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  1. Thanks guys for the kind words. I started working for this company in June and we've been developing the software and technology for the past 6 months. It's nice to have a product that we are ready to deliver to our customers. We should have a demo that is live soon on our website where everyone can go and check out our software.
  2. [quote name='scratchswinger' timestamp='1451079316' post='12763308'] One of my favorite people on WRX... Best of luck with the sale and Merry Xmas. [/quote] Thanks Brother. Hope all is well. God bless!
  3. [quote name='BirdieBob' timestamp='1451064122' post='12762738'] Are the 3,4,5 that were 1" over the same swingweight as the 6-P? What is the swingweight? [/quote] The 6-PW are D2. The 3-5 build sheet doesn't specify. I'm going to guess close to D2 or slightly lighter. . They had to of been closer to D6-D7 when shipped.
  4. [quote name='pinhigh27' timestamp='1451050088' post='12762152'] $100? [/quote] You can't hit blades. I've seen your swing. [quote name='chiva' timestamp='1451021093' post='12761730'] Nice clubs. Great seller here guys. [/quote] Thanks Rob. Merry Christmas buddy
  5. [quote name='bladehunter' timestamp='1451058424' post='12762466'] I know this will kill you. But if they had all still been 1inch over I would be a serious buyer. I'm eventually goin g to buy a set. But custom order is my only choice to get length I need. Still a smoking deal. Someone should jump on these ! [/quote] If they'd of all been an inch over, they'd be in my bag! Ha.
  6. Brand new set of 716 MB's. Long story short there was some miscommunication with the order. The 3-5 came in at 1" over, with the 6-PW at standard length. I had the 3-5 butt cut to standard to match the rest of the set. All irons are now standard length, loft, lie. They come with Project X 6.5 with titleist cord midsize grips. Price: $925 shipped Cash is pretty much king here. Only trade interests would be any rare or tour issue Scotty. Thanks.
  7. [quote name='Redjeep83' timestamp='1448073006' post='12626524'] [quote name='Professor D' timestamp='1448072702' post='12626508'] [quote name='Redjeep83' timestamp='1448071394' post='12626414'] In fact many top instructors believe a stronger grip or more closed face will promote a golfer to start swinging shallower [/quote] Not "closed" face. Rather, "less open". Not "shallower". Rather, less "leftward"/more "rightward". [/quote] Same thing. More closed to what they had or easier for them to square face. Was never something for me personally though Again same thing, more rightward
  8. Lots of assumptions going on in this thread.
  9. [quote name='Lefthook' timestamp='1446259698' post='12531538'] [quote name='lv_2_hack' timestamp='1446232418' post='12529860'] The frustrating thing about some of the guys in this thread is that even though Geoff has told me personally (and others) that I need to speed up my arms AND gave me a drill to do it, you argue he doesn't teach it. You guys end up pidgin-hole'ing Geoff as a method teacher. The other funny part is Geoff would agree with 98% of the stuff Dan and Monte teaches. Especially the end result. How they got there would be different, but there isn't one good swing that Dan
  10. [quote name='verderraul' timestamp='1446214822' post='12528304'] [quote name='lv_2_hack' timestamp='1446180053' post='12527300'] [quote name='jurr80' timestamp='1446175835' post='12527168'] The alignment stick in the belt drill is used to first teach a student that the right side of the stick, when a pivot is correct, will create space for the arms. The hip clears out of the way, and the stick is a great visual aid to see that. If that hip is turning away, the stick turns away, and the arms have room to make a backswing without getting behind the hips. When the student has created that sp
  11. [quote name='jurr80' timestamp='1446175835' post='12527168'] The alignment stick in the belt drill is used to first teach a student that the right side of the stick, when a pivot is correct, will create space for the arms. The hip clears out of the way, and the stick is a great visual aid to see that. If that hip is turning away, the stick turns away, and the arms have room to make a backswing without getting behind the hips. When the student has created that space, then the lead butt cheek fires, pulling the levers (left arm, left wrist, right wrist, shaft) down and around. If the arms are
  12. [quote name='russc' timestamp='1446133748' post='12523624'] [quote name='lv_2_hack' timestamp='1446089018' post='12521904'] [quote name='Lefthook' timestamp='1446074769' post='12520816'] [quote name='HitEmTrue' timestamp='1446072906' post='12520692'] [quote name='Lefthook' timestamp='1446072611' post='12520668'] and a rhythm in the back swing that eliminates this need to fire the arms. If I were you I wouldn't look for anything else, since it appears to be working, but I like sf's way better. [/quote] Has SF ever used Hunter Mahan as a model of a good swing? [/quote] Probably. I d
  13. Russ, I think FWP might have mentioned this already, but when the right hip comes off of the line the pelvis is actually moving toward the target. You know this right? 3D motion capture like AMM, Gears, and mySwing will measure that as pelvis sway toward the target. Pure rotation requires the right hip to stay up against the line.
