SwingFix analysis: Eliminating the two-way miss
- By Bernard Sheridan, SwingFix instructor
- Nov 24, 2012 7:00 AM ET
One of the biggest problems you can have on the golf course comes from missing shots both right and left.
And that’s what’s plaguing Brandon right now, as he’s fighting snap hooks and blocks, so he decided to enlist SwingFix instructor Bernard Sheridan in hopes of eliminating his two-way misses.
In this video segment, Sheridan explains to Brandon that his hooks and pushes are a result of getting the club stuck behind him on the downswing and his shoulders opening up and hanging back too much at impact.
If you tend to fight a two-way miss, take a look at this swing analysis and you might gain some valuable insight into what’s going on in your swing.
And if you’d like to take a lesson from Bernard Sheridan, click here.
SwingFix instructor Bernard Sheridan was a U.S. Kids honorable mention top-50 instructor in 2008 and 2009.
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