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Scott Rushing
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Agree Don.  There are more

Agree Don.  There are more and more technologies out there and coming out, that help us "see" what we're doing in our swings.  But understanding how to take that data and then make the proper swing corrections along with the practice drills to go with that - that's how you benefit.  i've tried a couple swing analyzer tools and they're cool, give me good data back...but just off that I don't make better swings.   My poor execution is still there until I learn how to correct it.

 

 

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Good range session todya.

Good range session todya..brief as it was.  Playing Friday..so again hope to see if my swing changes have any decernable positive effect.  I feel like I hit the ball more solidly...but I need to do it consistently...

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Don, have you worked with the

Don, have you worked with the Swing Oil any more?  Curious....

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I've only used the Swing Oil

I've only used the Swing Oil before TWO range sessions, and both times I had the highest swing speeds that I have recorded with my irons and my woods. I can not say for a fact that it was due to the Swing Oil, but it looks like it was at least partly the cause. One other thing I noticed is that After the range sessions, I did NOT feel any stiffness or pain in my body. NO stiff joints or back soreness of any kind, which is something I normally have after a range sessoin after a long lay off. Not sure ho I could prove it was due to the Swing Oil other that going back out to the range to see if my swing speeds go down again and see if I'm sore afterwards. 

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Aimee
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Went to the range on Wed. since it was sunny and low 70's, perfect weather (working from home, took a mid afternoon break). My instructor did watch for a few swings and said my setup looked better. I have to remember to let the shoulder turn, THEN let the wrist break on the backswing so I release the club properly. Was holding it too stiff. Have to get the tension out. Hit some good iron shots, so at least I erased the bad swings from the wet/muddy conditions last weekend. This weekend will be perfect.

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Scott Rushing
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Aimee, reading your post

Aimee, reading your post makes me think of my range session yesterday.  Working on the mechanics like you..turn, wrist cock, no sway...

I hit a small bucket trying to work on my grip (learned I have always had a weak grip) and my takeaway and the top of the backswing, and then the start of the downswing.  hit some good shots but some thin where I didn't get down to the ball or I swayed forward.   Will keep working on it...

"fixing" my grip I see if having me hit more draws..so I may have to work on not fixing it quite so much.  But I liked the ball trajectory when everything happened right...just didn't happen enough times.   

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