Rope Drill

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Gilles Leblanc

Love it Shawn! I will incorporated that drill as of now!

I feel like I can use this drill to help improve my backswing footwork. I often find that when I pull the rope back most of my weight is on the back foot, then I have to go get the ground. I feel it should be more like it goes from the back foot to settling to the left and then increasing the pressure in the left(going to get the ground) and then throw to the target. I know not to think about this on the course, just stick with a task, but, it is obvious that I have not mastered this footwork.there was a video of Albert Bell where before he stepped into the pitch he levitated his hands and I could never understand how to do this ,but , it is because my weight is still on my back foot. I would appreciate your thoughts and a possible video update to best downswing weight shift as I think a lot of us struggle with this. Happy Fathers Day, I really appreciate all that you do and you really make a difference in many of our lives, especially in this pandemic

What is the diameter or weight of that rope?

Tristan Chung

I bought a 2 inches one and I found it’s way too heavy.

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