Enjoyable session with sandy.
Last photo at impact showing the back of the left thigh & calf. Great work by sandy getting the feeling of rotation and hitting baby draws for fun.
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Suggestions that Woodland's last, 30-foot birdie putt was poor sportsmanship? Bruh, I don't care if bkoepka is already in the clubhousewhen you've got a two stroke lead on him, you don't ease up.
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Made it to Broken Arrow, OK. Got a couple of hours of practice in before we had to run home to watch the U.S. Open! Congrats to gary.woodland on some seriously solid play and emotional control. I’ll be channeling some of that badass attitude in my play this week! First round Wednesday!
One of the biggest faults related to iron play and driving is the disconnection between the lead arm and the body. The club head arcs inside too quickly on the backswing and the butt of the club moves out towards the ball. This fault results in an over the top swing path and is a huge contributor towards distance. To master the takeaway and eradicate this fault, place a cane running alongside the golf club, the club and the cane remain on the same line all the way through the swing. Two key tips to remember is the shaft of the club should match our feet line and the club face should match our spine angle. Work on this simple move and your takeaway will improve and the overall shape of the swing.