There is no lift at all in the feet. The left foot stays planted, the right heel will always come up when one is standing on their right toe. The right foot is not lifted it is a reaction to the weight shift to the left side. When done correctly the weight shift has 70%+ weight on the left sole to toe area, a little miss will result in a slight movement off the left toe.
Of Course I remember you. Your post is still on my forum.
The small island is about 40-50 yards, the middle one about 140 yards. I was using an 8 iron. I was using the newest floaters in the bucket. The weathered ones are only good for short shots. On the course I use the longest TOP FLITE I can get because with this swing the ball stops from 1-15 feet from where it lands depending on whether it's a 30 yard pitch or a 200 yard 5 wood. In 35 years with this swing the ball has never, never backed up. It hits and holds.
Good luck on your recovery
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