Jason Gore - Hitting It High

Hitting the ball high centers around the proper spine angle. See how Jason Gore adjusts.


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Right shoulder stays back.

Little bit more vertical.

Spine's more tilted back. And our shoulders would be on a steeper plane, is that true?

That's correct, yeah. More vertical. So what I always like to do is I always feel like my left hip gets a little bit more--

Get already start working that way.

Yes.

It's going in.

So I want to feel like my right arm gets a little bit more bent. I'm going to feel like my spine angle starts tilting right. So I'm not going to feel like I start getting a bunch of weight back, I'm just going to feel like my spine angle starts tilting farther right. I mean, I've never had a problem hitting it high. So I'm feeling like I'm going to get a little bit more pressure in this muscle right up-- I call it the droopy. I don't even know what the-- this little--

Just right over there.

Yeah, right.

Right in that area.

So I feel like it goes a little bit more into this muscle right here above the knee.

I can already tell you're going to hit this thing to the moon right now, Andrew.

Yeah, I've never had a problem hitting it high. That's what I fight against. So I try to feel like my right arm stays a little softer, tilt back a little bit. And then I'm trying to feel like I stay back behind the ball. And I'm not trying to feel like I throw the club head at it. I'm trying to feel like I'm using my spine tilt to hit this way on it.

You're still on the--

I'm still on the arc.

You're still on the arc.

So my hands are actually moving up.

Yeah, you've just changed your delivery more here, as opposed to, on the other one, it was over here.

Right. I've changed my circle to be more this way instead of this way. So I'm just going to feel like I'm just going to stay a little bit more back. Softer right arm. A little bit more vertical with the shoulders. Ball up on my stance a little bit. And just feel like I stay a little bit more on my right side. Just stay there.

I never really get too hard to my left side. So I'm going to try to feel like I'm more in my right--

Stay back in, yeah.

In my right glute.

You don't get through on that one.

No. Trying to hang back, stay in my right glute little bit longer, and still drive, but not really slide left.