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  1. I’ve been waiting for another video of yours man I swear to God just as soon as I start to get good and confident about everything something goes awry and I’m starting to get my slice back kind of pissing me off so here I am again going back to your videos as always thanks for the help

    1. Hey bud. Take what you want from this, but that’s golf. You’re going to be inconsistent. The greatest golfers in the world who play more golf in a week than we do in a month miss cuts and can’t even shoot par sometimes over 4 days. Being an amature and constantly searching for answers and the “magic sauce” is a never ending quest that does more harm than good and creates more inconsistency than consistency. Swing YOUR swing and trust in it and not get “pissed off” looking for answers. There is no answer but to grind through it with your swing. Anyways, hope this helps.

    2. @NOT EIGHT THOUGHTS i say pissed off ..more annoyed than anything..i think most of the problem is playing with new people i dont know and for whatever reason that gives me the shanks..lol i got to simmer down

    3. @NOT EIGHT THOUGHTS these videos have helped me out though..A LOT! theyve allowed me to see some of the faults in my swing

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  3. Sharing this with my high school golf team grandchildren who aren’t β€œbeginners” but the fundamentals are great for all of us! Great lessons!

  4. So thankful for the playing lesson my wife and I had with you. Made a huge difference…I just shot an 84! Look forward to seeing you next spring. Stevan and Rebekah Cunningham OKC

  5. I have a question if anybody can help, I have had a few lessons and am a 16 handicap. Some days I feel invincible and everything I hit goes strait and flush off the club, other days it feels I’m doing exactly the same and following what I’ve been told but I slice, top and shank. Any drills for better consistency

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