It doesn’t matter how good an idea or feel is, there is always a point at which there is too much of it.
I had a whole bunch of students the past couple of weeks, both online and in person that were reverse tilting into their left side and getting their upper bodies in front of the ball.
All of them took to getting behind the ball and having some tilt at impact.
Problem is from talking about it and demonstrating it so much, my already pronounced lateral move and pension for adding tilt at impact both got to a point where I couldn’t hit a driver unless I played it too far back in my stance. I took a video of myself from head on Sunday morning and saw I was getting too far into my right side and staying there.
All of my clients find it helpful to see me imitate their flaws and produce the same misses. It confounds them, but it helps them grasp the fact that what I am telling them is happening right in front of them as video doesn’t always tell the full story.
The lengths I go to…to make you all better. 😀
Point is. Be careful. Don’t over do it. That’s why quick fixes are bad and slow steady improvement holds up better long term.