FLOW STATE PART 6- HYBRIDS AND FAIRWAY WOODS

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hungyensung@gmail.com

Hi, I noticed your ball position for hybrid and fairway woods are almost the same as 7 irons. Thought it is supposed to be closer to the front foot?

Shawn Clement

Correct; sometimes the camera angle can fool you; the irons are the same but the hybrids and woods have a different centre of mass and shallower face and need to be more forward. See “The goldie locks series”; and “predict contact” as ball position is part of the BIG 4 predictions to secure before you move onto your delivery to target!

Jeremy Moody

Shawn, in the down the line view it looks like your stance is slightly closed. This was the draw setup. I try to align straight but aim right with ball slightly back for draw and align left to hit left with ball slightly forward for fade. I will review stances but have you revised what is optimal alignment for Fade/ Draw? Merry Christmas btw to you and the family.

gphewitt6@bigpond.com

great slow motion shots very helpful to see position at impact and motion of swing

Kmax05@aol.com

Really important to have slow motion portions in 2 views in your videos and closeups when applicable. Also includes Savannah videos while you explain. Thanks

Michael Vinton

Hi Shawn: great video. Watching your swing in slow motion is impressive. I’ve tried being deliberate about hesitating at the top but it gives me the sense of being out of balance. Did you say that you were going to be doing a session on incorporating this into our swing? Any quick ideas?

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