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Still keeping at it with the SuperSpeed System … I may be at week 6 or 7 now in Level 1, but I just hit a new personal best with the last set of reps on the lightest stick at 118. 

 

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1 hour ago, mikeanthony said:

Still keeping at it with the SuperSpeed System … I may be at week 6 or 7 now in Level 1, but I just hit a new personal best with the last set of reps on the lightest stick at 118. 

 

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Great progress! So glad the sticks are working for you.

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Speed day today. Rypstick workout followed by balls into the net, focusing on maxing out speed and ball speed. I love focusing on ball speeds because the strike usually has to be pretty good to put up good numbers.

My swing is really starting to feel like it's coming together. I talked about it last week, but I made a change with my hands higher at address. Watching video I'm now starting to return the club to the ball on the downswing on a similar plane as I took it back. Previously, my hands were so low at address that I raised the handle a ton through impact, which was a huge timing move. 

Set new personal best ball speeds with the 7 iron and driver, finally breaking through a huge wall at 170 MPH ball speed that I've been trying to hit for almost a year at this point.

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1 hour ago, edingc said:

Speed day today. Rypstick workout followed by balls into the net, focusing on maxing out speed and ball speed. I love focusing on ball speeds because the strike usually has to be pretty good to put up good numbers.

My swing is really starting to feel like it's coming together. I talked about it last week, but I made a change with my hands higher at address. Watching video I'm now starting to return the club to the ball on the downswing on a similar plane as I took it back. Previously, my hands were so low at address that I raised the handle a ton through impact, which was a huge timing move. 

Set new personal best ball speeds with the 7 iron and driver, finally breaking through a huge wall at 170 MPH ball speed that I've been trying to hit for almost a year at this point.

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It's great to see you've reached the 170 ball speed milestone! You've put in a lot of work the last couple of years and its awesome to watch as you progress. 

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@edingc  If there was a jealousy emoji I would have used it on your 170mph post!  😁

 

 

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23 hours ago, revkev said:

That’s a cool club and fun to hit I’m sure.
 

I don’t always know who knows or remembers what here so I will remind that Chisag was a golf instructor. He’s very knowledgeable.  I would always take his advice to heart and consider it twice if I were going to go against it. 
 

Good luck and enjoy 

 

 

I am aware of his lesson background (and Philly DJ stint!) & always read what @chisag suggests to everyone.   👍  Sometimes it applies to me and sometimes not but it's always worth considering.

I will be OK using that club for my net sessions because I am generally doing hitting drills rather than full swings like on the course.  My drills are usually 3/4 swings emphasizing certain positions or feels.  Right now I am working on shaft lean and compressing the ball during net sessions.  Training my swing to be repeatable & hitting that dime size sweet spot will help me.   It translated to the course pretty well today....76 in very windy conditions. 

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Working out my short game today and made some notes about my green side bunker play today Alway better at long bunker shots but didn’t feel I had touch for the short ones. 
Last time out noticed if I twisted my both my heel and dig in and play the ball middle stance but relate ball  off my back heel I produce very good bunker shot that landed very close to the pin  
I notice that if I just walk in and not do any digging I tend to sway forward and my sand shots are not as crisp and tend to be off line on my landing spot 

I feel like the motion for me out of the sand is more of a turn off my back heel 

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Practicing my short putts and now that it acceptable to ground the putter on the line of putt I been doing that and lifting the putter over the ball to start my putt   Like what some players did in the old days like Nick Price   It’s help me see the top of the ball more and lifting putter helps make more of a smooth roll on the ball 

so I been grounding my putter 2 feet in front of the ball then stepping back and hovering    I seem to be more consistent with this method than laying the putter on the ground behind the ball to start the motion

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Finally made it home last night and had some time to kill waiting on laundry this afternoon. Took out the standard 7-iron and tried to work some more on the wrist angles. I'm still not really getting it the way the coach would like me to. It seems like it should be easy, but my hands just don't want to cooperate that way. Even trying an overexaggerated outside backswing doesn't flatten out my downswing as much as he would like and I am just not having luck holding any kind of bowed wrist. 

