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    Can we get a shot front on please.

    Let's see those angles coming down

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    Quote Originally Posted by virge666 View Post
    Can we get a shot front on please.Let's see those angles coming down
    I haven稚 been videoing front view but I値l get one next time I hit the range.

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    Most excellent

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    Front view 5 iron

    https://youtu.be/7U1jcaRRK28

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    Ok, talk me through it, I have my opinion, what you thinking??

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    I値l give you my opinion... you池e a flusher!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Does anyone else痴 go straight to Mr Bean afterwards?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3oneday View Post
    Does anyone else’s go straight to Mr Bean afterwards?
    Mine went to Australia's Got Talent.



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    OK - couple of notes.

    1. At the top clubface pointed to the sky - so very closed... wrist not bowed, so that is a big issue
    2. you sway way too much off the ball on the backswing.
    3. your body is too quick on the downswing which means you have to drive the legs a lot to counterbalance,
    4. your right foot has way too much weight on the outside of the foot.
    5. too much angle in the right side on the way down.

    so

    Setup looks too level to me, need some angle in the right side at setup.
    the takeaway is too much along the target line instead on being on plane which pulls you off the ball.
    way too inside on the backswing which closes the clubface
    the only way to square it up on the down swing is to rotate like a bastard on the way down and slide into impact - which you do well.


    this frame shows how STUCK you are on the downswing, The legs are so far forward, they should be pushing against the ground and allowing your right side to get out of the way


    Capture.jpg


    You are just too steep and too closed for any consistency. The club has to come down to the slot and then around into impact. You are just coming straight down and keeping the clubface open with a massive body slide.

    My 2 cents.
    Last edited by virge666; 7th August 2018 at 08:09 AM.

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    Virge,Agree with: sway off the ball, too steep and stuck.Not worried about shut face. This is my old swing (well the swing I want to change) pattern.FWIW, I was aiming at a tree 185m out and hit it on the full half a dozen times with what felt like an easy swing. Nice gentle draws. BUT I know with this pattern that draw will quickly become a duck hook on the course.Gotta get the backswing right first. Losing my spine extension and moving off the ball too much.I知 seeing Richard Woodhouse next week so I値l put some videos up afterwards.
    Quote Originally Posted by virge666 View Post
    OK - couple of notes.1. At the top clubface pointed to the sky - so very closed... wrist not bowed, so that is a big issue2. you sway way too much off the ball on the backswing.3. your body is too quick on the downswing which means you have to drive the legs a lot to counterbalance,4. your right foot has way too much weight on the outside of the foot.5. too much angle in the right side on the way down.soSetup looks too level to me, need some angle in the right side at setup.the takeaway is too much along the target line instead on being on plane which pulls you off the ball.way too inside on the backswing which closes the clubfacethe only way to square it up on the down swing is to rotate like a bastard on the way down and slide into impact - which you do well.this frame shows how STUCK you are on the downswing, The legs are so far forward, they should be pushing against the ground and allowing your right side to get out of the way Attachment 48225You are just too steep and too closed for any consistency. The club has to come down to the slot and then around into impact. You are just coming straight down and keeping the clubface open with a massive body slide.My 2 cents.

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    good stuff mate.

    looking forward to seeing the new bits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by virge666 View Post
    good stuff mate.looking forward to seeing the new bits.
    Really looking forward to going up there and picking Richards brain for two days. Lincoln Tighe rates him very highly and he痴 worked with most of the top coaches in Australia.

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    Just finished having lessons with Richard Woodhouse.

    Points from the lesson.

    Full swing

    Set up
    - scaps too far forward. Scaps back a bit.
    - introduce slight spine tilt to the right

    Backswing
    - hips sliding instead of rotating so arms are going up and getting disconnected as I run out of thoracic rotation
    - feeling of right hip going back and feeling a stretch in my right glute at the top.
    - arms naturally stay more connected as I知 turning more

    Downswing
    - this sorted itself out with the improved backswing position
    - did some drills to move the hips a bit more dynamically

    Overall great experience. Used Gravityfit TPro a lot for posture and backswing work. Went on k vest for some downswing stuff. Trackman and camera from 3 angles.

    We also did some work on chipping and pitching. I知 a handle pusher so the emphasis was on releasing the club more and using the bounce more. Finishing with butt end of my club close to the left hip pocket instead of high and away from me.

    I壇 recommend Richard to anyone who wants to really work on his swing. I知 not after a pretty swing. I want to be able to stand on the tee with OB left and water right that I値l be able to keep it out of trouble 9 out of 10 times. I want to be able to aim at the fairway instead of aiming away from trouble. I think these changes will help me achieve that but we値l see.

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    Chipping with 54 deg

    Last edited by Jono; 19th August 2018 at 01:40 PM.

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    Looks like a great little lesson mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheNuclearOne View Post
    Looks like a great little lesson mate.
    Yeah, it was really good but not little. 😉

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    Quote Originally Posted by virge666 View Post
    this frame shows how STUCK you are on the downswing, The legs are so far forward, they should be pushing against the ground and allowing your right side to get out of the way Attachment 48225
    Different angle but I知 less stuck now.
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    Very nice!!!
    If it aint for sale the right price has just not been offered





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    Here’s video of a swing with k vest after we worked on some dynamic drills for the lower body during the downswing.

    Most of the downswing faults corrected themselves after set up posture and backswing work. Left foot is still flying around a bit but Richard didn’t seem to mind this too much. Working on left hip mobility hopefully will help.

    Last edited by Jono; 19th August 2018 at 01:38 PM.

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    Last edited by Jono; 19th August 2018 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucasto23 View Post
    Very nice!!!
    Thanks mate! 😊

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    Looking good Big Jono, plenty of power in that move
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarro View Post
    Looking good Big Jono, plenty of power in that move
    Thanks Jarro! 😊

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    Last video from the lesson.

    This was the first day when we worked on posture and backswing.

    TPro for posture and scap stability and right foot back for more hip turn.

    Last edited by Jono; 19th August 2018 at 01:36 PM.

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    Chalk and cheese, so much better in so many ways.

    You have space to rotate on the downswing.

    Excellent work, just excellent.


 

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