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  1. Definitely in the "not in need of new students" price range lol. Not meaning to derail the thread, but shanksalot, our own Dan Carraher (iteachgolf) does excellent work via online lessons. I've done some short game work with him and he had me squared away quickly and without breaking the bank. Something to consider for your situation perhaps. I have seen Monte, and have both his and Dan's video's. Taken online with Dan but I feel it would be better for hands on instruction then video for a refresher.
  2. Talked to Jeff 2 months ago, his rate was 425 for 90 minutes. I gave up searching for a instructor in Las Vegas. I have seen many out here and not one can get me to chip consistently.
  3. For me personally, I would only go if I could keep going back for further instruction.
  4. To the OP, I have had lower back pain in my body for around 15 years, I have just lived with it and took the advil's when it was too much. About 2 weeks ago, the pain just suddenly went to my feet and both sides of my legs. It hurt to walk let alone stand on my feet all day working in a casino. I had enough, I been through the chiro, massages but I felt I needed more. Saw a Chiro that specializes in bio mechanics. Did a full run on my flexibility, (which is horrible). All of my stability joints have better flexibility then my mobile joints. He adjusted a few spots but then gives me s
  5. Why throw a camera on a guy that is a unethical has been that drops clubs and hits and b**** on every swing? You need to earn the right to have the camera on you. Shoot low and the camera will follow
  6. I would say neither and go with a instructor close to you and do monthly lessons. I've had online from Dan and seen Geoff 2x. Great instuctors but "I" need someone closer to see on a regular basis
  7. [quote name='EmperorPenguin' timestamp='1412396098' post='10233135'] I have always been astounded by Moe Norman's ball-striking ability. However, the Moe fans must offer a satisfactory answer to this most vital question: If Moe's swing is so brilliant, why is there not a single player on the PGA Tour who uses that swing? If the best players in the world are always looking for an edge to win tournaments, wouldn't it make sense to copy Moe's swing to improve their ball-striking ability (i.e., hitting fairways and greens)? If there are homemade golf swings with varying degree of success on th
  8. [quote name='Guia' timestamp='1412389508' post='10232713'] Legends are always bigger than the reality. [/quote] And for what will you be remembered for?
  9. [quote name='Dinosaur' timestamp='1412388862' post='10232675'] [quote name='shanksalot' timestamp='1412388624' post='10232665'] [quote name='Golf nerd' timestamp='1411407032' post='10163097'] [quote name='Dinosaur' timestamp='1411402633' post='10162569'] although its been asked countless times, I've never seemed to get an answer that satisfies my curiosity, perhaps because there is none, but once again: "Why don't more people use his swing?" Is it solely owing to perceived loss of distance? The unorthodox appearance and maybe fear of being ridiculed? I know, it seems like a really tir
  10. [quote name='Golf nerd' timestamp='1411407032' post='10163097'] [quote name='Dinosaur' timestamp='1411402633' post='10162569'] although its been asked countless times, I've never seemed to get an answer that satisfies my curiosity, perhaps because there is none, but once again: "Why don't more people use his swing?" Is it solely owing to perceived loss of distance? The unorthodox appearance and maybe fear of being ridiculed? I know, it seems like a really tired, dumb, question at this point, but.........?? I have tried it and got excellent results, but after a short time, discarded it
  11. Marshall's where are you? I vote for the thread being locked
  12. [quote name='dmblanch' timestamp='1410070433' post='10078389'] [quote name='borker' timestamp='1410069881' post='10078371'] [quote name='dmblanch' timestamp='1410050541' post='10077321'] Meanwhile, he actually shanks a shot on camera and we can't see where any of the others go. [/quote] He didn't shank that shot. The ball hit the butt end of the club he put on the ground that was on the target-line. [/quote] You are correct, sir. I retract after a second viewing. In fact, He daisy-cut it straight into the ball and club he set in front of him as his "target line". Which is probabl
  13. Can anyone describe the way he sets up to the driver? Any other thoughts with the driver swing?
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