GOLF: The PERFECT Setup (Setup In Detail)

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flandog112 says:

Been working with the divot board and for some reason I’m just striking so much in the heel. I wonder if my setup is off where I’m too close to the ball. But the setup feels right going off this video.

Ryan S says:

Can you link part 2? I can’t find it

LE GEND says:

Whenever my shots start to stray it’s usually something in my set up that has migrated out of where it should be. Whether it’s ball position, grip, stance, alignment etc. The fundamentals are so important because they are often the cause of some of your problems. The worst thing is you start tinkering with a swing that doesn’t need to be tinkered with!

Phillip Ismay says:

Great… but after All that how do we relax…an swing easy…I now got 27 5houghts just to set up???

Scott Schenk says:

Just saw this somehow. Jesus, EC, you’ve got like the Murder’s Row of Golf Coaches now, love it! Caught onto Coach Dochety late, couple months ago, he’s great. Currently writing a Blank Check to you for 3-4 Day school with Sieracki, Sales, JT, Braziller (?), Dochety, and the crown jewel- Mary! So awesome man 🤙🏻

Ed Moreno says:

Yes! I found this setup natural for me. When I have gone for instruction in the past the first thing they want to change is my setup, hands more centered and my stance squared. I can do it but this stance/posture is where I am at my best. I appreciate how you bring in other coaches.

Albany Fx says:

Isn’t this just a setup for impact swing. Somewhat single plane, setup position is impact position, u just turn and return back to setup.

Angus Gray says:

I like it – lots of detail with reasons why. All can be worked on away from the course too.

P I says:

Best video I’ve ever seen. And I’ve seen them all

Frank B says:

It looks, like this series will become one of the most important series of golf videos on YT. Thanks to Eric and John for their effort!!!

jim gilmore says:

Slightly closed stance, sl open shoulders, will give it a try!

R2d2 says:

Incredible collab series.

Israel Mena says:

I moved away from pre setting after some friends made comments and my game went to trash. After watching think I'm going back to setting up like this

Christopher Timmermans says:

One of your best videos. This guy was an encyclopedia of golf knowledge. Always appreciate what you do.

Michael Robinson says:

Eric: Love the detail. John had an iron in his hands. Do all the check points apply to driver as well or are there other adjustments to make like stance width, etc?

Fruity One says:

There are some nuggets in there. However as a whole it's a pretty odd approach I won't go near most of it. Don't think I've ever heard anyone say don't line your feet to target for example and that would have me hooking it like crazy.
Kinda disappointing as Eric and guests are normally gold.

Chaddy-me-boy says:

I realize this was P1, but I wonder if John has an engineer background.

Keenan Van Zile says:

MORAD.. mac o grady…. Great collaboration Eric!

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