hope you are keeping well and surviving without the regular golf fix? Situation here is the same, golf club closed, all tees, flag sticks and holes removed. This will get very testing if it keeps going more than a month or two.
Have lost interest in golf lately, my wife has health issues that has made me change my priorities. Having the Coronavirus around as well, doesn’t help.
I did get out to have a chip on the front lawn yesterday, first time in a couple of months. I needed to get out of the house for my own well being.
I was trying to figure out why I tended to pull my shots left with my hitting action. I had a feeling that it had something to do with my right shoulder, not going down plane but I hadn’t been able to figure out why. For some reason, my right shoulder was being inhibited from going down plane. I then figured that for my right shoulder to go down plane, then the left shoulder has to go up plane. With that in mind, I adjusted my pivot to make sure the left shoulder went up plane. To do this, I simply had to straighten the left leg, in what is often called a “posting” action. By doing that, it enabled my right shoulder to go down plane, without the feeling of being blocked. While this action sounds straight forward, for those of us in ageing bodies, the body flex required to do this action can be a problem. At least I know now what I need to do to fix the problem, it’s the doing that may be an issue for me on the golf course.