically trying to apply what Jake is showing, its just that what he is showing aligns with what I am now feeling on the backswing part of the arm movement.

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I completely get it....the suggestion, illustration, swing thought, etc that clicks with us is personal.  Some are visual learners able to imitate what we see but can't make sense out of a verbal description and some have to see it broken down in writing with sketches. 

I have read that Hogan book many times but I can still pick out one or two new things (or maybe I just forgot them) when i read through it again.  I use it as a refresher for the fundamentals much like Nicklaus used an early season session with Jack Grout.  But my results are much much less effective than his!!  😁

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Just some basement chipping and my daughter joined the fun. Needless to say my wife needs to get on board with golfing or the kids and I will be out all the time in a few years and she won’t be able to deny 5 rounds a week (screenshot from her Snapchat)49E1F18C-A824-4AF7-BD8C-EF45F5697B9B.png.78aa96d4fd0a6ce4f4ee73431f3f6623.png

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