Thanks for the kind words. I think about the modules before I step up to the ball, but I turn it all off (or try to) when I am actually swinging. To be honest, I dont feel that I “own” any part of my swing, as I am constantly tinkering with small changes in my quest to control my ball flight. But the modules, seem to work as a guide, a subconscious guide in my swing. It sounds strange, I know…but I can tell you this; now, I seldomly find myself in the rough anymore, and if I don’t hit a green in regulation, I am close.
I fade just about everything. When I try to draw the ball, it usually goes straight, and if I try harder, it VERY easily turn into a hook, so I just play to my fade. I know there is a ball working module down the line…a lot of sweat before I get there.
My ball flight used to be very high, but its got lower. I’m hitting all irons from a middle stance, but I think it also has to do with using blades, as they definitely have a higher center of gravity than my cavity backs. Alignment is an interesting subject for me - I still play around with all sorts of feet positions - between the standard Hogan to a Mindy Blake extreme (left foot pointing to the target/right foot at 45 degrees of the target line…but, at the end of the day, what I check, and double check is the alignment of my shoulders.
Finally, I am working on a bunch of stuff, one thing that is really effective is something I read on the forum, and that is trying to make a massive shoulder back swing, with minimum arm involvement. I’m getting solid shots with that, but on the other extreme, I have had a lot of success with a loose high backswing-into a loop-into a compact impact with packed upper arms. When I use that back swing, the harder I pack my arms, the harder I hit the ball, but if I go overboard, I usually end up stalling the pivot.
So I keep on with the modules. If I have time I’m going to step on the gas with 5, as I really want to see what 6 is all about. Cheers!!