LEVERAGE PART 3 | G-FORCE

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Nolan Kellt

Shawn, My driver, was the last cub In my bag I chose to focus more on.
I would either hit it mid 250 or shank it. No consistent control direction. However I was getting longer even got to 275 in my quest for 300 yds.

I started from scratch with my driver and Now my driver set up and feel is similar to my irons. I can feel the weight of the unit
My consistency has gone up and I can start the ball pretty much where I want now.

I can also feel the G-Force of driver now.

However my distance is spot on 230 now rarely 250. 205 – 210 through the air. But consiteant. 8/10 I can hit now good. Will the distance come back. It try to swing harder I can’t feel the weight of the driver so I swing slower I guess.
If I hit straight and 250 that’s great, but if I can get to 300yds, that would be nice too lol.

I feel like my 4iron is more easy aggressive swing because I can feel the force more

Any suggestions?

Shawn Clement

You bet! Have you done some throwing with longer clubs yet? An old steel shafted 3 wood is great if you can find one at a garage sale or at a used sporting goods store or flea market! See the “throwing series” and see the one for the driver and combine the blur of club video to the throwing video and throw through the arc-blur over the IP into the direction you want to start the ball or use the arc blur to send the tip of tee into that direction!

Gregory Benson

Shawn, Love your instruction. I am accelerating fast in improvement. One thing that keeps happening when I am not completely focused on is I believe my right arm is chicken winging and I get this big outside in hit that goes far but pulled way to my left. I’m right handed. What’s A good trick to get that right elbow tucked.

Thanks,

Bragi Hafthorsson

Hey Shawn!

Been in a slump recently and my body is starting to ache. While surfing and looking for some answers regarding the swing I found YOU. I am intrigued, terrified and hopeful all at the same time.

After watching a couple of hours on YouTube I decided that the best thing to do was to sign up and I can already see the value in that.

However for someone like me that is trying to start this journey, do you have a roadmap? What videos would you recommend watching and learning first? I know you have a whole section on fundamentals, but where to start there?

Anyway. Off-season is starting here in Iceland so I’ll have all winter to practice. Lets get started.

Thanks

Donald Moir

Hi, Shawn,

Adventures in width and G-forces: warming up last week, using Swing Caddy, I found it easier (more consistent) to activate it at the chosen setting using the “super slow, super relaxed” backswing drill than when I switched to my regular swing motion (even with a focus on achieving similar width).

I’ve noticed a similar difference in ease of activation when I alternate between using a trigger movement (like Mu’s video re Swing Caddy) at start of the swing and regular swing. Not quite sure how to bridge / narrow that gap, other than continued practice.

Shawn Clement

Hi Donald! You are correct! Continue to monitor the ease at which you keep the flow of momentum to activate the Kinetic Chain. Some slow motion backswings that jerk the club into the downswing are mot as efficient and some swings that jerk the club into the backswing-slam on the brakes then jerk it back down are not farther ahead either. Feel existing Momentum at address coming from the follow through (as if you were in perpetual motion) and let the backswing gather up and give yourself time to engage the kinetic chain smoothly on the way through into the picture.

Lyle Goodman

Hi Shawn
I’ve been working on a braced tilt as you suggested in a video analysis. Set up strong from right into left staying braced behind the door frame throughout the swing. My understanding of this was my leverage point is the brace into the target. If the inside of the right foot is the leverage point in the backswing how can the braced tilt be maintained?

Shawn Clement

Fantastic question!!
See “the walking drill” then see “kinetic chain facilitation series” where #6 is my favourite! You can’t keep the weight against the left throughout the whole swing; but you start that way and it feels like you hold that way as you use momentum to through the club along the ground in the direction you want to start the ball. When you do the walking drill, you will see that the centre of gravity STAYS CENTRED BETWEEN THE FEET and never gets outside!

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