  14. [quote name='Lefthook' timestamp='1446074769' post='12520816'] [quote name='HitEmTrue' timestamp='1446072906' post='12520692'] [quote name='Lefthook' timestamp='1446072611' post='12520668'] and a rhythm in the back swing that eliminates this need to fire the arms. If I were you I wouldn't look for anything else, since it appears to be working, but I like sf's way better. [/quote] Has SF ever used Hunter Mahan as a model of a good swing? [/quote] Probably. I do not remember if he was used when I was there. SF's favourite living swing was Nick Price. And living or dead - Hogan. But
  15. [quote name='dpb5031' timestamp='1446042452' post='12517994'] [quote name='verderraul' timestamp='1446040745' post='12517880'] [quote name='ej002' timestamp='1446039974' post='12517842'] [quote name='verderraul' timestamp='1446037128' post='12517666'] There is no question of blame ...... You can't expect to swing like sf in 3 days . Mastering the setup and grip can take months . As someone who wAs stuck ( And Geoff didn't work on this till I had the grip , setup and pivot down well enough ) ...... Here are the stuff I had to do : 1.) hands in club out in backswing . Hands stop when tur
  16. [quote name='mikah' timestamp='1446045858' post='12518292'] [quote name='russc' timestamp='1446001278' post='12516702'] [quote name='Fort Worth Pro' timestamp='1445998887' post='12516524'] [quote name='russc' timestamp='1445998607' post='12516510'] Forth worth I would like to revisit your criticism of maintaining the angle of the right wrist past impact .The only difference is that i would like to use the graph of the lead wrist created in Phil Cheetham's dissertation because it is much easier to see where it peaks and what happens post impact. [/quote] the flexion peaks just before im
  17. Rhein is a great dude and very knowledgeable about the golf swing. Most great golfers aren't the friendliest under the gun, nor should they be.
  18. My dad's had 4 back surgeries and at 68 has been fortunate enough to still be playing. How is the PT going? A really good PT can do wonders for you if you stick with it. My first recommendation is do whatever you can do to be pain free. Who cares if you can't 'load' into your right side. Stay on your lead side if that leads to less pain. There are millions of ways to swing a golf club. Back pain usually comes from rotating in flexion. A more vertical setup with more knee bend might help alleviate some of your pain.
  19. EA is far from a method guy. He teaches based on how each individual moves. Great guy and very good instructor.
  20. 1. 10% 2. 20% 3. 50% 4. 20% IMO the meat and potatoes of the lesson are in #3. Most good instructors don't need much time to diagnose. It can take time to make sure the player understands but it still shouldn't take longer than 5-10 minutes. 2 and 3 will often blend together where discussion and implementation will be taking place simultaneously. Obviously, golf schools are the best way to integrate 4. Hard to do in the 1-2 hour setting, especially if the student required big changes. The best lessons are the ones that only require a small tweak that can be fixed in 10-15 minutes and
  21. From a good camera angle try to get shoulders square to your stance line. From your current camera angle, compare your shoulders to your stance. Shoulders are MUCH more open. To piggy back what's said above, I'd like to see you soften your posture a bit. Less arch in your back. Too rigid.
  22. Only takes one swing for good instructors to diagnose. If the fixes are easy, it shouldn't take more than 1-5 minutes for an instructor with decent communication skills to diagnose the faults and prescribe the fixes.
  23. 2014 Scotty Cameron Newport 2. Very slightly used, would easily rate 9 out of 10 and likely closer to 9.5. Came stock at 35", it's been extended to 36" and had a counter weight in it (thus the hole in the end of the grip). Comes with headcover but does not come with counter weight. Price: $225 shipped priority
  24. [quote name='lefty57' timestamp='1430062969' post='11444933'] [quote name='hackdog' timestamp='1430062346' post='11444879'] [quote name='golfinray' timestamp='1430041307' post='11443853'] I am nearly 64 years old. I think an 8 at my age is not that bad, considering I have no time to practice. In my 20's and 30's I was a 2 with persimmon, blades, and balata. To the players on here who are hotshots, I still have my 1969 Haig Ultra blades and McGregor persimmon woods. I even have some Titleist balatas still in the box. I promise you one thing with all kidding aside: If you cut the ba
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