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    From [email protected] on Punch Out

    Unfortunately one of the most important shots in golf 😉 You appear to have your feet open on the second shot. Is that because the ball is back in the stance?

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    • Shawn Clement

      From Shawn Clement on Punch Out

      Possibly yes; it is like a chip shot which has an open stance…

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    From [email protected] on Rhythm Training - Part 1

    Have that hole moved before you have a mental breakdown 😉

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    From [email protected] on GRIP PRESSURE POLISH (2)

    Great video. The grip till you draw blood drove too much tension up the arms. 7-8 was okay and able to keep wrists loose with firm grip. One fault that used plagued me is my right hand would close the face on the down swing. WIG has solved that (if I keep with the target) but it will take a while to clear that fear from my head.

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      From Shawn Clement on GRIP PRESSURE POLISH (2)

      Right on Tim! Great feedback! We always advocate to do things without strain; I just wanted to show how far you can go with grip pressure without affecting the swing because I see too many “bird holders” out there preventing themselves from ever getting that blissful compression through the ball. Did you see the “squaring of the club” and the “goldie locks series” videos?

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    From [email protected] on KINETIC CHAIN ENGAGEMENT#7- BATTERING RAM

    This video has so many additional benefits such as providing proper club placement in the backswing, swing plane, angle of attack, and club release. All the things that modern golf instruction talks about but fails to cohesively illustrate how to perform it.

    One task, the battering ram task, allows all of the above to naturally occur without having to think about any of it.

    Thank you Shawn for another tremendous lesson that is task-focused and allows us to perform as gravity geniuses, freeing our minds to enjoy this great game.

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    From [email protected] on KINETIC CHAIN ENGAGEMENT#7- BATTERING RAM

    All I can say is check the attached picture. That is the type of battering ram I envision if hitting to the left. Strong left hand on grip parallel to ram. Palm facing target on grip perpendicular to ram. Now I have to order more practice balls.

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    From Lyle Goodman on KINETIC CHAIN ENGAGEMENT#7- BATTERING RAM

    Tried this on the range, I like this task can’t manipulate the clubface. Battering ram to right of intermediate for a draw and left for a fade?

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    From [email protected] on DRIVER BALL LOGO ARC-BLUR-FAIRWAY FINDER!

    Shawn this was a game changer. Breakthrough for me. Turned hooks into baby draws instantly after watching this and trying it at the range. thanks

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    From andy vasily on KINETIC CHAIN ENGAGEMENT#7- BATTERING RAM

    Love this drill. Going to give it a go today. Key for me is your wording, ‘there should be no pushing with the arms, it’s pure weight’. So, to me this means pure weight of the arm-club unit. Will let you know how it goes!

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    From Maurice Wyatt on DIAGONAL SERIES PART 3-LONG IRONS AND FAIRWAY WOODS

    how to hit high shots with fades or draws

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    From Knut Herzog on Trail Hand Release

    Hi Shawn,
    I have worked on this and the lead hand release the last weeks as you advised in my video review. It seems like my ball contact is closer to the heel now and I am producing more shanks.
    The distance to the ball at address seems to be fine.
    What could be the reason?

    Thanks,
    Knut

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    • Shawn Clement

      From Shawn Clement on Trail Hand Release

      Hi Knut! The “football drill series” and the “throwing series” are key as well as the “blur of club” and the “arc-blur unstoppable momentum series” and you want to combine this with the “goldie locks series” in regards to distance to ball. Set up to throw the club through the arc and in the direction of the IP and predict that you will strike the ball in the toe of the club if you do. Then see if you do or not. The key is to stay with the throw in that direction and see what happens to the contact AFTER THE FACT.

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    From [email protected] on BEGINNER SERIES PART 3-LISTEN TO THE MACHINE!

    Hi Shawn, I used to use WIG but decided to get lessons and didn’t make any progress . So after a few horror rounds decided to go back to WIG. Played last night and took about 15 shots off my round. One thing I struggled with was the driver , hitting all the other clubs really well . What videos would you recommend watching ? I do feel I can feel weight of the clubs better than the driver and struggle to collect at top of back swing . I was hitting big slices

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    From Craig Neuman on KINETIC CHAIN ENGAGEMENT#7- BATTERING RAM

    Hey Shawn, when I wanted to create more lag I would have the swing thought of driving the butt of the club into the back of the ball (and therefore holding off on the clubhead coming around). Is that essentially the same as what you’re referring to here? or will butt end of club into wall be more productive?

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    From Barry Bower on Throwing the Club

    Shawn have question which video talks about weight shift in feet during swing ,when throwing club I feel weight loading onto my right heel ( right handed clubs) and on the downswing I feel it shifting to my left heel is this the correct feeling in the feet. The club often hits the ground not to far from me but on line not sure the cause.

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      From Shawn Clement on Throwing the Club

      Hey Barry! See “weight shift with Savy”, “the walking drill”, “feet together back to feet apart” and “kinetic chain engagement series”

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    From Les Gross on DIAGONAL SERIES PART 4-DRIVER!

    Hi, Shawn. I’ve been making my way through your video lessons by section from the beginning and really appreciate your logical presentation and common sense approach. I learned to play 50+ years ago in a very Old School way, then stopped playing 30 years ago. I started playing again seriously last year and traded my beautiful blades for a good game improvement set. I have changed my swing dramatically since then and am continuing to implement your philosophy and techniques (a significant challenge for a former adherent to the rigidity of Old School ideas). My ball striking now results in predominantly draws, especially with my fairway woods and longer irons. I am now considering getting a set of quality blades with modern forgiveness to better allow me to fade the ball, low or high. Am I thinking straight?

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      From Shawn Clement on DIAGONAL SERIES PART 4-DRIVER!

      Sure! That is the market that has made the most improvements in my mind! I have a combo set of Apex 21-Apex pro from Callaway that are just awesome and Srixon and Mizuno and Taylor made and Ping have their own similar products. Just make sure you get out there and try them all and see which ones feels best and then fit the best shaft option to them. Places like Club Champion and True Spec are solid for this. Tell them I sent you! 😀👍

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    From Barry Bower on Fade fine tuning

    Hi Shawn when you are setting up for fade do your feet stay lined up straight to your intermediate point out front and you swing left of point for fade right for draw with open or close face depending on draw or fade ,not sure if feet alignment is same as your swing path or diff. Not clear in video to me . Thanks.

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