Process – Part 2

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Sandy Chan

Interesting to see – but can you share how much grip pressure you are applying? The notion of “use gravity” interprets (for me at least) as a loose grip to allow the forces of gravity to take place.

For chipping, I use a fairly loose grip – but for a pitch of 50-90 yards, I tend to hold it tighter. Should I also hold it loosely?

Thanks Shawn!

Shawn Clement

Depends on the shot Sandy! Chipping out of heavy rough is different than off a fluffy lie headed downhill. As for pitch, soft flop over a bunker or firm through rough or firm sand wedge landing in the middle of the green and one hop and stopping at a back pin?
for you to think about grip pressure is a mess in the making; HOWEVER, if you GOLDIE LOCKS YOUR GRIP PRESSURE to the situation, you will find clarity in your mind and eventually trust your instincts! See “goldie locks series” and apply the concept to grip pressure for those shots.

When I first subscribed to WIG, I practiced throwing carpenters hammers. I would put one in each hand and execute similarly to the golf ball in ea hand that you demonstrate throwing the one in my left hand to the tight, then swinging through and throwing the one in my right hand to the left (toward target). This helped simplify my “task” and improved my ball striking. However, it seems too symmetrical. I see your swing is slightly more inside going back and moving more outside going through. Can you clarify and include an analogy to get me to refine my task?

Hello Shawn, after watching your videos for some time the light bulb came on recently re no manipulation and allowing my arms to swing freely. This needs some practice though and I am out on the back lawn practising. When it comes to chipping though I tend to struggle with striking the ball cleanly and invariably hit the ground before the ball which I find frustrating and when the ground is hard this tendency is further compounded. Any thoughts? I may use my first video submission to you with my chip swing.

My second observation is the centre of the swing, is the sternal notch really the centre of the swing or should it be the spine where your shoulder meets your neck? It just seems more anatomically correct.

Thank you so much for your inspiring golf tuition and one of my bucket list goals is to come to Canada and have a golf lesson with you, kind regards, Eric ( Wales )

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