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amarjot Bedi

Hey Shawn, The one legged drill am not sure where I am going wrong. After doing the feet together which was sublime, I switched to this, few good shots with a 6 iron, and then I just shanked , dead right into the range fence. Usually with playing the “clement” swing, i can figure it out but this seems to have gotten away.

Shawn Clement

Some don’t do well with the one leg; when doing feet together, pay attention to the rotation of the left leg; how it stays together with the right when the knees don’t split apart. The left femur and knee should work EXACTLY the same way on one leg. But if you do well with feet together, you have what you need to continue to evolve nicely with your golf; one leg would simply be a bonus and don’t fret if it’s mot for you! 😀👍

Andy Bryan

I may be crazy, but I just observed a distinct similarity between the one leg drill and the diagonal stance. Both seem to allow one more ease in allowing the arms full access to the backswing.

Shawn Clement

Happy! You are absolutely spot on!! That is very much part of the same family and the next one will be a one leg-feet together-diagonal stance hybrid! 😀👍

Benjamin Brooks

Thanks for all you do Shawn! I have a question: When I am doing this drill, should I be aware at all of the club face on the way back? What I mean is..are you taking the club back while keeping the face square to the ball or just getting the club square at address then simply heaving back?

Shawn Clement

Very important question!! Please pay no mind to the club face during the swing; you are using the weight of the arms and club to CUT THROUGH the stem of the dandelion ALONG THE GROUND towards the landing spot. When the body moves out of the way, the arms don’t need to collapse and fold because there is no longer an obstruction there for them to collapse into. So the end result is an unchanged club face.

Edmund Butler

Hi Shawn – just one more question. When I stopped referring to your videos my big mistake) and as I have aged (71, but still a high 90s average swing speed) I now notice I have very little “swivel” of the lower body. Besides feet together, one leg, and walking/throwing, are there any videos that hit this head on and get me back on track? Thank you

Shawn Clement

Check out the “senior series” and the backswing portion of “lead hand release” videos and see also the “backswing series” and “backswing levitation” videos

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