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Notable Forum Threads

From time to time a few forum threads are worth noting for everyone to read through. I’d like to see more of you adding your $0.02 and below is a short list. Some are good to just read for the information and others are a good place for you to join in the discussion if […]

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Lesson of the Week: Andrew Teo – Tempo and How a Shut Clubface Affects the Backswing

Andrew is a 6 handicap who could be much better given his athletic ability and the nice sequencing of his swing. He complains of inconsistency, and I spotted two things immediately that I wanted to change that I felt would simplify his swing and make him a better ball striker. The first was the radically […]

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Lesson of the Week: Gene Slavens- Poor Posture Leading to Early Extension

If you’ve been watching my lesson posts you must have noticed by now a common pattern whereby an address position pressured more toward the heels inevitably leads to the entire pelvis moving forward toward the ball during the swing, leaving the left leg in the way of the swing’s rotation and causing the right upper […]

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Wayne D. Changing Swing Shape- February 2018

I’ve been trying to figure out why I consistently lean into the front of my left foot in transition, a move which I believe throws off my sequence and eventually is one of the causes of my throw release and forward exit. I am now focusing on the lifting of my hands and arms from […]

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Online Lesson: Harley Holohan – Heel Heavy Posture Leads to Arm Lift and Hands Dropping in Transition

It’s obvious why Harley is a low handicap player: he has an excellent swing. In this lesson my suggestions focus on posture and transition, where I see Harley raising up from P3 to P4 and then dropping his hands and right arm behind him from P4 to P5. I trace this issue back to Harley’s […]

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