Jump to content

Recommended Posts

5 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

if i hit the ball that well on the course, we’d be having a different conversation entirely 😂

then again at the range/on the sim i tend to swing free and not worry about bad shots  

can you define “trail side breaking down” for me? 

I'd agree with @THEZIPR23 about your takeaway. When you come back inside like that you can only come back over the top, or to keep it inside you're going to have to come out of your posture slightly to prevent from chunking it.

I do the same, and when it gets out of control I go back to a couple different thoughts depending on what feels right that day: right arm over left, right palm facing ball/ground longer, going up a wall with the arms are ones that my coach has used in the past.

I'm assuming your good shots tend to have a bit of draw on them? Mixed in with some snappers and high blocks right?

My disclaimer in all of this is that I'm a mid-cap myself, so take it all with a grain of salt.

  • Like 1

Unofficial WHS Handicap: 10.0 (Last Updated May 11, 2021)

Driver: callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Mavrik (9°), 45.75", Dumina AutoFlex SF505X | Unofficial AutoFlex Review
17° Hybrid:
callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Super Hybrid, 41.5", Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid 80 TX
18.5° Driving Iron: 
cobra_logo.png.190908c8b4518eec87c087429e4343ee.png Cobra KING Utility (2016 Model), 39.5", Mitsubishi MMT Utility 105 TX
21° Hybrid:
callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Epic Flash, 40", Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid 80 TX
4-AW:  
Sub70_Logo_WhtBlk.jpg.aee386374adf9afd31a02b989c839f9d.jpg Sub70 699 (4-6)/699 Pro (7-AW) Combo Set, 1° Flat, 37" 7 Iron, Mitsubishi MMT Taper 105 TX | Build Thread
54°, 58°:
cobra_logo.png.190908c8b4518eec87c087429e4343ee.png Cobra KING MIM Black, 1° Flat, 35.5", 35.25", Mitsubishi MMT Wedge 105 TX | #CobraConnect Review
Putter:
image.png.49fcc172a1ed0010d930fbe1c5dc8b79.png L.A.B. Golf DF 2.1, 36", 68°, Black with Custom Sightlines, BGT Stability Tour, L.A.B. Press II 3° | Unofficial Review
Grips: 
lamkin.png.5081890e009ae78e16066ee0fd18b7c0.png Lamkin Sonar Tour
Ball: :Snell:Snell MTB-X Optic Yellow

Tracked By: :Arccos: Arccos | #CobraConnect Review
Bag: :1590477705_SunMountain: Personalized 2020 Sun Mountain Sync
Riding On: :CaddyTek: CaddyTek Caddylite EZ V8 | Unofficial Review

WITB? | 2020 Participant #CobraConnect Challenge | 2019 Reviewer Callaway Epic Flash Driver

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 44
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

I think with our results together you and I should start "just 2 dudes giving lessons" on twitter. 

Rotation is only a piece of the puzzle. Setup, pressure points and sequencing all contribute to the ability to rotate. So focusing purely on rotation without diagnosing the cause of why you are gettin

As @RickyBobby_PR said, rotation is only part of the issue.  With a good setup and backswing, most problems occur with sequencing the transition. Sending you back to YouTube, take a look at the d

Posted Images

12 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

if i hit the ball that well on the course, we’d be having a different conversation entirely 😂

then again at the range/on the sim i tend to swing free and not worry about bad shots  

can you define “trail side breaking down” for me? 

Basically your right leg flexing too much and/or right shoulder moving closer to hip. 

  • Like 2

:taylormade-small:             SIM 9.5* (GD XC 6X) 

:taylormade-small:             SIM 15* (GD DI 7X) 

:taylormade-small:             3 DHY (GD DI HY8X)

:srixon-small:                    ZX7 4-PW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 49 08 F ( KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 59 04 L  (KBS 610)

:scotty-cameron-1:                Special Select SquareBack 2 33"

:titelist-small:                     ProV1

Twitter                     @THEZIPR23

 

"One thing Golf has taught me, is that my muscles have no memory."

