Ok so I have a wound on my right index finger that will not heal, It has been a bane for the last several months and I decided (all be it in a drunken stupor) to work on my right hand putt and stop throwing golf shots, the reaction from my buddies was immediate and the rally cry was for me to take up a left handed long game for the next few weeks while righty is on the mend.
Last night was the debute of Super Q (lefty) It was tough to watch. I took a few notes from the round, and some observations, first of all when I drive left handed my form is a lot more bent elbow than my normal drive. I have almost no controll on my release point, I tend to release late when I am going for big distance, I can not throw a left handed S shot.
So I am shopping for advise, I have the run up and the finish position figured out is there something that might help me put it all together? I warmed up and got rid of the height problem so I am throwing everything out instead of up, I got the swing level and the release mostly flat, I am struggeling with getting a good amount of arm and snap on the shots. I also re-tooled the bag, last night off the tee most of my drives were with INFERNO and they were trying to flex I did notice that the spirit was more consistant when I was just throwing it hyzer (but the range for that shot for now is under 220) I guess I am looking for tips on throwing the driver flat and far. I am really only doing this for 2-5 weeks and all I want to come away with at the end is an improved right handed putt ( I have that covered with practice time) and a solid 3-350 left handed hyzer, however since I am going to be playing lefty for a while I would like to get a decent straight shot and a max D shot that will work for a while.