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Myview - Zorro Loops

Tags: Release, Drill, Intermediate

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This next one is the my view of the Zoro loops. So with the same visual alignment,

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we're going to basically do the Zoro loops, which is working on the timing of this

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going from transition to the release. So during transition everything kind of

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drops behind me, kind of like so, and all I do is have to square the club base,

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then during the release it releases out. So Zoro loops for me are this kind of

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feeling it dropping and then building that momentum to then go out towards the golf ball.

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Now when I'm practicing that with this visual alignment, you can see that the path of the club

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is almost going out this 45 degree angle stick right over here.

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But during the swing, what'll happen is great.

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Right about now is when my body would continue rotating so that when I release it it actually

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is going down the floor as the target. And what's happening with my arms is they've

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reached there for this point away from me right about here at the end of the first part of

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the Zoro and then as I go to release you can see that my hands are coming

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in slightly. So my view of the Zoro loops looks kind of something like that.

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Now this is one of those ones what I think is kind of tricky to make solid contact so you're

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welcome to tee it up if you want. But we'll show it one more time.

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So we're going to drop down here and then release the end of the Zoro. So get that Zoro

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timing just like so. And then Zoro, hit that one pretty good.

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So hopefully that gives you a good perspective of my view of the release and then a

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help you overcome some of the visual barriers you may be having in trying to train these movements.

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