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  1. Do you wish to see url links from Jeff Mann who has been critical of some of TF's concepts? Or would that cause too much of a furore?
  2. Which is exactly why they should go to a competent instructor rather than a golf hobbyist. Here is an old comment by Jeff Mann back in 2014: Consider my personal experience. I have been contacted by a fair number of my website's visitors who have shared their video lessons that they have received from golf instructors like Andy Plummer, Ben Doyle, KM and BM. I have therefore been able to see those golf instructors actually perform golf lessons, and I have noted that they often misdiagnose swing faults and misunderstand/misrepresent sound golf swing fundamentals. I also have had a number o
  3. TGM is complicated and what I've read so far about 'right arm swinging' makes it even more complex but this is what I've found out that makes some sense (to me at least): First of all , does one regard the left arm as an inert lever in right arm swinging ? If yes , then can one assume that PA4 can be released by 3 methods? 1. An active pivot where the left shoulder socket is moved through the air bringing along the inert left arm lever. 2. A simultaneous 'active right arm adduction (pitch elbow motion) + right shoulder movement down plane' action . The right elbow pitching above the righ
  4. Which is exactly why they should go to a competent instructor rather than a golf hobbyist. Here is an old comment by Jeff Mann back in 2014: Consider my personal experience. I have been contacted by a fair number of my website's visitors who have shared their video lessons that they have received from golf instructors like Andy Plummer, Ben Doyle, KM and BM. I have therefore been able to see those golf instructors actually perform golf lessons, and I have noted that they often misdiagnose swing faults and misunderstand/misrepresent sound golf swing fundamentals. I also have had a number o
  5. ROC is different than the total amount of rotation and I'm more interested in the different ROC's for a swinger with differing PA3 angles at impact. 1. How does one measure ROC at impact? 2. How does the PA3 angle affect ROC at impact?
  6. If you've read my many other posts , you will note that I promote Shawn Clement concepts/philosophies on HOW to swing . As I've said before , you are wasting your time on this specific thread because it is solely interested in the kinetics and biomechanics on what and why from an academic perspective. So for clarity : I contact Jeff Mann as someone I can approach about the biomechanics of the golf swing I contact Dave Tutelman as someone I can approach regarding the physics of the golf swing I contact and discuss Shawn Clement concepts and philosophies (on a separate forum) on how to perfor
  7. If you've read my many other posts , you will note that I promote Shawn Clement concepts/philosophies on HOW to swing . As I've said before , you are wasting your time on this specific thread because it is solely interested in the kinetics and biomechanics on what and why from an academic perspective. So for clarity : I contact Jeff Mann as someone I can approach about the biomechanics of the golf swing I contact Dave Tutelman as someone I can approach regarding the physics of the golf swing I contact and discuss Shawn Clement concepts and philosophies (on a separate forum) on how to perfor
  8. If you've read my many other posts , you will note that I promote Shawn Clement concepts/philosophies on HOW to swing . As I've said before , you are wasting your time on this specific thread because it is solely interested in the kinetics and biomechanics on what and why from an academic perspective. So for clarity : I contact Jeff Mann as someone I can approach about the biomechanics of the golf swing I contact Dave Tutelman as someone I can approach regarding the physics of the golf swing I contact and discuss Shawn Clement concepts and philosophies (on a separate forum) on how to perfo
  9. When you say Clubface is open , you had best confirm with reference to what (ie. the ground , the back of your lead forearm, etc)?
  10. I've copied my post from another thread as I'm trying to find an answer to my question below. Please ignore any comments regarding the 'motorcycle move'. If you truly are a 15 cap, you might want to spend your time finding your "Aha" moment a little differently. My opinion....at the 2:29 mark of the video when he is showing the wrist flexion of JT, I would argue that it is being created by the right elbow move from the top of the swing down to the right hip. Moving forward a bit to 3:31 where he backs Stenson up to the take away, look at the difference of where the right elbow is at
  11. More cryptic comments from someone who has little interest in this thread. Why waste your time here and create your own thread about elephants and blind people? I'm sure others might find it interesting but, personally, I would give it a miss.
  12. So are these golfers really doing the motorcycle move as Tyler Ferrell implies? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MNpOGqOvOEE As far as I've read/seen from Jeff Mann's videos and articles , the 'motorcycle move' is being described as a 'clenching/twisting' of the grip in the fingers that closes the clubface relative to the lead forearm . But that seems flawed!! Do it yourself, hold the clubface out in front of you with a neutral grip (clubface aligned with the back of your left wrist) then clench with the fingers . Now see what happens to the clubface 'relative to the back of your left wri
  13. Yes , I've read that if one applied a positive torque with right hand 70 msecs before impact (and all the way through to impact) , one could increase clubhead speed by a small amount (maybe add another 5 yds) but if you timed it earlier or later it would be detrimental to CHS (therefore futile to even attempt). Basically, you create as much clubhead speed in the early downswing (keeping as much negative wrist torque as possible) and then optimise the hand path to create inertial forces (for pragamatic reasons we can call it CF forces) that increase CHS. If any forward shaft bend happens a
  14. Not really. I think you are overthinking things here. It tends to happen because it's a controlled system - by the brain. The person 'learns' what forces or actions are needed to accomplish the desired task (make the club hit the ball) to the best of their ability. Some manage to learn to do it more efficiently than others but that's secondary at best. thread should have been closed after this post. Funny that you have got involved in a thread that is plainly of no interest to you but might be for others , yet you want it closed.
  15. I haven't got the book but does it say whether the whole lead arm supinates post impact or is it the forearm or a mix of both?
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