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mark sobel

shawn, is there a lot separation between ur upper and lower bod?
myself I have very little I found the more separation I have. it hurts my back.
lastly how do u keep club low to ground for those distance.it seems impossible to do because u can t increase arc radius once everything is stretched out
thx, mark

Shawn Clement

Hey Mark! We have a saying that you never want to do anything with strain; the separation between upper and lower body I have never paid attention to; it is something that just happens when you are focused on the proper task which would engage your human kinetic chain which is a built in self preservation system. My favourite series for this is the “kinetic chain facilitation and engagement series” this series will also address the low to ground question too! 👍😀

James Cooper

Hey Shawn,
With this driver setup for accuracy and the ball teed lower, you’re saying the swing path should be more sweeping like a fairway wood or hybrid with a light tap on the ground at the bottom of the arc? Thx

Shawn Clement

Correct! 👍😀

Will Spitzenberg

What about club face? More open or close?

flimflamflanders@gmail.com

Using this technique, would I also be thinking of throwing the club more like a mid-long iron, i.e. football throw, versus the javelin throw normally used with driver?

Shawn Clement

Still want the wide one with the hammer throw-skip the stone task.

flimflamflanders@gmail.com

Thanks for your reply Shawn, I love your kinetic chain approach to the golf swing, you’ve helped me improve my swing quite a bit in the two years that I’ve been watching your videos. Generally, I’ve always had more reliable drives teeing the ball lower and tend to use that method unless I have a significant following wind. Teeing the ball up, foo often I block it out right with it fading even farther right. I think maybe I over swing. lose focus, layoff with my hands…something bad. I’m just an aging, senior, bogey golfer struggling to hit drives longer than 230 yards anymore. But I still love trying. Thanks.

flimflamflanders@gmail.com

Yes, I have watched it, but have not yet tried using the kettle bells; but I will. Thanks for the suggestion.

Jeffrey Moss

You have been mentioning a lower teed ball, do you mean that for all shots or just windy condition shots. I missed a video that addresses this.

Jeffrey Moss

Thanks for the reply. I have always had trouble with hitting up, with 1 instructor suggesting ball 3/4 above clubhead and ball positioned at left toe or even more forward. This looks like an easier swing thought to master, plus this suggestion will help with driver off the deck shots not being so very different. Thanks!

BTW, pls tell Sav and Mu that I so admire their swings, graceful yet powerful! Being 69 I wish I could swing like them. I will keep watching videos and hoping!

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