Thanks for taking a look. I'm surprised! When I look at it all I see are problems.
From the face on it looks like I'm close to leftwards centralized pivot going back. Coming down looks like an upper body dive with my head shifting way in front of its address position. I manage to lean the shaft forward a little but I have no axis tilt at impact.
From down the line I look way laid off going back. The club gets steep coming down and I come way off the tush line.
Post by imperfectgolfer on Sept 23, 2011 16:58:29 GMT -5
I don't think that you have a leftwards-centralised backswing action (which is reverse pivoting). I think that you simply stay centralised with minimal rightwards-centralised shift.
I think that you have a small amount of movement of the head forward in the downswing - due to your pelvic action, which moves your spine/head forwards as your pelvis moves left-laterally at the start of the downswing. It's not a significant problem and it it causes you to develop less secondary axis tilt. Mike McNary also does this in his downswing action.
I don't think that your club is laid-off at the end-backswing position. I think that it is on-plane on the TSP.
You do come slightly OTT, but it is small in amount and partly related to coming off the tush line (as your right pelvis spins out early in the downswing).
I personally regard all these swing faults as being minor in degree. I think that one can produce a consistently solid ball striking pattern with your swing action.
Hey thanks. I pull the ball much more than I block it. The big lateral shift forward bothers me but not sure the right way to correct it. Work on it directly or is the the result of something earlier in the swing.