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Old 04-16-2019, 11:18 PM
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Hey guys and girls.. so with my drives I typically hit approximately about 275 to 300.. I have a long frame and people keep telling me I should be able to bomb.. however I do not know what I am doing wrong or know how to fix the issues I am having.. I recorded myself in slow motion and uploaded it to YouTube.. if y'all can take a look at some of them and help tell me what I am doing wrong and ways to fix it such as drills.. I'd appreciate all the feedback.. thanks.

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Old 04-17-2019, 12:17 AM
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This video has tons of info and will likely take several watches.

But you are stepping in behind with the left foot too far and therefore in front of your body. You are then turning backward too much because of that. You then open your front foot as it strides forward so your feet are both pointing outward, and you are in the "horse stance". As well, you drift/fall to the left of the teepad in your final stride, so your right leg kind of cuts off your body and gets in the way of your momentum direction and your balance.

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