, you are bold. Hats off to anyone game enough to post video of their skiing or golf swing on this site, has chutzpa! Think I had happening what you have happening about 4 years ago. Out of ski season I only play 1 time a week and have gotten my handicap down chasing a 10 (hit 8 over today). At 57 I"m good with that. What I have figured out, like in skiing we are trying to physical maximize force while minimizing motion. A smooth swing.
Just got to see your video, these little black boxes are a puzzlement. Think that Lars
is on to something with the back thing. From the angle it looks like your spine is curved forward. If you were to lean from the hips keeping your back straight it should allow a lot more turn in your back swing, that should help with a lot of things including distance.
Take a 2X2 put it across your shoulders with your arms out stretched on it. Get into a golf stance and swing away with your body. When your spine is straight you will feel a LOT more turn and have a lot fewer moving pieces in your swing.
Also posted on the SeeMore putter
thread it may be beneficial, it is working for me. It is the little black box thing let's try this...EUREKA!
Did it! The cheap way of course with the ball marker on my Ping, think it is helping. Have played 2 rounds with the dot have laid down 5 1 putts a round, normally I have 2-3
I have a pretty good putting stroke and have worked hard on keeping the head still, think the dot is helping more with the still head. Don't often 3 putt and had only 1 the last two rounds. Today there were another 5 holes that the ball was looking down in the cup, some left some right, as it rolled by. One conscious swing thought is all I am good for, like my skiing, have to keep it very simple.
Am a VERY big believer in the still head thing, watch the pros, if the head moves too soon the ball is almost always left of the cup for a right hander; watch for it it happens a lot to them too.
There are 3 things I like with adding the dot: 1/ you can keep an old friend with you. 2/ cheap of course I like free. 3/ you can undo it with a little alcohol when you are ready. Now to get my Burner driver back, the head was starting to fall off, and don't think it is supposed to do that.
Yes you can try this at home and it really might help.