Simply planting to the center of the tee or to the left of it and twisting hard with the hips and still staying relaxed in the beginning of the throw helps a ton
your whole body is following through way off to the right. I do this a lot on accident too. Make sure youre following through towards your target.
Man_Utenbart wrote:Thank you everyone for the input! Now that I know what my main problem is, I'm really looking forward to go out on the practise field trying to correct it.
A few more questions though:Simply planting to the center of the tee or to the left of it and twisting hard with the hips and still staying relaxed in the beginning of the throw helps a ton
1. I have a hard time feeling my hips leading the toso. Will planting my last step further to the middle of the tee help with this? Would a delay of my torso waiting for the hips turning them also help?your whole body is following through way off to the right. I do this a lot on accident too. Make sure youre following through towards your target.
2. How do I correct this? Leaning more to the left?
3. I'm a flexy guy, specially in my upper body. I can twist my waist so much that my chest is in line with my butt. Could this be a problem? Where in the throw should I use my upper body muscles the most? Often my body feels like a cold spaghetti using no mucles at all, but with a flat throw I'm tossing my drivers out to about 100 meters. And that's only 10-15 meters longer than my putters (!).
Thank's again, it's really nice of you guys trying to help me out
Man_Utenbart wrote:Cool! Now I have some new things to try out for the next month or so
I tried whipping my hips open yesterday, but even if they are almost max open, my torso and shoulder don't follow the hips. I have understand that the legs turn the hip, the hip turns the torso, the torso turns the shoulders etc. But in my case it's: The legs turn the hips, the hips ---> turns nothing..
I guess it's all about practising, but I have to say I'm getting really bored trying this out for the last two years with no brake through at all.
I'm really glad for all the help you guys on this site are giving me. Checking DGR out as often as I can!
okay...you *can* twist your hips without your torso, you have to lock your hips to your torso so when you close your hips (pivot to your left) your upper body faces the left). When you pivot right, your upper body follows. If your arms are by your sides, they should flap if you twist your hips fast.
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