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    Posted: 26 June 2008 at 12:04pm

Im having trouble folding my right arm properly during my backswing. I fold my right arm very late which leads my club too deep and very flat. I know that the right arm fold is a main fundamental of the hitter but I believe it holds some truth in the swinger as well. Does anyone have any advice on how I can get the right arm to fold sooner?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mship Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 June 2008 at 12:51pm

Without seeing video of your swing I would guess that the backswing being flat could be more of a result from over rotating the left arm on the take away. As far as getting too deep I would suggest to you the shaft plane drill and the headcover drill.

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Take a look at the following video....
 
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What pat is working on is exactly what I should be. His old swing and my swing now is exactly the same. Flat and deep and slightly across the line. Its amazing the change that he has gone through and how much of a better position he is in. Did he change all of this by just doing the shaft plane drill.
 
Heres a video of my swing if anyone can help
 
 
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Without question the shaft plane drill...a few thousand repitions. Ingrain it.
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This is a great swing.  I also like your audience...cute baby!  With your Ernie Els fluidity who cares if your hands are deep!
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 I really like that video and the site it's hosted on. Was that a quicky plug? 
hehe... j/k...
  anyways... I really like your swing and think it looks quite similar to mine these days. The one adjustment I'm trying to make is to get just above the shoulder plane instead of just below it; which it seems we both are. From just slightly above it, you could go much harder (and on plane) without any worries.
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nice swing Tim - very fluid motion indeed , very Els esq
 
maybe trying to bend the right elbow earlier in the swing will help get the club more on plane early on - but you look good man and the audience appreciates it !!
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It has to be said Chuck is teaching Pat a two plane swing though.
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Doesn't mean same drills don't apply.
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