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amarjot Bedi

excellent video, loved the interview and the insights.

Quazi Johir

Hey Shawn, do you not recommend aligning your shoulders to the slope when playing hilly shots?

Scott Bie

Probably just something I need to get over with practice, but, whenever I grip the club with an open face for a fade, the club feels “wrong” or out of balance. With a square or slightly closed face, the club balance feels fine. I use open face shots around the green without a problem. But, a full swing shot with an open face for a fade makes the club feel unbalanced and like my grip is on wrong (which I don’t think it is). Anyone else get this, and, what was the remedy for you?

Purposeful and controlled fades would be great, so, want to get over this unbalanced club feeling.

Shawn Clement

Hey Scott! I would go ahead and set up for the fade with a square face; for most, there is no need to open the face for the fade; the simple flight plan in mind with an alignment to the left of the target with a slightly forward ball position is plenty. Let me know!

Arthur Carvajal

I just came back from the driving range. I was practicing the unstoppable momentum by putting that slight pause at the top of the backswing. It really helped in starting to ingrain in me the letting the “weight of the club arm unit” start the downswing. A great swing thought. As an added bonus I saw the drill on the “Braced Tilt “. HOLY CRAP Shawn, I was making shots that I could hear that “Sound” of perfect contact. Now not 100% but enough to make me use it for a while on the course. I know you recommended using it for a short period. But My God it was a fantastic feeling.

Shawn Clement

Bliss on a stick! 👍😀💪👌

Arthur Carvajal

My questions to you are as I have been watching the videos and your setup for a draw and fade has me a bit confused. Sometimes it seems that your alignment is parallel to your target and you are opening or closing the clubface for the fade or draw. Then sometimes it looks like your alignment is open for a fade and closed for the draw. Then on a couple of videos, it looks like your alignment is parallel to the target with an open face for the fade. and closed stance for a draw. Is it situational, or is it just the camera angle? And you are always parallel to target and the clubface is the only thing you have changed? Hope these questions make sense.

Arthur Carvajal

Just finished Wisdom1.0. I so wish I had found you a few years ago. I am working diligently to change from ball-oriented to target-oriented. I have seen (when I do it correctly)amazing shots. I am hoping that your philosophy will help me ( I am sure that it will) shoot in the ’70s more consistently. Right now I shoot in the ’70s just often enough ( as I like to say ) to screw up my handicap and make me look (on paper) better than I am. A work in progress. But thanks for your insights.

Shawn Clement

Right on Arthur!
next, for a player of your caliber, you want to see “the throwing series”, the “arc-blur” and “unstoppable momentum” videos, the “target confirmation series” and the “pre-motor cortex series”

M. Moellen

Hello Shawn, loved watching Wisdom 1.0 and the step by step introduction. Now wisdom 2.0 and 3.0 are sorted in the categories, so it’s difficult to find the further wisdom 2.0 and 3.0 content out of this and get a step by step introduction. Do you have a sorted list of this wisdom 2.0 and 3.0 videos for premium members to find and watch them in the right order?

Shawn Clement

The evolutionary order is in the “list of videos by date” from the bottom up; but through a few updates we noticed through the last couple years that the order did get messed up a bit without us knowing. HOWEVER, we have an amazing solution coming that will blow everyone’s socks off and there will be an official announcement in the next 2 weeks that will make things super fast to find and super organised.
stay tuned!!

M. Moellen

Great! I stay tuned!

