thanks for watching, and for the critique. I'll have to watch the video and focus looking at my feet. in my head, my stance doesn't change very much, but I'll look with that specifically in mind. I'm not sure I understand the "I'm getting away with it because I'm shooting easy shots" idea, because I can often make "hard" shots. but as you saw, I can also dog the "easy" ones. I looked real quick and found the 8-ball I missed (was it really just one?
)- I definitely didn't pause at cb address as long as I "usually" do (usually in quotes, because pausing is something I've been doing just for a few months- but I like it), which I think affected my stroke. I do want to improve my stroke timing, and it makes sense to me to try and go back slower. that hasn't come easy, but I'll try and work on that.
my focus might not be great, but that's only improved with time. I'm on the right track there. not sure I get the autopilot thing- I'm thinking out when I'm out there.
the head bob thing is me trying to feel the shot. I don't do it every time, but I agree it's a little different. I've been trying to stand up and readdress the shot when I do that, haven't noticed a big difference tho. I hold my grip light, I thought that was a good thing? but I'll look at the grip, specifically. the only time I notice my grip changing (at least in that way) is when I have to power up, and my grip tightens, which I don't like. working on that, too. working on a lot of things, and am feeling good about my game. thanks again.