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Art Giacalone

Shawn, I love how you’ve incorporated the music into the slow-mo; it’s just fabulous. You’re always a few steps ahead! My right brain was just lighting up!

Art G

Hi Shawn, this is just what I need, very helpful. Played today and my chipping was much improved. For the lob shot is it still the case that you let momentum release your hands? It looks slightly different. Also is there a video that explains all about intermediate points?


I am 80yo and have played golf for many years [sporadically these days.] However, I have a torn and detached rotator-cuff which limits my backswing. [Surgery is not possible according to two Orthopedic surgeons.] I have modified my swing to counteract this physical limitation. I enjoy your videos very much but I am not capable of replicating the full swing you recommend so distance is a major problem. Now I am in pretty good health and I recognize body changes that are natural. I would appreciate any suggestions helping me improve both swing and distance.

Really enjoyed the outro electronic bagpipes at the end.

I will be with my family this weekend for a family gathering. I will have my granddaughter, a professional photographer, make a video of my swing. Will send a copy when finished.

Thanks for your prompt reply.


I have tried to post the video several different ways, but had no luck copying and pasting. I could add it as an attachment to an e-mail, but I need to know what it is. Thanks!

Shawn, very new premium member and love all your videos and your explanations. I lost my left eye (I am right handed and right eye dominant) in a golfing accident (my own ball came back off a tree when I hit a driver off the deck trying to scoot the ball around it (I was very close to the tree). My depth perception has never recovered back to normal so I am always trying to find where to look with my good eye on various shots. On your greens side bunker shots, where do you focus? Lastly, I would encourage you to also incorporate some camera views from the bill of your cap so that we can see how much you are closing or opening the club at set up. Thank you!!

Very helpful as always Shawn.
However on some occasions when I open the face I get an unmentionable. Can you say what I need to focus on more to avoid this most frustrating of outcomes please? Or refer me to another video. Thanks again. Regards. Ian

Gordon Thomas

Shawn the ball position in the bunker and for the flop looks on your front instep. Is that correct?

Same position for chips?



Philip Graves

Any advice for bunkers that have almost no sand? One of my home courses has horrible bunkers and it’s really easy to bounce the club into the ball and skull it.

So as far as technique the bunker shot around the green and the flop shot around the green are the exact same?

Is flipping the wrists on sand shots considered a manipulation? Making the ball the target isn’t just what people do on full swings. It’s even easier to do it on putting and chipping.

It needs to be spraying sand but sometimes my mind loses focus. I start thinking about mechanics and club placement.

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