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Annnnnd....It was turned off for Arccos. You might just be a genius! (I won't tell anyone, I promise)

 

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If it does let Arccos know I’ll send them a bill for my consulting fee. 😂

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I went to the range today with the intention of working on one of the drills from the Strike Plan where you try to intentionally hit a toe shot and then a heel shot to develop feel for each in order t

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I went to the club today and practiced chipping and putting.  Would chip to different hole locations and would try to make the ball in the hole in two putts or less. Then I went home and worked on contact drills into the net. Started with a half swing and worked on making good contact, then transitioned to a 3/4 swing, then full swing. 

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I told myself yesterday that i was going to take a few days off from full swing practice. i lied, couldn't help myself. Besides working on the stuff with my instructor, i was trying to figure out why do i have so much variance between swings, even during practice. I can have one swing that looks great followed by a swing where i am completely cutting across the ball. 

What i perceive my normal swing to feel like is backswing, pause, downswing. While there is no actual pause on video, that is how it feels to me, and from the perceived pause to downswing is where things go haywire for me and i get out of sequence, which is the cause for the variation between swings.

I experimented today with what I perceive to feel like one motion, backswing to downswing. That "one single motion" needs to feel smooth for me. in the swing i feel like there is no transition between backswing and downswing, but in video it shows up as a smooth transition. It feels nothing like what it actually looks like on video, but not necessarily a bad thing.

 

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9 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

I told myself yesterday that i was going to take a few days off from full swing practice. i lied, couldn't help myself. Besides working on the stuff with my instructor, i was trying to figure out why do i have so much variance between swings, even during practice. I can have one swing that looks great followed by a swing where i am completely cutting across the ball. 

What i perceive my normal swing to feel like is backswing, pause, downswing. While there is no actual pause on video, that is how it feels to me, and from the perceived pause to downswing is where things go haywire for me and i get out of sequence, which is the cause for the variation between swings.

I experimented today with what I perceive to feel like one motion, backswing to downswing. That "one single motion" needs to feel smooth for me. in the swing i feel like there is no transition between backswing and downswing, but in video it shows up as a smooth transition. It feels nothing like what it actually looks like on video, but not necessarily a bad thing.

 

I'm loving watching your hard work on Instagram and here. Keep plugging away. Your consistent practice will pay off.

Really looking forward to hear about your lowered scores due to all your hard work.

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1 minute ago, palvord said:

I'm loving watching your hard work on Instagram and here. Keep plugging away. Your consistent practice will pay off.

Really looking forward to hear about your lowered scores due to all your hard work.

Thanks man. 

Where i struggle right now is putting together a complete round. One day I will be hot off the tee and leave myself with an approach shot that i should either hit the green or land somewhere near the green, but then i will waste a shot by chunking it. The next round i will be cold off the tee and will lose shots having to punch out from the trees. And then other rounds i will be hot off the tee and with my irons but then my short game becomes atrocious. Part of it is getting better consistency, part of it is i get in my own head. 

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Thanks man. 

Where i struggle right now is putting together a complete round. One day I will be hot off the tee and leave myself with an approach shot that i should either hit the green or land somewhere near the green, but then i will waste a shot by chunking it. The next round i will be cold off the tee and will lose shots having to punch out from the trees. And then other rounds i will be hot off the tee and with my irons but then my short game becomes atrocious. Part of it is getting better consistency, part of it is i get in my own head. 

It's the "fun" of this game. Shot to shot, hole to hole, there is a new challenge to conquer.

Don't let your lows get too low. The challenge is always to find something that resembles a happy medium in your head. 

I'm also saying all this to myself as I haven't swung a club since October and am about to discover all of my new flaws for this season.

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Irons:      :cobra-small: King F9 - LH - 5-GW - KBS C-Taper Lite Stiff
Wedges: :cobra-small: King Black - LH - 52° 56° 60° - KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 Stiff
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1 hour ago, dlow206 said:

I told myself yesterday that i was going to take a few days off from full swing practice. i lied, couldn't help myself. Besides working on the stuff with my instructor, i was trying to figure out why do i have so much variance between swings, even during practice. I can have one swing that looks great followed by a swing where i am completely cutting across the ball. 

What i perceive my normal swing to feel like is backswing, pause, downswing. While there is no actual pause on video, that is how it feels to me, and from the perceived pause to downswing is where things go haywire for me and i get out of sequence, which is the cause for the variation between swings.

I experimented today with what I perceive to feel like one motion, backswing to downswing. That "one single motion" needs to feel smooth for me. in the swing i feel like there is no transition between backswing and downswing, but in video it shows up as a smooth transition. It feels nothing like what it actually looks like on video, but not necessarily a bad thing.

 

What are you and your coach working/focusing on at the moment? 
 

was there anything he focused on that he has considered improved and now moved onto another part of the swing?

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11 minutes ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

What are you and your coach working/focusing on at the moment? 
 

was there anything he focused on that he has considered improved and now moved onto another part of the swing?

Main things i had been working on were rotation and shoulder tilt. My instructor says they have improved but still work in progress. So i haven't moved on from those yet. 

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Irons:srixon-small: ZX5 5 - PW - Accra 95 icwt S
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48 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

Main things i had been working on were rotation and shoulder tilt. My instructor says they have improved but still work in progress. So i haven't moved on from those yet. 