Played with a couple little feeling things to see how it would affect things overall. Basically came to the conclusion that my brain gets in my way more than anything. I feel like my swing is one or two little breakthroughs from a significant improvement, but it's a major struggle at the moment. It's currently functional, but not living up to potential.

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I said last week that I wanted to hit into the net on a near daily basis but man...even with the net in the basement sometimes its just hard to find the time!  But anyway, I managed to make it down there today and run through the bag.  I'm keeping track of the info from the launch monitor and one of the things I've noticed so far is that I'm maddeningly inconsistent; my 3 wood was great today but was terrible last time.  A random assortment of clubs play well one day then another random assortment plays well the next. 

My son has a funky club he got from a friend of ours, a TaylorMade R7 3 wood with a 5 wood shaft and all the weights removed from the head.  I took a few hacks with it, and besides the whistling noise from lack of weight, I was really impressed by it.  I really feel like I'm leaving something on the table with the long clubs that I have.  Difficult for me to justify the cost, but I need to keep an eye out for some upgrades this winter!

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Hadnt really touched my clubs since last September minus changing out shafts, grips, and swingweight adjustments.  Hot balls to days ago to loosen up a bit and hit balls tonight doing a takeaway drill. Since its Oregon, I am rusty!

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On 12/12/2021 at 6:24 PM, RichL85 said:

Even trying an overexaggerated outside backswing doesn't flatten out my downswing as much as he would like and I am just not having luck holding any kind of bowed wrist. 

Personally, I'm not a fan of over exaggerated outside backswing.  Yes, it can help flatten out your swing, but there are other movements that are needed to make that happen.

Without knowing your swing, I can't comment on it.  However, rather than focusing on a bowed lead wrist (flexing), try focusing on extending the trail wrist more.  May not work, but for some people that works better than trying to bow the lead wrist.  Gets you to the same point.

I recommend Monte Scheinblum's Efficient Swing and No Turn Cast videos.  Worth every penny!

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1 hour ago, Kenny B said:

Personally, I'm not a fan of over exaggerated outside backswing.  Yes, it can help flatten out your swing, but there are other movements that are needed to make that happen.

Without knowing your swing, I can't comment on it.  However, rather than focusing on a bowed lead wrist (flexing), try focusing on extending the trail wrist more.  May not work, but for some people that works better than trying to bow the lead wrist.  Gets you to the same point.

I recommend Monte Scheinblum's Efficient Swing and No Turn Cast videos.  Worth every penny!

The over exaggerated backswing was just a quick little test to see what would happen. I like to experiment with things as a scientist/engineer. In terms of the wrists, I'm naturally left handed, but golf as if I were right handed so my mental connection is much better with my lead wrist than it is with my trail wrist. In my case, it's not really so much that the wrist angles won't hold, it's a different issue that causing the wrists to react that way in order to create something functional. Until I can get that worked out, I will have more of a timing-based swing. If the stars align properly, it works, but everything has to sync up correctly, and I don't have enough time to dedicate solely to golf to keep that natural timing. The coach I've been working with has been great and has me working on some drills that will take some of that inconsistency away, which was my main goal. 

Realistically, I have to remember that I basically haven't played in about 13 years. It's going to take some time.

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9 minutes ago, RichL85 said:

The over exaggerated backswing was just a quick little test to see what would happen. I like to experiment with things as a scientist/engineer. In terms of the wrists, I'm naturally left handed, but golf as if I were right handed so my mental connection is much better with my lead wrist than it is with my trail wrist. In my case, it's not really so much that the wrist angles won't hold, it's a different issue that causing the wrists to react that way in order to create something functional. Until I can get that worked out, I will have more of a timing-based swing. If the stars align properly, it works, but everything has to sync up correctly, and I don't have enough time to dedicate solely to golf to keep that natural timing. The coach I've been working with has been great and has me working on some drills that will take some of that inconsistency away, which was my main goal. 

Realistically, I have to remember that I basically haven't played in about 13 years. It's going to take some time.

Best of luck!  You can work it out.

