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I think this core not roatating gets back to my concern of not committing to the shot and therefore not finishing facing the target. Something to work on tonight and will report back with results tomorrow. GS, Can you please explain a little further the flatter finishing plane as opposed to approach plane and how this roates the clubface. I'm currently having enough trouble staying on plane let alone moving from one to another mid swing. (if this is what you mean?
Trevino was a master… From a swing plane standpoint, the question I have is does your finish plane match your approach plane? Finishing with a flatter plane helps rotate the clubface.
Also, if your core is not rotating then the clubface will rotate less. Turning the hips and chest back together also helps with the forward rotation.
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