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Greg Harvey

Hi Shawn and Sav, I joined about a month ago. I am a 13 hc and am 72 years old. I’m trying to gain distance and consistency (like everyone else.lol). I have watched this video a few times. what I like is how the axe drill helps in weight shift, especially in the back swing; getting to a full bs position; using the legs in the entire swing (as we get older, we tend to forget about the legs); and getting the arms in a perfect position at the top.
My question is, you talk to Sav about angle of attack in terms of degrees. What is the the angle you are trying to achieve, and how do you get there? I believe you talked to her about focusing on the target, throwing the clippings at the target, rather than focusing on the ball.
Thanks for your unique insights into the game and swing. Once the snow melts, I’ll send you a video of my swing. Looking forward to a great year on the links!

Shawn Clement

Hi Greg! Glad you are enjoying your experience! Yes, if you look at the “throwing series” and you realize that when you throw the club in the direction you want to start the ball, the tilt in the structure accommodates the lag in the “loaded arm club unit” (see “grip and arm swing”) and the lag ensures the downward angle of attack on the irons and fairway woods. The length of the shaft ensures the proper amount of angle of attack. Wedges are 5 degrees down, 7 iron is 2 to 4 degrees down depending on the shot, mid and long irons are 0 to 2 degrees down and hybrids and fairway woods are +2 to -1 degrees down.
our latest 2 pendulums of the human machine series (first one posted last week) will be awesome for you to sink your teeth into!

Mitchell McIntyre

Hi Shawn, I joined up yesterday. I just wanted to say how impressed I am with your teaching and your concepts… not to mention yours and Savy’s swings! My fiancé just started golfing a couple of weeks ago, and we are both going to go all-in on your material to start her off on the best possible path. Savy has inspired her greatly :).

I’m currently about a 13 handicap… keen to go low with your guidance! Will be in touch soon for some 1 on 1 lessons and video analysis for both of us.

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