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RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on PL | BRIAN HOLMES - 201707 | 09. Divots And Swing Theory // Toe-deep divots create weak fading shots. The toe-deep divot is a problem that can be fixed by bending the club, or creating a shallower swing. Dropping your right foot back promotes a shallower angle of approach, fixing the toe-deep divot.
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GRIP AND RIGHT INDEX FINGER
RESPONSE TO COMMENTS on AM | 2017.35 | 04. RE: Grip Review - 20170901 // How the right index finger and thumb stabilize the swing. The grip in the right hand creates a bridge. This bridge should remain stable through the swing. This bridge creates a consistent contact and pressure on the shaft an...
THE CAMERA ANGLE AH-HA MOMENT
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FIRE YOUR HIPS
RESPONSE TO COMMON QUESTIONS // A discussion of a popular myth about downswing rotation
A common member comment about the advice given by many instructors -- to force their left hip to rotate back and away during impact. Mike explains how this is an effect, not a cause. The real cause of "clea...