If I knew what I know now, back when I started playing golf, I would have started playing left handed.  I think pulling with my dominant arm would have lessened the number of issues I had when I started.  

 

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Hit balls into the net for half an hour today - I will let you know if that was enough to help me play okay tomorrow - my last round was November 22nd.  I thought you were supposed to be slowing down work wise at 65. 😞

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Made the switch to claw grip for the past month and it’s slowly working out on the course. 
Been finding that change of technique is making me prefer more of a single bend or flow neck with mallet

Before I was using the LHL method I gravitated to a plumbers neck. Now those style don’t fit my eye when I m clawing 

Just to add I’m more bent over and like the feel of the weight on my toes when I’m rolling the ball 

Previously I was too upright and weight on my heels like I was chipping 

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Went to the range for the first time since getting Covid. I’ve been having the major fatigue for weeks, but I HAD to just get outside. Wow. It was UGLY. I literally couldn’t even swing!!!! Shanks, tops, etc. Wow. Absolutely ZERO energy at all and the legs were completely gone with some pretty bad atrophy. I had JUST played my last 4 rounds in the 70s too!!! Wow. Scary. It’s going to take some time to get back, frustrating because the swing was coming together!!!!

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Back to my indoor short game winter sessions. Today just messing around with foam balls and wedges. Focusing on keeping my head locked into the ball and not moving it after contact. I find myself at times in the all facets picking my head up to early from tee to green. contact was a landslide better when I was doing this.

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Went to the range for the first time since getting Covid. I’ve been having the major fatigue for weeks, but I HAD to just get outside. Wow. It was UGLY. I literally couldn’t even swing!!!! Shanks, tops, etc. Wow. Absolutely ZERO energy at all and the legs were completely gone with some pretty bad atrophy. I had JUST played my last 4 rounds in the 70s too!!! Wow. Scary. It’s going to take some time to get back, frustrating because the swing was coming together!!!!

Amazing what it takes out of you. Hope you get back to it. I am just getting back to it about 2 weeks post symptoms. Have not done any golf related things besides the basement wedges. Have found myself at work taking the stairs and being slightly winded which is frightening.

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35 minutes ago, Lacassem said:

Back to my indoor short game winter sessions. Today just messing around with foam balls and wedges. Focusing on keeping my head locked into the ball and not moving it after contact. I find myself at times in the all facets picking my head up to early from tee to green. contact was a landslide better when I was doing this.

Amazing what it takes out of you. Hope you get back to it. I am just getting back to it about 2 weeks post symptoms. Have not done any golf related things besides the basement wedges. Have found myself at work taking the stairs and being slightly winded which is frightening.

It’s crazy isn’t it?! Praying we get rid of these lingering issues soon!!!

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I've been really focusing on my setup this offseason and am realizing the root cause of some of my longstanding issues.

A constant fight for me has been to stop my right shoulder from "coming under" on the downswing. I tend to raise my left shoulder and the right shoulder comes down at the start of the backswing, which leads to a lot of side bend and throws my club path way out right. If my timing is good I hit big draws, but if I'm a little off I end up either shanking it or hitting blocks. 

The realization that hit me the other day is that my initial backswing move with my lower body was not doing me any favors. My initial takeaway ended up with me having a slight sway and putting almost all of my pressure onto my trail toes at the top of the backswing. This not only limited my hip and shoulder turn, it caused me to push off my toes at the start of the downswing. That would make me early extend, drop the shoulder, expose the hosel, etc. in order to not come over the top.

A few weeks ago I found I was hitting the ball much better with the feeling of the right heel staying on the ground through impact. And, after cutting a tennis ball in half to emulate the Force Pedals, I found putting them under right trail heel and front toes improved my impact even more. Both the trail heel thought and the DIY Force Pedal had me rotating a little better so that I would get my pressure more evenly spread out on my right foot and not just in the toes.

The biggest difference is felt in hitting chips and pitches. When I'm doing it right on these types of shots, it's a crazy difference. 

Feeling really good today. Can't tell you how many practice swings I've taken with a plastic coat hanger on my breaks just to try to cement this feel in.

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