Student Lesson with Kevin

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Shawn, my question is this. When you told Kevin to lower his hands with his wedges, would that also apply to his mid irons and hybrids? Fairway woods? Thanks

You talk a lot about strain level when swinging. I can’t seem to get over wanting to hit the ball, what would be a good drill for this. Also being 70 years old how do you feel about a closed stance.

Shawn, I’m curious if allowing the student to alternate actually throwing a club just before hitting the ball on the course would reinforce that great free sensation one feels. I feel like trying to remember that sensation while on the course is a challenge at first and leaves me with a fuzzy (at best) image of my task.

I think I learned as much as Kevin by watching these videos. The concept that a power fade may be preferable to drawing for some players with the driver is possibly something you could discuss in your Driver series ( or did I miss it?)

I am slightly older and one year into playing golf and less have less mass than Kevin ( I am 78kg), but I have exactly the same issues as Kevin with the driver. I can shape my fairway wood well, but if I try to draw with the driver it is less than predictable. The push fade can happen without notice!

My neighbour is a club fitter so I will talk to him about extending my short irons too.

Thanks Shawn and Kevin.



This comment applies to Kevin Part 1 and ” getting Kevin lower ” . This was a very helpful reminder about need to get lower.

Practical concern however. Hitting off a mat vs. the playing field. If I put the club as low as I need to be, on the course , often , specially on less than perfect greens , which most of us I would think play on , the club has a tendency moving into the backswing from the initial address position , to get “snagged/caught/” .

And so , I have had to resort to hovering above that ideal “get lower club position” and then have to mentally remind myself to ” get low ” again when coming into impact zone .

Question : Is this the right approach ? Any thoughts on this ?

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x