Gotcha. Nice to know he’s not trying to move on without the initial change being where he wants. It’s one of the reasons I stopped seeing a local coach several years back. Always moved onto something before I felt like things were better 

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Lesson with my swing coach today.  Focus was driver.  Used the GCQuad and several different drivers.  My Ping tends to spin too high.  Cobra RadSpeed and Epic Speed both 10.5 with R shafts produced better results.  Plan on playing a round with the Cobra tomorrow.  Additionally, worked on my foot work and improved rotation through the swing.  It's a different move from what I was doing previously and a bit awkward feel for now.   Drill hitting 10 wedges for the feel and timing then hit driver.  

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1 hour ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Gotcha. Nice to know he’s not trying to move on without the initial change being where he wants. It’s one of the reasons I stopped seeing a local coach several years back. Always moved onto something before I felt like things were better 

I also sent in a one off lesson to Monte to see if he could spot anything specific as a root cause for my rotation and shoulder tilt issues. His teaching and Jonathan's teaching go well together, but Monte is really good at spotting really specific root cause issues, so I wanted to get a second opinion. Just got the feedback back from Monte an hour ago and it was some interesting stuff that is backswing related that is causing me not to link up arms with pivot in transition and downswing. 

I know some folks would say you should only work with one instructor at a time, but I see it as having multiple doctors, one being a primary care and another being a specialist that you see from time to time. As long as their advice isn't conflicting, in my mind its ok. 

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3 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

I also sent in a one off lesson to Monte to see if he could spot anything specific as a root cause for my rotation and shoulder tilt issues. His teaching and Jonathan's teaching go well together, but Monte is really good at spotting really specific root cause issues, so I wanted to get a second opinion. Just got the feedback back from Monte an hour ago and it was some interesting stuff that is backswing related that is causing me not to link up arms with pivot in transition and downswing. 

I know some folks would say you should only work with one instructor at a time, but I see it as having multiple doctors, one being a primary care and another being a specialist that you see from time to time. As long as their advice isn't conflicting, in my mind its ok. 

Agree Monte is pretty good at diagnosing issues from what I’ve seen in limited video and just reading his comments peoples swings.

 

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1 hour ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Agree Monte is pretty good at diagnosing issues from what I’ve seen in limited video and just reading his comments peoples swings.

 

Agreed!  It was amazing watching him pick out the issues of each of us in his clinic a few weeks ago.  He didn't have to see more than one swing to know our issues!!

NOW, I have to spend a lot of time working on my "fix".  Monte doesn't like to give you more than one, maybe two, thing to focus on.  Once you master the major issue, then he will give you further drills to address any other issues.

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Right elbow, right pocket.... (POCKET, not hip...you start going towards the hip and you're in doo-doo <speaking from experience>)

This has really helped me mitigate the over-the-top/throw-the-club-out move.

Good stuff here from Rory and Martin...

 

 

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4 hours ago, StrokerAce said:

Right elbow, right pocket.... (POCKET, not hip...you start going towards the hip and you're in doo-doo <speaking from experience>)

This has really helped me mitigate the over-the-top/throw-the-club-out move.

Good stuff here from Rory and Martin...

 

 

Thanks for sharing that.  I've always been a fan of Rory's swing, and I like that thought for a feel.

Also it's not fair how much better pro's clubs sound when they hit them... it's just not fair! 

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Frost and snow today, range is closed for the third day in a row, so I came home at lunch and hit some foam balls against the house to practice instead. Working on the feeling of belt buckle behind ball at impact (which, again, gets my hands in front and my hips rotating less to start the downswing). Feel good and video seems to confirm I've got more room for my hands and arms, less slide of the upper body  and more shaft lean at impact.

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Can't wait to actually get out on the course and range.

Something else I've been working on is lengthening my backswing, which my coach has been asking me to work on for some time. Last week I got my Rypstick analysis video back and that was their biggest recommendation for me as well. For me, that means a feeling of my right leg straightening more in the backswing and feeling like my right tricep gets parallel to the ground. It's a work in progress...

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Got outside while my lunch was cooking and did my second day of the SuperSpeed C beginning protocol.  I was happy to see within the first set I got up to the 131 mark again.  It still feels a little awkward but I felt like I got some more powerful swings in.  My numbers were much more consistent today and I topped out at 133 on dominant swings and 127 on non-dominant swings.  Both new bests with Superspeed sticks.  

It's starting to rain here, so maybe doing some of the short game Planemate work later on inside, or maybe some putting practice tonight, we'll see! 

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Worked on driver for the first time in a while.  Trying to get my spin numbers down and my speed back up where it should be.  Really felt my legs getting into the ball, but accuracy left a bit to be desired.  Had my best ball speed of the year at 171 with 296 carry and was only just off the fairway.  Still coming a bit over the top and losing some posture on the downswing and too much spin.  Never ending quest.

 

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It’s snowing today. 
 

I didn’t practice golf. 
 

Maintenance day. 

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21 hours ago, Kenny B said:

Agreed!  It was amazing watching him pick out the issues of each of us in his clinic a few weeks ago.  He didn't have to see more than one swing to know our issues!!

NOW, I have to spend a lot of time working on my "fix".  Monte doesn't like to give you more than one, maybe two, thing to focus on.  Once you master the major issue, then he will give you further drills to address any other issues.

Monte had some wizardry on my swing analysis to notice that I was getting to my left side too early, almost right away, plus my arms getting jammed up at the top of my swing, so my arms would continue moving to get more space even though my body stopped rotating. The part about getting to my left side too early made my swing feel really unathletic. He said i need to start the swing and get some pressure on the right side and it may feel like swaying to me.

I feel so much more athletic making that move. My swing feels the best it has ever felt. Shallow but neutral. 

 

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