The response I made on your post was very brief so I can understand any confusion. I invite you to check out my other posts. These will give you a better idea as to what I'm talking about.
If I seemed a bit brittle it's only because I'm getting responses that are puzzling. It's like sitting down at a table with strangers who all love wine, good wine, wine that tastes fantastic, only to have some complain that there is a small piece of cork in the glass. I care about the taste not the small piece of cork in the glass.
I put you in this category without taking the time to realize you were responding to a somewhat vague statement.
I learned a long time ago from Joe to think about what to do right with my swing rather than thinking about what I'm doing wrong. I could only give an observation as to why you're losing distance if I saw a video and there's no video and what good is an observation anyway.
If you're over 50 then think twice about doing anything. If you're under 50 then check out Joe's book. It's hard to understand at 1st but then good things don't come easy. I can answer any and all questions regarding Joe's swing as I own and teach it.
So be encouraged No Moe and I apologize, again, for making you feel uncomfortable.
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