Process – Part 5

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Great video, Shawn. I am just now getting back to your system…. after wandering a bit with other concepts. This is truly the most system I have seen for hitting the ball well. Question: My irons and fairway woods have been spot on, but my driver seems to get this snap hook about half the time. Any suggestions, or things to watch out for? Thanks in advance.

Great advice! I’ll be working on this. Thanks, Shawn.

Where are you in relation to the “doorframe”. And what part of the doorframe are you”squeezing” the ball into?

Thanks Shawn (sorry mis-spelled) originally.
I watched videos you recommended. Quick question do you have an idea of what the minimum percent of shoulder turn is needed to be successful with this method? In your more recent videos it looks like your shoulder turn might be like 70% and your crushing the ball?

As I am trying to change from a rotational to your more gravity based…. I am still having some hip pain although I am guessing that it is because I am still just getting used to the change and likely reverting to old habits more than I think.

I have had couple good sessions where I can feel the pop/compression.


Sean i am a new member and got back into golf few years ago and nothing was working until I went to a more rotational (square to square) type swing. Then I had a bad fall and hurt my hip and while I can still stay around 10 handicap my hip hurts and really hard to play 2 days in a row. I am also 63 years old so looking for a swing that is body friendly.

Your swing looks so effortless i am hoping I can get there but transition from rotational to gravity while conceptually makes sense, really feels foreign to me. I have reviewed lots of videos and noticed that most videos where giving a lesson you really focus on the task of releasing to target and you seem to get the student to better contact yet most of their swings don’t look anything like your easy motion swing.

If I am going to go thru the struggle of swing change then I truly need to make it a body / hip friendly swing. Should I try to mimic your swing with the up and down movement….or is there multiple ways to achieve a powerful but body friendly swing? Do you have suggestions for as seniors? I haven’t found any videos specific for we seniors on the site.

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