I have just uploaded the video to Youtube and it’s about 40 minutes long – we’ve had 2 previous sessions in the last few weeks after he’d taken a very extended time off playing golf (I believe 3 years), while he pursued his other passions, travel and motocross.
We worked on his right-side bias, pivot and club face on the previous sessions, and on this particular session, we continued to work on his pivot action, position (especially regarding his hands at address), and the transition to the down swing.
Update: I went back into my archives and found a clip from when Fluffy visited me four years ago, how time flies:
I had my own video feed turned off for some reason, but it comes back on at 00:30 of the recording, so you can see both of us.
His issues consisted of hooking the ball and a loss of power from before he’d taken time off playing, so we tackled both the hooking aspects and how to get more leverage and power (he tended to spin out on the down swing, likely a result of a closed face into impact) and made some good progress getting him back to good order.
Screenshot – DJ Skype With Fluffy The Man
It’s about 40 minutes long, but it’s the entire time we worked on the swing, with no cuts or edits, and we didn’t discuss anything on the swing before the session began, and only the things he was to work on after we stopped recording.
I hope you’ll all forgive the informal aspect of my attire, as I was Skyping from my home office and I try to make Skype sessions as relaxed as possible – more of a personal chat between two people than a rigid teaching environment.
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