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Derek Walker

Hey coach! Is it the camera angle or are both Sav and Mu lining up the ball well within their lead foot? I tried this and couldn’t hit up on the ball enough and the ball is dying in the air

Noah Roet

Can’t tell you how important this was for me. Because of the forward ball position and “want” to really hit the driver hard, my head would turn instantly on the downswing causing my body to stop and a horrible smother hook to occur. Once I held my tilted/turned head in place, the ball went where I wanted it and my distance increased dramatically. My mates were always 30m (33 yards) further than me (for 20 years!), now I am 5m further than them! Thanks Shawn!!

Shawn Clement

Man, that is satisfying! 😀👍💪

Phuong D

Hey Shawn,

I have two questions if that’s okay. The first question is that I have noticed that when I’m doing perpetual motion, I’m not getting a consistent low point because I feel like I’m standing up and not holding my dynamic sandbag tossing posture. I’m completely aware of this but when I try to go back into posture during the PPM it feels like I’m putting in a lot of effort when it should be effortless and the whole machine completely breaks down. Any suggestions or thoughts on how I can fix this?

The other question sort of relates to this video as well. I have noticed that I also tilt too much when I’m setting up and when I’m in the process of swinging and it typically results in digging at the ground before the ball or a slice or I skull it. This is especially prevalent if I’m going from driver to irons as I could predict, since you need more tilt for drivers. After a few shots I can kind of figure it out and decrease the tilt but do you have any recommendations for how to sort of feel for the proper tilt earlier?


Phuong D

Thanks Shawn! I will check those out!

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