first time video tapping swing. thoughts?
Posted 14 November 2012 - 04:27 PM
Posted 15 November 2012 - 07:32 PM
Posted 19 November 2012 - 01:59 AM
80, shoot mid 70's at home course. shot 2 over at fore_lifes course from the back tees first time I saw it. shot 89 at wolf creek 6 months ago.
typical ball flight.
lower then most, cut with driver and draw on irons
usually thin but turns out with irons. driver miss is either a push fade approaching a slice or over the top draw. either way I am in trouble.
No physical limitations at all.
Posted 20 November 2012 - 02:01 AM
Your handicap says theres not much of problem. I figured out what made it look flippy. The club position at address looks like u want to hit up at. But then it looks good when you forward press before the back swing. If anything a tad more hinge.
I did notice a couple of grip issues though. The pad of your of your left hand goes off the end of the club. If your left hand goes past those 2 little lines on the butt of the grip you might be giving up some clubhead control by not having the shaft completley in your left hand.
Now, if you decide to grip down the shaft as i would, u might have to get your clubs bent upright a half to 1 degree. Or extend your shafts 1/2 inch. Depending on your height and current shaft length, as u like a taller fellow.
Personally i would see if you could get use to your left hand more onto the shaft. More control in the end. I personally would weaken your right hand a bit. Both of these would help naturaly hinge more. Hence more lag, layed off release, more downward compression, and increased clubhead speed. Really its just a few little tweaks. Again this is all jmo.
Edited by akiracornell, 20 November 2012 - 04:30 AM.
Posted 08 December 2012 - 06:18 PM
-Your grip(looks way too strong)
-No upper body turn. Your swinging with all arms and hands.
-and the obvious, the back swing. Looks like you're taking a half shot back swing then going through the ball like a full shot.
I'm sure if you fixed the back swing you would gain yardage.
Posted 08 December 2012 - 06:49 PM
3:41 shows the position that separates amateurs from pros. Johnny Miller says every pro achieves the lag position and amateurs don't. Your shaft is pointing down at 45 degrees when the hands are in front of the rear leg. Pros will have the shaft pointing up 45 degrees.
In other words you might be casting to some extent. To verify this download V1 Home 2.0 basic swing analyzer software. (its free) I did and went frame by frame. it looks like you have the "later in the downswing" casting that Herman mentions at 4:53 in the video. Not bad just a little early. This could cause the flipping mentioned in the follow through. But that can be solved by throwing your right hand out to the second baseman after impact as well.
I would concentrate on achieving the text book lag position and watch how dramatically consistance inproves.
The following video explains it clearly.
Edited by Jon Robert, 08 December 2012 - 07:16 PM.