Link to post
Share on other sites
4 minutes ago, edingc said:

I'd agree with @THEZIPR23 about your takeaway. When you come back inside like that you can only come back over the top, or to keep it inside you're going to have to come out of your posture slightly to prevent from chunking it.

I do the same, and when it gets out of control I go back to a couple different thoughts depending on what feels right that day: right arm over left, right palm facing ball/ground longer, going up a wall with the arms are ones that my coach has used in the past.

I'm assuming your good shots tend to have a bit of draw on them? Mixed in with some snappers and high blocks right?

first bold: i definitely lose my posture to deliver the club. you’re spot on there

second bold: again, nailed it. good contact is a 5-10 yard draw. i block a lot out to the right, and then of course i hit shots fat too. 

  • Like 2

:taylormade-small: SIM2 8º | KuroKage XT 70TX
:taylormade-small: SIM 3W 14º | Fujikura Atmos Black Tour Spec 9TX
:titelist-small: U500 2i | Fujikura Ventus HB Black 10TX
:titelist-small: T100 4-PW | Dynamic Gold X7
::vokey-small: SM6 52* SM8 56* SM8 60* | Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
:scotty-small:  Futura 5w

Link to post
Share on other sites
17 minutes ago, edingc said:

I'd agree with @THEZIPR23 about your takeaway. When you come back inside like that you can only come back over the top, or to keep it inside you're going to have to come out of your posture slightly to prevent from chunking it.

I do the same, and when it gets out of control I go back to a couple different thoughts depending on what feels right that day: right arm over left, right palm facing ball/ground longer, going up a wall with the arms are ones that my coach has used in the past.

I'm assuming your good shots tend to have a bit of draw on them? Mixed in with some snappers and high blocks right?

My disclaimer in all of this is that I'm a mid-cap myself, so take it all with a grain of salt.

I think with our results together you and I should start "just 2 dudes giving lessons" on twitter. 

  • Like 1
  • Haha 4

:taylormade-small:             SIM 9.5* (GD XC 6X) 

:taylormade-small:             SIM 15* (GD DI 7X) 

:taylormade-small:             3 DHY (GD DI HY8X)

:srixon-small:                    ZX7 4-PW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 49 08 F ( KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 59 04 L  (KBS 610)

:scotty-cameron-1:                Special Select SquareBack 2 33"

:titelist-small:                     ProV1

Twitter                     @THEZIPR23

 

"One thing Golf has taught me, is that my muscles have no memory."

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, THEZIPR23 said:

I think with our results together you and I should start "just 2 dudes giving lessons" on twitter. 

@Chip Strokes you played baseball, if I remember correctly?

I've noticed people with background in baseball/softball seem to have a lot of the same issues with the golf swing. I've been working a bit with my wife, who played a lot of softball, and her issue is an inside takeaway as well. Right palm facing ground longer on the backswing helped her a lot.

I say this because I know @THEZIPR23 also has a baseball background as well, and we all seem to have similar things going on in our swing!

 

  • Like 1

Unofficial WHS Handicap: 10.0 (Last Updated May 11, 2021)

Driver: callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Mavrik (9°), 45.75", Dumina AutoFlex SF505X | Unofficial AutoFlex Review
17° Hybrid:
callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Super Hybrid, 41.5", Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid 80 TX
18.5° Driving Iron: 
cobra_logo.png.190908c8b4518eec87c087429e4343ee.png Cobra KING Utility (2016 Model), 39.5", Mitsubishi MMT Utility 105 TX
21° Hybrid:
callaway_logo.png.3dd18aa65544000dd0ea3901697a8261.png Callaway Epic Flash, 40", Mitsubishi MMT Hybrid 80 TX
4-AW:  
Sub70_Logo_WhtBlk.jpg.aee386374adf9afd31a02b989c839f9d.jpg Sub70 699 (4-6)/699 Pro (7-AW) Combo Set, 1° Flat, 37" 7 Iron, Mitsubishi MMT Taper 105 TX | Build Thread
54°, 58°:
cobra_logo.png.190908c8b4518eec87c087429e4343ee.png Cobra KING MIM Black, 1° Flat, 35.5", 35.25", Mitsubishi MMT Wedge 105 TX | #CobraConnect Review
Putter:
image.png.49fcc172a1ed0010d930fbe1c5dc8b79.png L.A.B. Golf DF 2.1, 36", 68°, Black with Custom Sightlines, BGT Stability Tour, L.A.B. Press II 3° | Unofficial Review
Grips: 
lamkin.png.5081890e009ae78e16066ee0fd18b7c0.png Lamkin Sonar Tour
Ball: :Snell:Snell MTB-X Optic Yellow

