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Gregg Carr

If I set my ball position at address then do my tilt does that move the ball up in my stance

Shawn Clement

I would not try to look at it that way; stick to the task of “hammer drill” I gave you and position yourself where you would get the most compression and the desired direction beyond the door frame.

Claud Crosby

I have just started your program and wondered if you have a recommended path to follow for viewing your videos?


Charlie Davis

Instinctively, I’ve known that torquing the body to get power(distance) didn’t make sense. But I kept trying, thinking something was wrong with me.

After watching a number of your videos where you threw the golf ball right with the left hand and left with the right—getting the body out of the way so the arms could swing freely—the light went on. What a difference it makes “tossing” the club on the backswing then on the down/forward swing and naturally turning to keep he arms from hitting the rib cage n both directions. The path HAS to be straight, and the clubhead whips through the hitting area, like it’s soft butter, with so little effort and so much speed and power. THANK YOU!!!!!!

Please come to Arizona to give a clinic during your course snowbound days this winter. Your body will thank you.

Jeremy Moody

I agree with Mark. Goldilocks is a key element in refining the golf swing. Recently the driver has been hitting design draws but sometimes too far left. Ball too far forward. Ball position coming back a tad corrects and nice momentum compression with low effort. With the irons ball too far back produces fat shots- reaching back and ‘ hanging back’ or skulls. Thanks for these sessions.

Mark Cohn

I can’t tell you how important practicing with “extremes” is. Shawn, you started me on this path years ago, and it’s the single most important thing that hastens my improvement. It enhances awareness of the clubface, of the grip, setup and alignment, and swing mechanics. Every aspect of learning the golf swing can be improved upon and in a shorter period of time using “extremes” (aka “goldilocks”).

Training the brain to “predict” is one of the most underrated topics in golf in my opinion. Through this process I can now slice, push, pull, hook, top, skull, fat, thin, and, yes, even shank, a ball at will. Of course, though this process I can now make the necessary adjustments to hit the correct trajectory as well. And that’s where that flight plan is soooo important. Giving your brain the flight plan helps it to make a prediction much faster and more accurately. The brain compares the flight plan to the reality of the setup and predicts an outcome. Without the flight plan, the prediction works but not nearly as sharply and nor as immediate. But, as this lesson shows, you also have to have those other “feels” in your database to compare against. Those missed feels are so important to the process of predicting.

Thanks again, Shawn, Sav and Mu for another terrific lesson. Keep peeling that onion and talking about the things that others don’t. Cheers!

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