I don’t really do headcovers (this one’s mine). I mostly just make them for a creative outlet. But, people keep asking... So, maybe keep an eye out. I MIGHT start throwing some up here for sale or auction or giveaway. Also, for anyone who cares, that’s @horweenleather Dublin lined with @pendletonwm and some felt wool from good ‘ol Joann’s. 👍🏻
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Feels for a new golfer and yes the neck should be tilting left in the back swing and tilting right in the downswing (can’t see much of it here). Worked on knees changing flex, allowing hips and shoulder to tilt, extend and turn. Keeping the inclination to the ground 📐📏
The only “swing flaw” there is in my eyes is loss of posture (read as loss of shape). The solution is to learn how to generate stable shapes with our body - squat, core and front rack - Swinging while being in a state of “shape generation” will do two things. First, it will put you into as good of a position as possible with your body and it’s current capabilities. Second, when your body can no longer hold shape during a part of your swing, if you are still “generating” ideal shape your body is more likely to return to a functional workable position at impact. Shape generation causes consistency. One day you will all understand what I am on about. No more guessing.
Max’s first time ever swinging on the range. Last week he was introduced to a putter and wedge and worked on short game. 20 minutes into drills today and learning how to use the body. 8 out of our 10 words. Pretty good! Wait til we get the front pieces cleaned up with the foot and leg work ✅👩🏻🏫🏌🏻♂️