Tracked By: :Arccos: Arccos | #CobraConnect Review
Bag: :1590477705_SunMountain: Personalized 2020 Sun Mountain Sync
Riding On: :CaddyTek: CaddyTek Caddylite EZ V8 | Unofficial Review

WITB? | 2020 Participant #CobraConnect Challenge | 2019 Reviewer Callaway Epic Flash Driver

Link to post
Share on other sites
Just now, edingc said:

@Chip Strokes you played baseball, if I remember correctly?

I've noticed people with background in baseball/softball seem to have a lot of the same issues with the golf swing. I've been working a bit with my wife, who played a lot of softball, and her issue is an inside takeaway as well. Right palm facing ground longer on the backswing helped her a lot.

I say this because I know @THEZIPR23 also has a baseball background as well, and we all seem to have similar things going on in our swing!

 

yessir, college and semi-pro ball. 

so my takeaway needs to come more straight back as opposed to so far inside the ball?

  • Like 2

:taylormade-small: SIM2 8º | KuroKage XT 70TX
:taylormade-small: SIM 3W 14º | Fujikura Atmos Black Tour Spec 9TX
:titelist-small: U500 2i | Fujikura Ventus HB Black 10TX
:titelist-small: T100 4-PW | Dynamic Gold X7
::vokey-small: SM6 52* SM8 56* SM8 60* | Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
:scotty-small:  Futura 5w

Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, Chip Strokes said:

yessir, college and semi-pro ball. 

so my takeaway needs to come more straight back as opposed to so far inside the ball?

Before you go changing your takeaway just focus on keeping right shoulder higher if and when you start getting the chunks. 

 

Changing the takeaway is going to be a big change and may change the matchups you currently have. 

  • Like 2

:taylormade-small:             SIM 9.5* (GD XC 6X) 

:taylormade-small:             SIM 15* (GD DI 7X) 

:taylormade-small:             3 DHY (GD DI HY8X)

:srixon-small:                    ZX7 4-PW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 49 08 F ( KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 59 04 L  (KBS 610)

:scotty-cameron-1:                Special Select SquareBack 2 33"

:titelist-small:                     ProV1

Twitter                     @THEZIPR23

 

"One thing Golf has taught me, is that my muscles have no memory."

Link to post
Share on other sites
3 minutes ago, THEZIPR23 said:

Before you go changing your takeaway just focus on keeping right shoulder higher if and when you start getting the chunks. 

 

Changing the takeaway is going to be a big change and may change the matchups you currently have. 

not disputing you - just trying to understand what you’re suggesting. 

you say shoulder higher, but when i look at most any pro at impact, i see this:

 

4B6998EF-7E42-4C41-B072-18FEEE788894.jpeg

14952AAC-A64F-4E86-B33E-7447BEA9F52F.jpeg

  • Like 1

:taylormade-small: SIM2 8º | KuroKage XT 70TX
:taylormade-small: SIM 3W 14º | Fujikura Atmos Black Tour Spec 9TX
:titelist-small: U500 2i | Fujikura Ventus HB Black 10TX
:titelist-small: T100 4-PW | Dynamic Gold X7
::vokey-small: SM6 52* SM8 56* SM8 60* | Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
:scotty-small:  Futura 5w

Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Chip Strokes said:

@edingc @RickyBobby_PR @cnosil @Dokes @Bill Nakayama

here are a couple of 7i swings from about a month ago on the simulator. you can see after the first swing, my rehearsals are focused on getting the hips through better. 

pls be gentle 

 

The guys pointed out some good stuff. 
 

in pic 1 you are in a decent spot but one thing that could be improved is not having any hip rotation at that point. The hips should start to move back as you go from pic 1 to pic to what many refer to as p2 or shaft parallel. Because of the earlier hip rotation you are getting the club behind you hands instead of getting the wrist set and riding your the shaft line. This gets you into a position that where your right arm is behind the seam of you shirts. It should be on or in front of it. You make a good move into the transition but because of where your arm is at you get the shaft steep in pic 4. As a result of that you have to stall the hips and rotation and stand up a bit to shallow the shaft and get to contact. This cause you to throw your hands and arms at the ball.

