Craig Smolin wrote: You've played with Cuts and Stevie enough to know how they really drive their hips through the "hit." It looks like you don't really do that.
As an aside ... Sean has in turn played enough rounds with me to (I hope) acknowledge the fact that I use the X-step, get my hips and shoulders turned away from the fairway, and along with a long reach back, get solid 350-370' golf distance. I really should get a video up here ...
Craig Smolin wrote:Tyrant ... I must say ... you've nailed me down perfectly ... you are you?
Craig Smolin wrote:excuse me ... WHO are you???
black udder wrote:The x-step isn't bad, but you're not using your lower body. Basically, doing the same thing as your normal drive, but doing an x-step. You need to pivot the hips closed and then force them open and have that be the start of your throw, not the pulling of your arm when you throw.You're a little upright at the hit and not accelerating late. You do have a good foot pivot though..
TheTyrant wrote:Healy- is Stevie still giving lessons? You have a pretty good resource at your disposal. I'd gladly pay for a group lesson if we can make it worth his while and while he's not on tour. To keep from totally poaching your attempt at improving with this thread, I will echo what black udder said about working on accelerating later in your pull. Consider using a towel and focusing on the late acceleration while warming up. Then, take it to the field. It's helped me.
MIdiscgolfer wrote:Craig Smolin wrote:excuse me ... WHO are you???
He is Leto Atreides II
God Emperor of Dune
I thought it was obvious
Craig Smolin wrote:that's what I'm here for biatch!!!
seriously, what else did you expect???
OK, ok, seriously ... work on turning your hips away from the target, and the rest should follow.
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