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  1. Great write up on the golf school Chris and congrats on your recent play. It was awesome to finally meet you.
  2. Check Columbus first. Then Sealy. There's a Baymont Inn in Columbus, but they do not have availability on Saturday night. Decided to just stay onsite for Saturday and Sunday nights. Sounds really nice... Yeah the lodges are super nice. You won't be disappointed. They sound REALLY nice. And, look forward to meeting you lv_2_hack. I understand you're one of the instructors, right? Yes sir. Monte and Hal needed a supporting actor to tag along!! ;-)
  3. Check Columbus first. Then Sealy. There's a Baymont Inn in Columbus, but they do not have availability on Saturday night. Decided to just stay onsite for Saturday and Sunday nights. Sounds really nice... Yeah the lodges are super nice. You won’t be disappointed.
  4. 1. Callaway 58* Mack Daddy Forged Chrome Wedge Used for one week. Didn't quite like the grind/bounce. Slight wear marks from a few bunker shots. Grooves still in great shape. Shaft: C Taper 130X (I re-shafted) Grip: Golf Pride Cord Standard Loft and Lie. 1" over callaway standard length. Price: $100 shipped 2. Under Armour Matchplay Vented Pants Size 36/36 but they are closer to 36/35. I'm tall and these are just a LITTLE too short for my wife's liking. I wore about 5 times. Very good shape. $40 shipped Thanks!
  5. He's not confused at all. He's a teaching professional who is using rhetoric to expose possible holes in your explanation of early extension. Yea I have been on this forum long enough to detect sarcastic posts. Lol No rhetoric intended. Just trying to get some clarification on a few things. IMO lots of misconceptions when it comes to EE.
  6. I know this topic is near and dear to you. With most players, when would you consider it early? Before 5?
  7. So if anyone has a 'loss of waist bend' in the downswing that is considered early extension? Is it possible to have pelvis 'thrust' and still maintain tush line? Yes it is possible to maintain the tushline and have extension. Most tour players do it. It's pretty hard to maintain the tushline if you early extend although that is possible to do too. Vijay Singh did that early in his career. I'm confused. You said in your first reply that most good players extend post impact. Now you are saying that most tour players extend and maintain tush line. Can you please clarify. I'm confuse
  8. Early is when you can see the loss of waist bend from dtl with a corresponding loss of the tushline before impact. Most good players extend post impact so the extension occurs more towards the target rather than towards the ball which cannot be seen from dtl. You can see it though from a front on view with the belt buckle thrusting forward. So if anyone has a 'loss of waist bend' in the downswing that is considered early extension? Is it possible to have pelvis 'thrust' and still maintain tush line? Yes it is possible to maintain the tushline and have extension. Most tour players do it.
  9. Early is when you can see the loss of waist bend from dtl with a corresponding loss of the tushline before impact. Most good players extend post impact so the extension occurs more towards the target rather than towards the ball which cannot be seen from dtl. You can see it though from a front on view with the belt buckle thrusting forward. So if anyone has a 'loss of waist bend' in the downswing that is considered early extension? Is it possible to have pelvis 'thrust' and still maintain tush line?
  10. Only thing I'd add to Monte's comments is make sure you're getting enough depth in hip turn. Hard to tell exactly from face on but right knee looks pretty flexed at the top of the backswing.
  11. Across the line players will usually fight hooks. It's why leadbetter developed the A swing to help slicers. More laid off will typically kick clubhead out more in downswing.
  12. 6 playing with no pressure on home course. 10 on unfamiliar golf courses. 15 in tournament environment.
  13. Pernice left Hardy 2 years ago and McCarron is working with EA Tischler.
  14. Hard for them to get as deep now due to lack of flexibility and strength. Regarding stance, I agree with a poster above. They learned to play in an era where the ball spun a bunch. Working the ball was a must.
  15. Are you saying from p6 it is impossible not to rotate and come in wth a slightly open club face with left forearm not facing the target If p6 is good it's extremely difficult to do. If you are doing that from 6, then you have issues happening well earlier.
  16. Your main issue is happening before 6. If p6 is good, it's really hard to mess up impact.
  17. Yep. Go stop by and tell him I sent you. Super nice guy.
  18. We'll be in the Dallas area early next month. I'll come by so you can see it in person...
  19. He must have misspoke. He's said the correct information many different times.
  20. Hey guys, just saw this thread. If anyone wants to have their swing captured on our MySwing system that I didn't get to, please don't hesitate to PM me. You are always welcome to come by our office in Scottsdale!
  21. But you CAN fade it no matter where the ball starts... It may not hit your intended target but it can fade. And I can't imagine why anyone would assume a square alignment when talking about hitting a fade. But you CANT fade it with an INSIDE path from a straight or left (for righties) start line. CAN'T! To fade it from the inside the ball must start right. Never necked one? I made a living (err spent a fortune) aiming left, swinging right and wiping it about 225. Can start left or right depending on face contact.
  22. Dan is right. For $300 you would be MUCH better off finding a great PT in the area. Go through a full SFMA/FMS evaluation, find your 2-3 biggest weaknesses, and work on injury prevention. I'm the perfect example of someone who can't come close to doing an overhead squat correctly, yet I can't early extend if my life depended on it.
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