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Wedge 6/6/14: http://youtu.be/FbsgqzBxMFA

I've been having problems with a double miss lately, and it's starting to spook me on the tee. One is a block slice that puts me on another hole's fairway. The other miss is a pull hook that does the same on the left side. I don't understand how this is possible.
The starting point for each miss is so diferent it doesn't seem like they come from the same swing.
Do you guys have any thoughts?
Thanks for your help,
Bryan.

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I guess my first question is, how do you swing your driver? Based on the knock down swing you showed me I can't tell what the issue is with your driver and a two way miss.

I can tell you that you need to get the lower body involved sooner in that video you posted. It will allow for proper release through the ball with less effort
 

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Hi Freddie,

Sorry about that. I'm going to get out to the range this afternoon. I'll get some video of a driver swing, and post it tonight or tomorrow.
Your observation about getting my lower body involved sooner makes a lot of sense. I was trying to stay down in the shot longer by swinging from my shoulders more, but I guess I'm over doing that.
Thanks for your help!
 

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Hello all,

Sorry for the confusion with the knockdown wedge video. Here's a video of a driver swing from yesterday afternoon. It was raining, so the light was dim. I hope there is enough information to analyze the swing. If not, I'll take another video in the next week.
My swing thought was starting the downswing by straightening the left leg, and allowing the hands to unhinge as I release the club. I was trying to avoid flipping/turning my hands over.
Thanks again for your help,
Bryan

[video=youtube;p-NslbewvtM]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-NslbewvtM[/video]
 

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