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Thank you for these videos….I was wondering how specific/general we should be about targets and direction. I recall you used to look at clouds or tree lines to add height for creating your shot picture. That is a distant target but you use an intermediate target for direction to get you started.
I find it easier to pick a specific target in the distance like the top of a tree or a building feature like a window for my direction during the swing. I use the intermediate target to get set up and test if my blur is going in the right direction then focus on the distant object as I perform my task. So can you help clarify how you do direction whether it is better to use distant specific targets or nearby intermediate to give you start direction? Thanks again for this series. Tom


Thanks Shawn -I’ll keep using that preshot process…the last part for me is keeping my mind on the target…not the ball! Right now the only other thing I am trying to feel as part of my preshot is that there is enough room for my right arm to fall under me. I am using the garage door feel to keep my hands from wandering too far around me and the football drill to get clearance. I kind of go through a checklist then if I feel comfortable that those are good, it gives me a better chance to swing with less strain. Keep up the good work enjoying the journey with you.

Shawn Clement

Brilliant! That is how you want to piece it together!

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