Help, no laughing - stop casting drills
Lots of posts previously on casting etc but any help appreciated on me stopping casting. Guess my lack of hip action would help with this and if I managed to turn my hips through to the target line before impact this would help ? add any comments to the post or video below. Drills helpfully appreciated.
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 14:08
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 14:18
You are not casting, Darren, swing is nice and smooth but unfortunately you are swinging on an incorrect path. You know how to do it as I have already demonstrated to you.
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 15:18
Hey, is that Phil in the background? He's got a good swing...
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 15:45
Very funny Tim, he's standing still. Wouldn't let me upload his!
At Morley Hayes driving range tonight if you fancy it with the slow mo camera again
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 16:17
What time you going over to Morley Daz?
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 16:21
Ged, cheers for the prompt. I have 20+ PMs sat unread, for some reason not had alerts/notifications !! reading now.
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 17:38
Colin, was a 7 iron, stance maybe to wide. I'm a usual slicer/puller of the ball with out to in swing path. John's tweaks in the past have helped with a nice draw, just can't remember what he told more/didn't practice
Reply : Wed 26th May 2010 17:41
Colin, a full shoulder turn is wasted if one turns the hips as well, because the hips should be restrained so that there is a feelable resistance when at the top of the swing. It is this that produces the power.