HIGH SHOTS PREMIUM DANDELION CUTS

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rrusin@charter.net

I tried this last year on the range with my wedge, lower shot to higher shot, same distance. Are you THROWING the club at the target higher and lower to get the different heights? Or is it ball placement, I was doing a lower follow through to higher follow through, that was before joining here, so is the thought THROW the club higher and lower?

Another question would be. don’t worry about positions, etc. Cut the grass in the direction you want the ball to go. So would a good practice session be like above. Go to range, start cutting “dandelions”. And adjust accordingly, amount of closed face, open face etc to get the ball flight you want for your swing and than keep doing that. Don’t worry about looking like Tiger and thinking about positions, just let the club cut the grass in the direction you want ball to start.

taylor310@gmail.com

Wow Shawn, I’ve made huge jumps in my golf game this season thanks to your methods. I started out this season before your videos shooting over 100. Then about 3/4 through the season I started breaking 100 with high 90s. This past weekend I shot a 91 and got a hole in one Saturday. Then on Sunday I played 9 and shot a 40. Does the golf season HAVE to end?!?

Tyrone Williams

For fairway shots, where is the dandelion stem; below the equator of the ball, at/above the surface of the ground…? Does it matter?

Tyrone Williams

Thanks!

scott.mclean4@gmail.com

Shawn, great video. Watched a video from you a while back. It’s where you were indoors hitting the ball and then a penny in front with the same swing to ingrain hitting toward target. Do you recall the name of that video.
Thanks

scott.mclean4@gmail.com

That’s it. Thanks a bunch. I saw a drill to stop early extension. Basically was to use a chair and keep your butt in contact with the chair from back swing to finish. However after studying your teaching this drill is probably not needed if I keep my focus on the correct target (where I wanted to send the ball). I.e. if I do that it’s impossible to early extend. Agree??

vernon.collis@gmail.com

Great video – just like my range practise – high low fade and draw – the height you throw set sets the TILT. Did I miss the flop shots?

Jeremy Moody

Hi Shawn. Nice video. Working on driver with Rob at RHGC tonight. Trying to play consistent fade. I’m struggling with impact location. Very much back 1/2 of the club face no matter whether I’m set up close to the ball or a club head off the ball at address. . T is off the left heel. I think I’m using too much effort and too much throw to the left. Thoughts? Cheers. J.

joe@joedixon.com

Shawn, I didn’t understand this video. I heard you say you planned a high shot, I saw you hit a high shot, but except for tee height with driver, I don’t understand what you are doing exactly. Less forward lean on club? Longer “grass cut”? Just ball position? Not clear to me. Thanks.

dgrobinsontpt@gmail.com

Love all the common sense “goldilocks” adjustments you go through to ensure the best chances for the shot to come off as planned. It also allows the mind and body to be less anxious about the outcome and swing “with ease” as you say. Thanks!

thomas.keuthen@mac.com

I am rather new to premium and do not understand the last new videos very well.
Could you please tell me what videos to watch as a beginner ?
Is there a series of videos for beginners or a plan what to watch first, then second and so on?
Thank you
Tom

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