Christian Prior

Shawn, your comments about finding a good teacher ring so true. My teacher that I had before lockdown insists on everyone always trying to play a draw and the way he gets you there is to look on trackman, show you that your path needs to be more to the right and then gets you to shorten your backswing and then manipulate your swing plane (using the Jim Furyk drill) so that you are artificially shallowing the club. He’s done this with me and I’ve overheard him doing this with many other students when practising on the range. I guess it does eliminate a slice…

I went to see him today because I had one more lesson in my pack and I was curious to see what he would say about my swing now I’ve been practising your stuff for a few range sessions. His Trackman said my 7 iron had a club head speed of between 91- 93 mph (!) and I was playing a nice fade (intentionally). He immediately said, let’s get you playing a draw and had me doing the same shallowing drills as I’d done before. Sure I was playing a draw pretty quickly, but my club head was down to 79-81 mph and I was often hitting the ground before the ball. He was really happy with the results 😂 – I kinda knew this would happen but wanted to go find out.
I was wondering, do you know any teachers in London (UK) or near to London that you would recommend/endorse?

Shawn Clement

Hi Christian! Near London no but I do have one a couple hours south; would need to get his coordinates out; we were posting our teachers in the description of our videos last year and it was taking up some room and I need to get them all up on the website soon;
Your teaching pro story sounds all too familiar…😝

Christian Prior

I’d be very interested in seeing the pro a couple of hours south of London. Could you send me his details? I can send you a direct email about this if it’s easier.

Andy Sillars

What a revelation this Wisdom 1.0 series has been. I’m in my mid thirties and have played golf for a number of years getting to a 12 handicap. I’ve always felt Ive had the athletic ability to hit a ball far and well however it just never happened and have always been on the shorter side of shots against my peers.

After just 2 short sessions at the practice range following a couple of swing thoughts in this course I am seeing a ball flight that I have never had before.. and in a good way. More accurate, consistent and penetrating compared to my usual hopeful, inconsistent, and floaty fades.

Thanks a million. Now to remember to throw the club at a target on the course, and not look to hit the ball.

Shawn Clement

Awesome feedback there Andy, So glad you are enjoying the content! And this is just the beginning! 👍😀

peter.boehm01@gmail.com

That‘s a lot of wisdom. Love the interview at the end. I started late with golf – 7 years ago at the age of 44. Wasted a few years in the maze of Golf teaching – used up a few teachers (approx. 15) – some properly don‘t sleep well because of me – but found now my swing and can‘t wait to ingrain these new feelings after this @%€§ virus let us play golf again in Austria.

sam.ottawa@gmail.com

Hi Shawn, I would love to know what it was like when realized that your own swing had evolved to be totally automatic (in terms of being a WOG swing). It sounds corny but I need the inspiration. In my head, I know golf is not a game of perfect, but I hope to get to a point where I am like “wow, I can’t believe how much easier this game is now”.

Thanks for your help.

harding.leef@yahoo.com

Shawn – Thank you. I have recently returned to golf after really giving up for the last 10 years. I’m so glad that one of the first things I have done upon my ‘return’ is to have found your teachings. It makes such a huge difference actually understanding what the heck is going on! I’m really left wondering what on earth all these ‘traditional’ teachers are doing, and am a bit mad at myself for listening to all that nonsense before, to the extent that I felt like I would never be able to succeed at even getting a moderate amount of consistency in my game. It’s just such a wonderful feeling to enjoy striking the ball through the ‘wisdom’, and I can’t wait to do that every opportunity I have now. You have restored my faith in myself and my love of the game. I can’t get enough of the video content, and I definitely want to find a way of coming up to Canada to learn from you in person. Thanks again!

Brandogill2000@gmail.com

Awesome interview! Thanks for sharing your wisdom!

cgrumbling@tampabay.rr.com

Just finished Wisdom 1.0, where do you suggest going next?

cgrumbling@tampabay.rr.com

I live in Florida, I play average 2 days a week Walking 9holes, and riding 9holes. I have real feel golf mat in garage, don’t hit many balls on it due space limitations, but I’m able to do feet together as well as all the other drills. I am getting ready to start Golfweek Am Tour for my third season in a couple of weeks, I’m currently a 10.3 handicap. really liked Wisdom 1.0 will be revisiting that series a lot Great stuff! Looking forward to seeing you at Melbourne, Florida in January!

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