Jump to content

ovib

Unregistered
  • Content Count

    153
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

0 Neutral
  1. [quote name='AustinA' timestamp='1395177307' post='8899567'] [quote name='drbonesvt' timestamp='1395176412' post='8899465'] [quote name='AustinA' timestamp='1395176267' post='8899449'] I recently bought a SLDR and got some amazing launch numbers, but seem to be hitting it left (hook) more than I have other drivers. It seems like there are some others who are experiencing this as well. Share your stories here! Were you able to fix it somehow? Any guesses as to why it is happening to multiple people? Did changing the loft (thus face angle) help? [/quote] Hate to say it, but its the indian
  2. [quote name='dcr147' timestamp='1395248566' post='8904905'] If you want power, lift heavy weight with less reps. If you want speed, you need to train the correct muscles to fire faster. Google the TPI site and also these instructors... David Donatucci, PGA or Andrea Dodatto. [/quote] I have to disagree with you. By lifting heavy weights for low reps you increase strength not power. They two very different things.
  3. The xp95 shafts are solid shafts. I actually put them in my 714 AP2s.
  4. [quote name='JPGolf FL' timestamp='1394752316' post='8866079'] You are hard core my brother! I love it! I'd say you really need to focus on using the weight of the club and gravity. You should check out Shawn Clement's stuff. His ideas and method are solid as a rock. This is a good start. Not sure how stable you can get your lower body, but his ideas should fit you well. Obviously you wouldn't be able to do a couple of the drills he shows, but you get the idea. http://youtube.com/watch?v=g4FU27zTNNQ He has tons of videos. Take a few days and look through them. Maybe think about getting s
  5. [quote name='sanjaygolf' timestamp='1395067705' post='8889347'] [quote name='lumberman2462' timestamp='1395066091' post='8889171'] I don't know about for me. But I think the lady that created Lululemon for women should get a award. [/quote] Lululemon was founded by a man (and a dick of a man at that) [/quote] Yea huge dick for speaking the truth.
  6. [quote name='DirecTVTechGuy' timestamp='1395007864' post='8885123'] [quote name='hogans71' timestamp='1395003482' post='8884615'] [quote name='DirecTVTechGuy' timestamp='1394997252' post='8883979'] [quote name='hogans71' timestamp='1394996273' post='8883883'] [quote name='DirecTVTechGuy' timestamp='1394993415' post='8883545'] Meh.... Not going to overpay for men's products because a bunch of women overpay for lady's products... And having a wife that works out everyday and has tried EVERYTHING... She says UA works better for workout gear than anything else... IMO...it's a status b
  7. [quote name='WilliamTighe' timestamp='1394989802' post='8883191'] [quote name='Albatross85' timestamp='1394989328' post='8883141'] [quote name='WilliamTighe' timestamp='1394985658' post='8882713'] [quote name='ovib' timestamp='1394977701' post='8882097'] [quote name='WilliamTighe' timestamp='1394972575' post='8881723'] I'm still trying to figure out whether or not its necessary to spend the extra $140 for the tvd's rather than the sm5's [/quote] Extra 140$? Where u get that from? A titleist staff memeber told us on titleist.ca that the sm5 will have more camber than the tvd [/quote]
  8. Strengthen your grip. Also, how you release the club face trough impact makes a world of a difference. My pro and I have worked on my downswing and even though everything looked great I was slicing. It was because I was not turning the club face through impact quick enough. I am working on learning to do that and control it. When I do end up doing it, I hit a nice baby draw. Just my thoughts. Don't shorten your clubs lol.
  9. I'm not a teacher but I did have this issue and it was because when I watched the tour guys, they seem so close to the ball and I thought that's how I should be too and, to me, it made the swing easier (mainly because I was taking my arms really high which didn't require me to coil much). What I didn't look at was how they are built and how most of them are much taller than me (I'm 5'9).
  10. [quote name='Bandy1080' timestamp='1394652152' post='8857175'] If there is one thing I am not worried about it is if Footjoy will make it right. Their customer service is second to none and have always gone above and beyond for me. ie replacing a pair of footjoy icons that i got on ebay for $75 after using for two years and wearing out the inside heel of the shoe. [/quote] Exactly, that's why I ended up buying them even after I read all this. If they come off, FJ will fix it.
  11. [quote name='WilliamTighe' timestamp='1394972575' post='8881723'] I'm still trying to figure out whether or not its necessary to spend the extra $140 for the tvd's rather than the sm5's [/quote] Extra 140$? Where u get that from? A titleist staff memeber told us on titleist.ca that the sm5 will have more camber than the tvd
  12. I was looking at those as well! They look like the perfect fit for the golf pants I want. The price is very steep. I have lots of friends that wear lululemon and they love it. And since I am replying I guess this makes me a lady.
  13. [quote name='CSchnee' timestamp='1394760547' post='8867031'] Stages of swing development that I and many others have encountered personally, and hopefully you won't do the same 1) Learn basics/self teach basics 2) Struggle to improve 3) Convince yourself you must be struggling because you've been following "2-plane" fundamentals 4) Throw yourself head-first into OPS reading and swing methods 5) Struggle more than you ever did with your 2-plane swing 6) Find an instructor to set you back on track 7)Realize that most people aren't pure OPS or 2-plane. 8)Improve [/quote] +1 The f
  14. [quote name='skylargolf' timestamp='1394824229' post='8872059'] [quote name='ovib' timestamp='1394823510' post='8871991'] The weight should be on your right foot at the top of the backswing.... Who told you other wise? [/quote]There are so many different ways to swing a club so you cannot say that the weight should always be on your right foot at the top of the swing. [/quote] You are right, don't mind me. Keep your weight on the left foot because there are so many ways to swing the club. I once heard this concept called "weight shift" but I think it's a myth.
  15. The weight should be on your right foot at the top of the backswing.... Who told you other wise?
×
×
  • Create New...