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Identifying whether you need to work on your face control or your path as the primary focus can be helpful in speeding up the process. The whoosh progression drill can be useful for helping this decision. Since you aren't worrying about the club face, the only thing that matters is the path of the club. However, if you re-grip the club in a normal way and the club face doesn't match up, then in general, you have a club face control issue more than a path issue. What it really says is that "if you have a good path, then your brain doesn't know how to organize the club face for that path." See what I mean here in this discussion video.
Playlists: Pivot Drills
Tags: Not Enough Distance, Mental Game, Concept, Advanced, Intermediate