BEGINNER SERIES PART 6- WORKING THE BALL

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shortdj58@yahoo.com

Great series, I am 62 years old and fortunately I haven’t lost any distance, I may have even gained a little with better equipment. However, I lack consistency and it can be from one extreme to the other. On some days everything works and on others I feel like I am doing the same swing but the results are terrible. I scratch my head, try to make adjustments and usually after several holes, I find a fix. However, I have ruined my score… That said, I am willing to change my swing in order to find a consistent baseline that I can reset, for those out of sync days. I need to grove your methods so that I can take them to the course. I have recently retired so I have the time but my down fall is patients. I’m great on the driving/practice range but when I get in pressure situations on the course my sub conscience mind takes over and I revert back to my bad swing habits. The worst part of my bad habits is that my hands take over and my body doesn’t have time to get out of the way… My biggest take away from this series is your comment about don’t let these thoughts get into your head, we are already programed to make all the correct moves if we understand the task i.e. throw the hammer to the target not at the ball. However, addressing the ball with a closed face is going to be hard to get use too…
Thanks again,
Darrell

Mikeldwilliams@gmail.com

I’m a little confused.
Do I always address the ball with a closed face to prevent the slice and hit it straight? Or is this just for when I am purposely trying to curve the ball?

barenda@hetnet.nl

Hello Shawn,

In this video you use the words Danyoual stam ( I do not
know how to write it and to find it on google translate. The same, I can not find
j a i e l e i or something like that. Please help me so I can find it on google translate.

Greetings Alfred from Holland.

rvhextall@gmail.com

Dandelion stem?

A Dandelion is a type of flower.
Stem is the part below the head of the flower (like the trunk of a tree)

Hope this helps,
Rob.

jci_9@yahoo.com

At the 8:45 mark when you get behind the ball for a draw is it the turn of the shoulders at setup that gets the club face to appear square, or do you move your hands clockwise to get it to look square? What are your thoughts on split grip practice swings to get a feel for the club being like a hockey stick?

jci_9@yahoo.com

Yes! When I’m out hitting balls and do what you say I’m constantly saying, Shawn was right again. Finally had a round without any sliced drives, now just trying to fine tune this draw!

nicolasgoubet@gmail.com

Hello Shawn,
So it works very Well, but from this, how to do a low or high draw/ fade ( i haven’t seen all the vidéos yet)?
Best regards

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