ARC- BLUR KINETIC CHAIN | WOODS AND DRIVER – GREAT SWING SEQUENCE TOO!

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gvvarg91@gmail.com

Really enjoy your method of teaching the game. Spent so many years trying to learn the game from teachers who believe in the body part manipulation as the fix for all faults. Finally feel comfortable with my game. Club throwing drill has been a real help for my timing, tempo, weight shift and follow through. My biggest issue now is my driver. Can’t seem to get it. Constantly hitting my driver off or near the heel causing significant inconsistency. Watched driver drills on premium channel but still feel like my head gets ahead of ball in my swing and can’t seem to stop it. Am I missing something simple?
Gary from Arizona

rett515@gmail.com

Shawn,

I have to say your method of teaching and general golf philosophy are incredible. I committed to your instructional videos completely and cannot believe the difference it has made. Having now shot multiple rounds in the 70’s after making a major swing change following a long a golf hiatus due to COVID is just unreal. I feel like I am truly playing golf for the first time (and it feels so easy, intuitive, and athletic) so thank you for doing what you do. I recently watched a video where you discuss the “release” on the target side of the ball and focusing on the rehinge that occurs at the end of the follow through and how this is a great swing thought to ensure we don’t revert back to “hitting” the ball. It was a great video but now I can’t seem to find it again. Might have been target confirmation series, or arc blur, or a release video? You have so much great content that its sometimes hard to recall where these little nuggets are kept. I will be sure to make it a favorite video if you can point me in the right direction. Thanks again.

–Russell

rett515@gmail.com

Just found it again–Target Focus Confirmation Series Part-1. Thanks again Shawn–such great content!

Eric Beaulieu

Thanks Shawn!

My swing low point is always where my eyes are looking. How do I get my brain to get around that? If I’m not looking at the low point then my brain doesn’t know where it will be on the down swing

EX: On my drive, if I setup like you (driver “far” behind the ball), I need to look at where the driver is before starting the swing and use the ball/tee as intermediate point to hit a descent drive. If I look at the tee, my bain will bring my arm/club unit to the tee on the down swing (brain loosing low point and ground reference) and all bets are off.

With my irons, my divots (if any) are always under the ball or a tad before. Never after the ball but I still hit 170yds carry with my 7 iron that plugs and stop dead on the green.

I believe that’s the reason why I can’t hit fades and that all my shots have a draw tendency.

Last edited 7 months ago by Eric Beaulieu
Shawn Clement

Very good feedback! First time I hear it this way and it makes a lot of sense! With Driver, I have had some players look at the centre of the stance in anticipation of the low point; together with the prediction process, there is no reason why you could not do this! Same for iron shots; looking at a spot an inch in front of the ball and predicting if the low point is there during the swing, that the ball will get compressed in the direction you are letting the momentum go. Fantastic feedback man!!👌💪🤛😀

Eric Beaulieu

Thank you Shawn for the quick reply. I will try looking a bit in front of the ball next time I’m at the range to see if it will work.

Eric Beaulieu

Hi Shawn. Here’s some feedback after going to the range and playing a round. What I described above about the driver is definitely the way to go for me. I can really feel and predict impact and direction before initiating the back swing.

For the irons, blindly looking at the top or back of the ball works for me. That way I’m able to focus on compressing the ball in the proper direction on my way through.

My biggest issue is that I’m unable to bring that relax state and focus that I have at the range to the golf course. My brain just don’t what to let go.

Eric Beaulieu

Thanks for the reminder, that’s the bit that was missing. My last golf game went a lot better.

In your latest chip video, you said to Sav to make her chip movement a bit more to the outside like a fade swing in order to cut through the stem. Does it mean that you should feel like your swing path is a bit from Outside to In when doing a fade in order to brush the ball? I’ve been struggling a lot with fades and I was under the impression that the swing was the same and only the face angle and ball position alone will make the ball fade or draw.

Eric Beaulieu

Got it. Thanks

travis.s.henry@gmail.com

Thanks, Shawn! New subscriber and really kicking myself for not finding you sooner.

I’ve spent years fighting my tendency to pull the club inside on the way back after being told “you need to take it back straight”. Now I’m releasing the club through impact like never before but I have a lot of left misses – draws that start straight and end up left of target, rather than starting right of target.

Alignment? Picking a better intermediate point as my target? You’ve got so much great material that any specific videos to look at is appreciated!

imanuel@telus.net

Relatively new to Premium and have a question relating to hitting draws with the driver. When hitting irons I understand the need to close the face to gather the ball dynamically, but does the face need to be closed to draw the driver?

walker.vince@gmail.com

If your intermediate point is lined up with the white building, are you throwing the club at any specific target right of that? See 4.45 onwards

walker.vince@gmail.com

Thanks for confirming 👍

Jeremy Moody

Following or projecting the throw through the ball is often missed by me. Even with putting and chipping as the ‘ball as target’ becomes the default process. Retraining the mind with some key physical confirmation for the effortless process is your mantra and for me is the Key. So enjoy these videos. Thanks Shawn…

Mohanjit Singh

Very important tip about head going back and allowing the snap of the release.

Mohanjit Singh

Looking forward to the OFFENSIVE Vs DEFENSIVE series

marc.manion@gmail.com

Initially my comment could have been move over Sensei – Sav is here but it evolved into something different!!
If ever I wanted to see two perspectives of excellence in transition today was it! Just beautiful to watch effortless perfection.
The descriptions in English, Italian and French(not your dialect!) are the same – WOW, BOOM, BYE BYE BALL!!!

wisdomingolf@solafide.net

Some great swings from both of you here!

When I try to see the arc through the ball toward the intermediate point, I find myself holding off the release – almost like I’m trying to steer the ball, which leaves it out to the right with a push-fade or slice. Having watched the release videos, I think I’m pitting the two concepts against each other (releasing vs through the IP). How can I get them to work together? Hope I’m making sense…

Scott

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