This video from amg is a good one to fix your takeaway and help you get in a better spot at the top to then be able to get into a spot in transiton and coming into impact

Here’s a good one for the transition 

 

185D668C-2852-4CA0-A60C-9E0D41363185.jpeg

739E8C02-B5AA-48A1-A66C-7EDD8E89D546.jpeg

B9C806DF-B5AF-4C25-8A56-2A4287E939D1.jpeg

0897D009-2664-4963-B1A7-A5368A3DBA13.jpeg

D88F8189-8686-4FCE-863D-7BCE7965D664.jpeg

  • Like 1

Driver: PXG 0811 X+ Proto w/UST Helium 5F4

Wood: TaylorMade M5 5W w/Accra TZ5 +1/2”, TaylorMade Sim 3W w/Aldila rogue white

Hybrid: PXG Gen2 22* w/AD hybrid

Irons: PXG Gen3 0311T w/Nippon modus 120

Wedges: TaylorMade MG2 50*, Tiger grind 56/60

Putter: Scotty Caemeron Super Rat1

Ball: Titleist Prov1

Link to post
Share on other sites

The trouble with trying to diagnose swing faults is that you can't see yourself swing. What you need to do is see a pro.  My experience has been that it's the best golf purchase I've ever made.

Link to post
Share on other sites
2 minutes ago, Agent 87 said:

The trouble with trying to diagnose swing faults is that you can't see yourself swing. What you need to do is see a pro.  My experience has been that it's the best golf purchase I've ever made.

thanks for the suggestion. i’ve been seeing a coach for a while. my swing is night and day compared to what it was, but i opened myself up to some suggestions based on what i felt my last round out. 

  • Like 1

:taylormade-small: SIM2 8º | KuroKage XT 70TX
:taylormade-small: SIM 3W 14º | Fujikura Atmos Black Tour Spec 9TX
:titelist-small: U500 2i | Fujikura Ventus HB Black 10TX
:titelist-small: T100 4-PW | Dynamic Gold X7
::vokey-small: SM6 52* SM8 56* SM8 60* | Dynamic Gold Tour Issue X100
:scotty-small:  Futura 5w

Link to post
Share on other sites

I have had pretty much all of the issues mentioned in this thread and am still working through some of them. The inside takeaway was so hard for me to get rid of, took like 6 months and I thought about it and tried to rehearse it every day during those 6 months plus practicing. It took a really long time until a light bulb went off in my head realizing what is really happening in the backswing when you combine arms with hips in the backswing.

Hip rotation took a long time to figure out and still a work in-progress. What took a long time to realize was that my lack of hip rotation was a result of upstream issues, so if i tried to fix the hip rotation in isolation, i would probably do one of two things, pull the ball off planet earth or spin them too fast and hit the ball straight right. 

For me personally, everything goes to backswing and sequencing. If my arm swing gets too long, bad things happen. If my wrist angles get off, bad things also happen. If i get the right width and depth in my backswing, then my wrists get in a better angle, shaft gets on a better plane, i start rotating better, etc.

My takeaway is that none of these may be specific to you, but i have learned over time that there are typically upstream root causes and then the body reacts accordingly to make it so that you can still hit the ball. 

