BEGINNER SERIES PART 2-POSTURE AND SET-UP

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Jason Roach

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bphayes65@icloud.com

Hi Shawn, I’ve gone through many of your intro videos (the process, rhythm training, the process, etc. and you keep discussing cutting the grass or dandelion head. When on the golf course and actually hitting the golf ball, where should my focus be? What should i be trying to accomplish, related to where the ball actually sits? Sometimes it is back of your stance, sometime it is front, sometime center. Am I aiming for the ball, or the grass just before it, etc. Thank you.

Shawn Clement

Alright; the stem of the dandelion, or ball, is in the middle of it. The simple act of cutting THROUGH THE STEM and OUT INTO THE DIRECTION YOU WANT THE BALL TO GO which is marked by your intermediate point, is the task. NOT to the ball and Not The grass before the ball. THROUGH THE STEM AND ALONG THE GROUND towards the direction you want the ball to fly into. See the “blur of club” and the “arc-blur unstoppable momentum” videos.

cedcej@gmail.com

Shawn, comparing your swing to Savy, I see in your completed backswing your arms are more parallel to the ground. Savy’s arms and shoulder turn reach more above her head. Your elbows show less bend while Savy’s elbow bend is more pronounced. I assume both are correct, what’s the difference? Is there a video illustration of each approach?

cedcej@gmail.com

You are not alone. I’ll strive for her width but settle for your forehand.

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