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  1. Does the Exputt Putting Simulator work with an iPad instead of a TV monitor?
  2. I couldn't agree more! I'm a +3 and when I tried the P790 I would catch fliers out of the middle of the fairway so I went back to my P770 and my iron game came right back. Now I play the P760's which I love and are forgiving, but with consistent yardages.
  3. > > @97speedster said: > > > @Redjeep83 said: > > > Tiger really had his hands more out and away from body on takeaway back then like it was adding width. He doesn't do that anymore > > > > Tiger also doesn't load up his right side as much either, he stays a lot more centered to the ball now; he used to get more behind the ball on the backswing with more width. > > @97speedster > Wanted to ask a question and get your take (or anyone elses). With your backswing pictured below, do you have any issues with the hands being deep on the take aw
  4. I'm 52 and tried them all except the Cobra and compared them all to my TaylorMade RBZ Tour 10.5 and none of them come close to kicking this out of the bag. You can find one for less than $100 and it gave me ideal spin and launch at 13* and 2200 rpm launch.
  5. > @Redjeep83 said: > Tiger really had his hands more out and away from body on takeaway back then like it was adding width. He doesn't do that anymore Tiger also doesn't load up his right side as much either, he stays a lot more centered to the ball now; he used to get more behind the ball on the backswing with more width.
  6. > @musclefront said: > p6 he just looks like he’s gonna smash the crap out of it. > > Love to see that in a driver Here is a video of George Gankas analyzing Brooks Koepka's golf swing:
  7. > @TIM929 said: > After a good rotation/ slightly bent right arm to the top... > > I’ve been keeping my right arm as straight as possible till impact and it’s forcing a smoother lower body tempo along with a better lower body rotation. My ball flight got higher but contact it great. > > has anyone else been feeling this? My ball flight got higher too, but I don't try to keep my right arm straight on the downswing. You actually want some right side bend which you can't do with a straight right arm, if you don't have right side bend then you are going to Early Ext
  8. > @otw said: > > @97speedster said: > > Duplicate > > Warren was Brooks's instructor while Brooks was on my HS Team. Chase was in second grade at the time. His father would bring him to my house after school once a week. He had the fasted kinesthetic acceptability factor I have ever seen. His swing totally changed in 6 weeks. 7 weeks later he won a FL qualifying for his age group with a 36. Chase was usually the smallest in his age group until he got to senior year in hs. Chase is still small... him and Brooks are polar opposites, you can’t get Chase to shut
  9. > @otw said: > > @games said: > > > @97speedster said: > > > > @games said: > > > > @97speedster , do you know Doug Ferreri? Or hear of Paul Bertholy? > > > > > > No, but I am horrible with names, so unless I've met them 5x or more I usually only recognize faces LOL. > > > > > > > > > > Doug's a West Palm guy, former teaching assistant to the late Paul Bertholy, and knows the Koepkas (coached Chase in HS). Lurks here and posts every so often. Sorry to derail. Great thread! > > A
  10. > @games said: > > @97speedster said: > > > @games said: > > > @97speedster , do you know Doug Ferreri? Or hear of Paul Bertholy? > > > > No, but I am horrible with names, so unless I've met them 5x or more I usually only recognize faces LOL. > > > > > > Doug's a West Palm guy, former teaching assistant to the late Paul Bertholy, and knows the Koepkas (coached Chase in HS). Lurks here and posts every so often. Sorry to derail. Great thread! I don't know him, but I knew I had heard Doug Ferreri's name before. Brooks is
  11. > @Hilts1969 said: > Thanks for that I live in the U.K. so will have to have a bit of a search I was hoping someone would sell it as a golf product. Will check out that swing plane perfector It's actually a UK product I believe. They aren't cheap, but very easy to keep in the golf bag. They cost $229 in the USA and are very hard to find right now, most places have them back ordered and very few ever make it to eBay too. http://www.swingplaneperfector.com/product/swing-plane-perfector/
  12. > @games said: > @97speedster , do you know Doug Ferreri? Or hear of Paul Bertholy? No, but I am horrible with names, so unless I've met them 5x or more I usually only recognize faces LOL.
  13. > @Hilts1969 said: > The alignment stick drill is a good one. What do people use to tie the alignment stick to the grip? does anyone use anything that is long and thin enough to put in the golf grip hole? Just holding it in place is a bit off putting I use one of the $2 alignment sticks that Home Depot sells for the driveway reflectors then I push it down the hole in the grip so the amount protruding out of the grip is even from the ground to the top of my knee cap when I measure it which equals about 24". I like to practice this drill with the Swing Plane Perfector then take the
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