Follow my golf journey to break into the 80s

Current tester for the Titleist TSi Driver

Spring 2020 MGS Tester for the Fujikura Motore X Shaft

Updated 4/27/2021
Driver:titelist-small: TSi 2 - Graphite Design AD-XC 6S
Hybrids:taylormade-small: SIM Max 3H, 4H - Matrix Ozik 85S
Irons:srixon-small: ZX5 5 - PW - Accra 95 icwt S
Wedges: :cleveland-small: CBX 2 54, CBX Full Face 58 - Nippon Modus 105 Wedge
Putter:  :odyssey-small: Two Ball Ten S Tour Lines - 31"
 

Link to post
Share on other sites
On 4/20/2021 at 10:32 AM, cnosil said:

I am no help here. I think this whole rotation thing is what has screwed up my golf swing. emoji2957.png

For a time, I came to believe that my rather short, compact, Finua-esque swing was a detriment.  It seemed I needed a John Daly like swing to generate speed.  I started focusing on wider, deeper backswings and it just does not work for my physical kinematics.  Instead, I have been doing stretch routines to help keep my flexibility... something Father-Time likes to take away.

  • Like 2

:ping-small: G410 Plus, 9 Degree Driver | Official 2019 MGS Tester

:ping-small: G400 SFT, 16 Degree 3w

:ping-small: G400 SFT, 19 Degree 5w

:ping-small: G410 Irons 4-UW 

:ping-small: Glide 2.0 56 Degree SW   (removed from double secret probation 😍)

:ping-small: B61 Putter

 

 

Link to post
Share on other sites

Good video @Chip Strokes.... you even caught the sound of the ball screaming in pain from being hit so hard!  😁 

I wish I could go back 30 years and have access to this type of info on the interwebs so I could have improved my swing when i could REALLY swing a club.  

Modern Bag:  Ping G410+ 9*, Accra TourZ X265 M5;  Snake Eyes 18* & 23* Hybrids; Golfsmith Tour Cavity Forged 3i;  Mizuno JPX 900 Forged 5 - PW, PX LZ 6.0;  Cleveland Tour Action 49*, 53*, 57*; PX LZ 6.5 ;  Ping Heppler Fetch;  Ball - Snell MTB-X; Bag - Sun Mountain H2NO 

Classic Bag:  Driver - Wilson Staff Persimmon; 3w - Hogan Speed Slot; 5w - Wilson Staff Tour Block; 3 - pw - Staff Dynapower; sw - Ram Tom Watson;  putter - bullseye standard or flange.

Link to post
Share on other sites

 

As a baseball player, I think this will resonate with you. Mike has a bunch of good drills and baseball examples. Milo Lines is another former ball player with good stuff online. Might help get your hips through and not stalling. 

  • Like 2

:cobra-small: F9 Driver 9*

:cobra-small: Baffler 2H/5H

:ping-small: G410 4-UW, Glide 2.0 54, 60*

:EVNROLL: ER2.2

Link to post
Share on other sites
17 hours ago, Chip Strokes said:

not disputing you - just trying to understand what you’re suggesting. 

you say shoulder higher, but when i look at most any pro at impact, i see this:

 

4B6998EF-7E42-4C41-B072-18FEEE788894.jpeg

14952AAC-A64F-4E86-B33E-7447BEA9F52F.jpeg

So my response would be what part of your swing looks like theirs? 

Chasing positions can get you in a lot of trouble. Positions are part of every swing and there are some that show up among great players. However the golf swing is not about trying to achieve positions it is all about matchups. 

It is also much easier to diagnose a problem that is seen. We are basing our guesses off you hitting it well.  

  • Like 2

:taylormade-small:             SIM 9.5* (GD XC 6X) 

:taylormade-small:             SIM 15* (GD DI 7X) 

:taylormade-small:             3 DHY (GD DI HY8X)

:srixon-small:                    ZX7 4-PW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 49 08 F ( KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 59 04 L  (KBS 610)

:scotty-cameron-1:                Special Select SquareBack 2 33"

:titelist-small:                     ProV1

Twitter                     @THEZIPR23

 

"One thing Golf has taught me, is that my muscles have no memory."

Link to post
Share on other sites
18 hours ago, THEZIPR23 said:

Before you go changing your takeaway just focus on keeping right shoulder higher if and when you start getting the chunks. 

I generally don't hit too many chunks, but my big miss is a high flare/slice. It occurred to recently (with an observation from a friend) that I occasionally drag my hands behind way too late resulting in a very open face. Is it possible that is a result of not keeping my right shoulder up? On a bad swing the other day, I totally felt like it dipped too far, too early.

