Wondering if anyone has some tips or tricks that they do to help eliminate the reverse pivot. I know this is probably the biggest killer to my ball striking and why I just can't make the next leap in my game. I am a much better wood player and short game player than a ball striker. I know I just get away with some of these issues with the woods for no reason that I can tell. I can pretty much hit a 3/5wood falling back dam near. Irons this really shows up with inconsistentcy. Fat, thin, falling back some even on a good strike. I really feel the culprit is the target pointed spine angle when I am making my turn. Looking for any tricks or swing thought. Feeling. Exaggerated position of some part of the body. Love to hear what works for some of you guys out there. As you know sometimes no matter how many videos you watch, you just can't quite get something and it's that one feeling or trick you can groove that really makes a difference. Anyway.
(Shoot in the mid to low 80s on our three regular courses we play. Break 80 a few times here and there. Looking to make a leap.)
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