Day 4 – Just About There On Setup

I forgot my SC300i at home today when I left for the range, but I didn’t need it to measure my longest drives as I was able to laser measure a reliable target at which I was hitting drives – the mound behind the white flag at about 330 yards.

I was actually happy to have left the launch monitor at home because it was nothing but focus on the task at hand, which was to see how I swung and how it looked on video.

It took me a while to get comfortable with the changes in the setup and pivot action, but I did manage to put some good swings on the balls and they were jumping off the club face on my best efforts.

I’ll be going through the video for more analysis after my initial look and having downloaded a couple from the two angles to put up here.

I’ll write another post on something that surprised me a little – I think if I’d had new and high-quality balls instead of well-used range balls, I might have hit a drive that would have gone 360-370 yards and I’ll explain how in the next post.


Slow Mo

I’m much happier with the back swing pivot now compared to the last outing, but I’m still not in love with the entire product – I could swear that I’m seeing a power leak at around the 3 O’Clock part of the down swing, but I may be wrong.

I’ll have to go over everything, but the setup was much better along with the back swing pivot.

Down The Line

Slow Mo

I’ll be back with more, but right now I’ve got some other things to attend to.

More to come.

2 thoughts on “Day 4 – Just About There On Setup

  1. neil massa

    Nice article man. I’m getting tons of positive and effective ideas from you right now and I’m hitting the ball my best ever. Many thanks, Neil


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