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    Default For a while I was battling inside take away

    and then across the line.

    I bought some new clubs the other day and I was determined to stop taking the club inside.
    I always hit these pull shots, tired of it. No matter what I do, I always end up taking the club inside
    lots of pop out.

    One day, I decided to take the club straight up and don't even bother turning my body.
    Sort of like up the wall kind of move. Surprisingly, the video still shows my body is turning.
    Totally different than what I would have imagined.




    before


    wayyyy before
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    How does it feel to have the arms joining the party with everyone else?
    "Enlisted men are stupid, but extremely cunning and sly and bear considerable watching." ~ US Army Officer's Guide, 1894

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    Hey J is that range in the city of Walnut?
    If I grip it strong and hit it long is that wrong?

    Look I will stab you, I wont kill you but I will stab you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgranato View Post
    How does it feel to have the arms joining the party with everyone else?
    Yep. My pulls also come from an upper body dominant swing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgranato View Post
    How does it feel to have the arms joining the party with everyone else?
    Feels like Fred couples

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    No airport

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    Quote Originally Posted by hp12c View Post
    Hey J is that range in the city of Walnut?
    the 3rd one yes

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    Sandy Lyle, Ray Floyd did real well inside. It's what comes after that is or isn't compatible.

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    So is this feeling of an arm swing and no forced body movement something that could really help someone with an incredibly active body turn during the backswing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twballer22 View Post
    So is this feeling of an arm swing and no forced body movement something that could really help someone with an incredibly active body turn during the backswing?
    I'm not sure, I think it's case by case.

    I was always taught to turn your shoulder first, or blend in with your arm. It's pretty hard for me. I was doing the back and forth drill the last few month and then I realize, in order to hit the ball solidly, my head is pretty still at the same place. Before I would really try to get behind the ball. I had a really flat shoulder turn.
    I probably already have so much turn in my body to begin with, so all I have to do is just to feel like I'm only going up / reach for the sky, and make sure the club don't hit the wall behind me.
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