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  1. Duval is one of my all time favorites. Glad he plants it a couple of times a year but that scorecard yesterday...??
  2. I heard Dana say this a while ago and for “my” driver swing I found quite a bit of extra pop with a faster BS (not transition). Yesterday I noticed Bryson absolutely CRUSHING the ball with a backswing that appeared to be much faster compared to his Tour swing of previous years...granted he was on the range so may have just been doing some neurological training...who knows with him. While I realize such advice could irreparably harm infinitely more swings than it helps, I was wondering anyone else had seen an increase in clubhead speed & distance with the simple intent of a faster backswin
  3. > @2bGood said: > > @"rich s" said: > > take the same cart > > I walk win I golf. I play better that way. I considered carting to protect myself, but I figured if I comprised the way I like to play golf and the way I play my best golf, then I already let the cheater win. > You dodged a bullet! It’s nigh impossible to keep an eye on he cart-aheaders. You must have the mental grit of a Nicklaus having to deal with those shenanigans for 4 hours.
  4. Looks like that one was edited...I found the original:
  5. Dana is big time!!! One of the very best around. Check out Brady Riggs too. Mike McNary and James Jordan are excellent. None of the guys I’ve mentioned will have you chasing feels from day to day.
  6. > @Roadking2003 said: > > @freeze16172002 said: > > Kuch is a J-off > > Quite the opposite. Notice that he is able to laugh with the other guys even though it was a big-time put-down. IF he doesn’t laugh he gets owned even more. Kuch is one of the biggest ball busters out there on Tour. Glad to see him take one on he chin, esp. one that absolutely hit home.
  7. Keep the driver in the bag since it is more forgiving.
  8. An early triple combined with a grueling pace of play can do strange things to a man...
  9. > @grantc79 said: > > @milesgiles said: > > Not sure what you meant by 'uptick' on the backswing? > > I think most reasonable golfers would have a similar opinion on what you need to work on, since you've made it clear you don't require that input, like I said, fine.. but just tell us again who you are modelling your swing on, the two or three things you are trying to change? > > If I had to pick one it would be Koepka but really only his backswing. > > Things I'm trying to change: > 1: Keep knee bend throughout backswing dont straighten > 2:
  10. Tyler Ferrell. He has YouTube videos up if you care to get a sense of his approach. A few of the other guys listed are very good too.
  11. G400 max is insanely forgiving. I imagine Ping has something in the works for the 410 series to usurp it but they definitely hit the jackpot with the max.
  12. Woody Austin, such a class act...to say nothing of the the very subtle gamesmanship...very strong... Monte, you’re a legend around here but with all due respect, don’t give 2 you know what’s about anyone’s expectations while you’re preparing to hit a shot and over the ball.
  13. Three things for me: 1) Course management, Scott Fawcett’s Decade principles 2) Tightening up my mental game - staying present, committing & trusting things when over the ball 3) Stopped working on mechanics and tinkering with my swing...this def. helped me with #2 as well. Not really fancy things and didn’t take too much work...I’ve gone from avg. 78 in my club tournaments last year to 74 this year.
  14. Def. agree with no former pros...period.
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