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Sam bailey

Hi Shawn! thank you for recommending this and the other list of videos to me after analyzing my swing! I am really grateful for your help. You and your student have such a great looking swing. I hope I will be able with time to find a swing that is as natural.

One of the skills you and Savannah are able to do pretty effortlessly now is this clock like swipe the grass or mat motion to find and maintain your center from both sides. It appears pretty foundational and seems like an excellent exercise. It was not anything I had ever considered or attempted before and I was so impressed. I tried it and I think it will take me a while to master.

Am I right in thinking this is a skill I should try to perfect first? Are your students able to pick it up very quickly generally? I feel pretty awkward attempting it but I am sure it will get better with a little time.

Shawn Clement

You bet! Very important skill to acquire to get to next level consistency in ball striking! And the great news is that 10 minutes of leggit practice per day will get you to expert level within the month!

Hi Shawn, are we supposed to combine the visualization of the arc with the feel of a task? I like to use the slashing the sword feel so would i be doing pmd with the slash feel and see the blur of the arc? And if I’m not seeing an arc in the direction I want does that mean I’m manipulating?

Savas Loukedis

How does shaft weight influence and effect The momentum. Heavier shafts create more ? What effect on “ whipping it through “ ?

When hitting the driver should I be focussing on a blade of grass at the low point of the arc where I start my swing or should it be just behind the ball as with irons?

From the players perspective, when observing the blur above the ball does it appear as if the club head is actually passing outside the ball. Almost as if you would completely miss the ball?

I notice when I hover the club and allow that club head to track its arc freely that’s how it appears to me. In reality when you put that to speed your body opening up and gravity actually pulls that into perfect impact. When I default to “hit the ball” my brain wants to pull in off that arc and slice across it. Tough to trust at first but seems to work when I can replicate that above the ball feel of the arc going “outside the ball” in an effort to deliver to target.

Although I just realized, crap, maybe I’m too close to the ball therefore still making a compensation somewhere. Assuming that blur needs to go right over the ball.

How do you determine how far out the intermediate point should be. Is it different and determined by club length, or does it not matter? It makes sense that if the intermediate point is too close or a long ways away, the blur pattern will create a different set up (Goldilocks). Please clarify 🙂

Edwin Fitzgerald

With regards to aligning my sternal notch with the bottom of the swing arch; I play right handed. On Iron shot, Hybrids, and Fairway Woods, Should I feel that my Sternal notch is aligned slightly forward of the ball. With regards to the Driver, Should I feel that my Sternal notch is aligned slightly behind the ball?

Thank you for all your instruction. Ed Fitzgerald

This is such a good explanation

Great video!

thanks Shawn,

this video, along with the prediction series (for me the balance video really helped me lock in) have really helped me hold onto the “feel” of what I’m supposed to be doing.
When I start to have issues, is when I have a hard time focusing and remembering how to “See” or “feel” the shot. Unstoppable momentum has really helped me remember how to engage. It also helps me not take too big of a backswing. A truly great analogy.

Thanks again for all you guys do!

Every time I go to a simulator now, I drop a ball 3 paces forward + 1 pace right of the tee — and use all momentum to try to aim for that target while knowing the low point of my swing. Thank you, Shawn and Sav…

Do you still turn the driver face in 45 degrees? I watched some lessons for senior golfers you taught in which you recommended turning the club face . When I do so, it seems like I have so many lines going on that it confuses my mind on how to align to the target. Do you and Saavy turn the face before gripping the club?

Neal Ward

If Shawn is still teaching the world is not coming to an end!

Thanks for the video Shawn.

I think it’s a very good addition to the previous video.

Nice work to you both.

Hello Shawn
Une question en français
Pour le draw j’ai l’impression que ton alignement est légèrement ouvert. C’est à dire que ton pied arrière ( pied droit) est un peu recul par rapport a ton pied avant ( pied gauche ).
Est un effet d’optique ou une réalité ?
Si oui pourquoi ?
English version
Hello Shawn

For the draw I have the impression that your alignment is slightly open. That is to say that your rear foot (right foot) is a little back compared to your front foot (left foot).
Is it an optical effect or a reality?
If yes, why ?

I think my membership may have expired.

Can you confirm?
Thanks Chuck Thompson

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