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Viking, you better stay here for a long time.
 
1. I am amazed a reverse grip works that well....;-)
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Jonag :
 
Yup,i plane to stay here for a long time, i been here since 2006,but mostly read a lot .fun to see other swings and comments .
 
Well about my grip : actualy, this is not my grip,i dunno what i did in  that video , well at least the ball went straight :)  hehe .... hmm strange indeed ... spoky..lol...
 
yeah will read the post in member vault general forum...
 
A bit to late yes, watching golf on viasatgolf :) 
 
talk later m8 .... 
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Viking- I meant by firming up right leg that it should be more braced to stop you from swaying right on BS (yes, backswing).  Forget my comment about grip as I could not tell what your grip looked like exactly.
 
The creator of this site and our guru of one plane golf swing,, Chuck Quinton,encourages golfers with a BS sway like you (and me) to keep more weight on front leg on BS and shortening BS helps stay centered.
 
You should join the member's vault and dig into the many instructional videos there and consider an online lesson with instructor Paul Dickinson.
 
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Golfinnaty :

Gotcha ,just for the record ,i have not an reverse grip,it just looks like that hehe , i was like,wtf is this, but its a normal grip actually,belive it or not ;)

Yes couldnt agree more with you about my right leg ..

More weight on front leg,sounds logical ...

Been a long winter, lol .

I will join thanks :)
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No reverse grip at all....Some ole-farts need glasses around here


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jpprietobaez 

Thanks for uploading my pic, yeah no reverse grip,i am sure i couldnt play or hit the ball,like i do if i did have a grip like reverse ....
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No problem m8...

Here is something to look out for (Very late / deep wrist cocking)


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Nice swing, Viking! You've posted it in the two plane forum, which suggests you are sticking with a two plane action?
 
If you are be careful of the advice you're getting as it may conflict what with us all being one planers!
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jpprietobaez :

Awesome ,yes i am full aware of that , so i try to get an normal cook,when i swing,but its to late,so i have to cook it sooner indeed.....  just wonder when to start to cook them, some say it shall be natural,some say,as soon as you can etc , hehe...

Thanks m8 for the tip and pic.... great
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No problem m8.

I have been working in the same problem and for me its feels like as soon as I can because I was soo late as you are. I would say try experimenting with a mirror and checking your 9 oclock position.

Focussing on a pull from the right index finger has worked better than focusing on pushing down de left hand to the grip.... But thats just my own digging experience so far.

Cheers

Juan


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