Driver: :taylormade-small: M5 10.5* (set at 8.5*) Tensei CK Orange
3W: :bridgestone-small: Tour B JGR 15* Recoil 460ES
3H, 4H: :bridgestone-small: Tour B JGR 19*, 23* Recoil 780ES
4-PW:  :bridgestone-small: Tour B JGR HF2 Modus3 Tour 105
AW: :mizuno-small:S5 52*
SW: :cleveland-small: Zipcore Black Satin 54*
LW: :cleveland-small: Zipcore Black Satin 58*
Putter: :odyssey-small: Stroke Lab Marxman
Bag: :bridgestone-small: Tour B Stand Bag
Ball: :srixon-small: Z-Star
Pushcart: BigMax iQ+

:SuperSpeed: Tester
Starting Driver Speed on PRGR Monitor: 102 mph

Final Driver Speed (end of Level 2): 120 mph

Link to post
Share on other sites
4 minutes ago, MaxEntropy said:

I generally don't hit too many chunks, but my big miss is a high flare/slice. It occurred to recently (with an observation from a friend) that I occasionally drag my hands behind way too late resulting in a very open face. Is it possible that is a result of not keeping my right shoulder up? On a bad swing the other day, I totally felt like it dipped too far, too early.

It could be that. It could be something else. Covering the ball with your chest is probably better words to use. Generally when you have an open face from the inside it is caused by something the trail side is doing. 

 

  • Like 1

:taylormade-small:             SIM 9.5* (GD XC 6X) 

:taylormade-small:             SIM 15* (GD DI 7X) 

:taylormade-small:             3 DHY (GD DI HY8X)

:srixon-small:                    ZX7 4-PW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 49 08 F ( KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 59 04 L  (KBS 610)

:scotty-cameron-1:                Special Select SquareBack 2 33"

:titelist-small:                     ProV1

Twitter                     @THEZIPR23

 

"One thing Golf has taught me, is that my muscles have no memory."

Link to post
Share on other sites
41 minutes ago, MaxEntropy said:

I generally don't hit too many chunks, but my big miss is a high flare/slice. It occurred to recently (with an observation from a friend) that I occasionally drag my hands behind way too late resulting in a very open face. Is it possible that is a result of not keeping my right shoulder up? On a bad swing the other day, I totally felt like it dipped too far, too early.

 

34 minutes ago, THEZIPR23 said:

It could be that. It could be something else. Covering the ball with your chest is probably better words to use. Generally when you have an open face from the inside it is caused by something the trail side is doing. 

 

Are you guys talking about the right (trail) shoulder dipping too much too early in the downswing?

  • Like 1

Follow my golf journey to break into the 80s

Current tester for the Titleist TSi Driver

Spring 2020 MGS Tester for the Fujikura Motore X Shaft

Updated 4/27/2021
Driver:titelist-small: TSi 2 - Graphite Design AD-XC 6S
Hybrids:taylormade-small: SIM Max 3H, 4H - Matrix Ozik 85S
Irons:srixon-small: ZX5 5 - PW - Accra 95 icwt S
Wedges: :cleveland-small: CBX 2 54, CBX Full Face 58 - Nippon Modus 105 Wedge
Putter:  :odyssey-small: Two Ball Ten S Tour Lines - 31"
 

Link to post
Share on other sites
1 minute ago, dlow206 said:

 

Are you guys talking about the right (trail) shoulder dipping too much too early in the downswing?

Yes

  • Like 2

:taylormade-small:             SIM 9.5* (GD XC 6X) 

:taylormade-small:             SIM 15* (GD DI 7X) 

:taylormade-small:             3 DHY (GD DI HY8X)

:srixon-small:                    ZX7 4-PW (KBS C Taper S)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 49 08 F ( KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 55 08 M (KBS 610)

:titelist-small:                     Vokey SM8 59 04 L  (KBS 610)

:scotty-cameron-1:                Special Select SquareBack 2 33"

:titelist-small:                     ProV1

Twitter                     @THEZIPR23

 

"One thing Golf has taught me, is that my muscles have no memory."

Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...