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Shawn Kitchen
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PostPosted: Sun 22:11, 12 Dec 2010 Back to top

Dariusz, I had talked in another post about "dipping" lowering in the BS and the DS. Video from DTL and Back view show me rising out of my posture initally about 2" where that will stabilize and actually come down to just above my address position, mind you this is inside on carpet. (my house) (aware to not hit carpet, I am guessing. I don't take too much turf playing, especially 5iron up) tried gripping down on the club and letting it hover and then trying to skim carpet. Camera is very old and we'll be looking to get a good one in the future. I am still trying to get the left hip (I swing right handed) to keep the line on the DS and impact, I back up to the couch in the living room and use that to brush up against, touch w/right but still losing it with left. Is this a product of the lifting out of my posture? I know I am losing spine angle on the DS, I am 5'9" 175lbs and was casting the club previously, I was strong enough to make it work, but want to move up in ability, not get complacent. Thanks Shawn


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PostPosted: Mon 0:33, 13 Dec 2010 Back to top

Shawn, it is very probable. Lifting up usually will produce problems with maintaining the tush line.
The good thing is that your rear hip maintain proper angles - it suggests that the transition is being done from the ground up (correct joints positions) and the rear side is properly firm enough.
Without seeing your swing I'd guess that either your CoG shft in pelvis area is too much to the West instead South-West direction or your linear shift lasts too long and mixes with pure rotational part instead being finished as soon as possible before true downswing begins.
Assuming you're using the diagonal stance I'd toy first with opening your hip line more at address - but remember to control your shoulders - vide my post to John in the DS section. It should help you.

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