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AMAZING..!! This Guy Uses Medieval Catapult Technology To BLAST The Ball..!!

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JohnnyNight JohnnyNight  648Members Posts: 648
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This is SO SWEET..!!



I've tried swinging with a move like this every so often...



But I just found this guy who REALLY GOT IT GOING ON..!!



https://www.youtube....h?v=oPLkQGZkywc



He got a nice IRON VID TOO..!!



https://www.youtube....h?v=52BCq3JN1qE
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  • Mike DivotMike Divot  251Members Posts: 251
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    (warning: slightly off topic post ahead)



    I like to watch videos like these with the sound off. And try to work out what they're trying to teach from just the visual.



    you almost always see a guy leaning on a golf club, talking talking talking talking. He could be talking about his vacation in the caribbean. After a long time, they address a ball. Adjust their feet. Waggle. Ready set .... and look up at the camera and talk some more. Then lean on the club or put it over their shoulder and talk some more ... then address the ball. Ready set ... then look up and talk some more.



    It's really funny to see such an abuse of the medium of video.



    It's a visual medium! Use sight over sound. Demonstrate, don't just blather on. Otherwise its no better than a radio show.



    This guy is a classic. Two minutes in before there is any inkling of what he's saying. Four minutes before he starts to give any kind of demonstration. By the 6 minute mark, still nothing had happened. I started to laugh and then closed the page. 12 minutes for something that could be probably be shown in 2 or 3?
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  • b_f_c_99b_f_c_99 No Warm Up Needed.  284Members Posts: 284
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    Ummmm this is exactly what is discussed here everyday. So maybe this guy’s explanation makes sense to you but really no amazing “secret”

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  • kadeykadey  217Members Posts: 217
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    I've always liked Peter Alliss's explanation better: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paJvUaLcL-E
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  • WedgefromhereWedgefromhere  386Members Posts: 386
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    Danny Maude is one of the best on YouTube. He's got plenty of really good videos.
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  • puttingmattputtingmatt puttingmatt Summer/ Michigan-- Winter/ Florida 5295Members Posts: 5,295
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    Actually, Danny Maude's videos are quite good and informative. And he is

    very good at demonstrating what he is

    trying to convey to the listener. One of the more sincere golf youtubers on the

    subject of the swing. His points are clear and worth watching.
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  • BottleCapBottleCap  1473Members Posts: 1,473
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    b_f_c_99 wrote:


    Ummmm this is exactly what is discussed here everyday. So maybe this guy’s explanation makes sense to you but really no amazing “secret”




    I disagree, most discussion here is about elbow, tilt, hands, and compensations to save an off plane swing
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  • CwingCwing #TaylorMade TwistFace Experience 2018 Go Big Blue!!! 8x Champs. Who Dey !!! Go Bengals, 8221Members Posts: 8,221
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    This is SO SWEET..!!



    I've tried swinging with a move like this every so often...



    But I just found this guy who REALLY GOT IT GOING ON..!!



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    He got a nice IRON VID TOO..!!



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    Interesting stuff.
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  • BrianMcGBrianMcG  2376Members Posts: 2,376
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    Skip to 8:49 to see him swing.



    Looks like a regular golf swing with some goat humping.
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  • BrianMcGBrianMcG  2376Members Posts: 2,376
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    Mike Divot wrote:


    (warning: slightly off topic post ahead)



    I like to watch videos like these with the sound off. And try to work out what they're trying to teach from just the visual.



    you almost always see a guy leaning on a golf club, talking talking talking talking. He could be talking about his vacation in the caribbean. After a long time, they address a ball. Adjust their feet. Waggle. Ready set .... and look up at the camera and talk some more. Then lean on the club or put it over their shoulder and talk some more ... then address the ball. Ready set ... then look up and talk some more.



    It's really funny to see such an abuse of the medium of video.



    It's a visual medium! Use sight over sound. Demonstrate, don't just blather on. Otherwise its no better than a radio show.



    This guy is a classic. Two minutes in before there is any inkling of what he's saying. Four minutes before he starts to give any kind of demonstration. By the 6 minute mark, still nothing had happened. I started to laugh and then closed the page. 12 minutes for something that could be probably be shown in 2 or 3?




    This exactly. Lol. I was watching this without sound, and just wanted to see his swing.
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    Bobby: I play because I love it.
    Walter: Well I play for the money. I have to win. That is why every time we face each other I will always beat you.
  • JagpilotohioJagpilotohio 45+ inch drivers are evil. Columbus, OH 7259Members Posts: 7,259
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    BrianMcG wrote:


    Skip to 8:49 to see him swing.



    Looks like a regular golf swing with some goat humping.




    Jesus. His head and shoulders are moving backwards just before impact. Yuck.
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    Danny is a darn good teacher.
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    His iron drill above reminds me of this old Stephen Deane (Pete Cowan) iron drill, but I like Stephen's a little better:



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