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  1. Lol. You've made like 27 posts in a dozen threads today. You're right, your buddy FourTops had some really great "insight". Apparently 'ol FourTops had a cult like following as well. Here's my deal....I work all day...like many of you....and when I get home I still have additional work. Then after that I check out WRX for the latest. Yes, I do post because I'm interested in what other folks have to say...and I'm in sales so I tend to be an extrovert. I enjoy other's opinions and offer my own. Isn't this what WRX is all about? Plus, I never count posts by others...this is supposed to be fun. No worries. I think it's fun as well. Your WRX acumen is impressive and I wouldn't expect you to count posts since you've only been a member for 5 days. Some folks bag on FourTops...but I just looked up "golf meta awareness" on Google and it's on the first search page.
  2. You have no loading during the transition and borderline casting. I'd see a good instructor and get that fixed before worrying about EE. I know the word lag is a dirty word around here but there's no getting around it. Just about every pro has it and plenty of it. Lag is fine...but how would he create lag when the top speed of his swing is half-way down to the ball? Lag in my opinion is just loading up and releasing at an aiming point like snapping a whip. The first process is learning to load up. The second is learning your aiming point which can vary from player to player but usually it's in front of the ball unless you're playing an explosion bunker shot. Mcilroy says he aims a foot in front of the ball. Loading up is important. Just about every pro maintains or increases the angle of the shaft and the lead forearm during the transition. Not everyone can load up like Sergio or Champ but you don't want to be casting from the top either. This may sound nuts...so I'm ready for "incoming"...but I try to think that the ball is coming at me like a baseball pitch. That thought promotes "stepping into" the shot vs. "ball focus". The results are wildly different . My PW sailed at least 10 more yards and the sound of turf interaction was like a "thump". Call me crazy!
  3. You have no loading during the transition and borderline casting. I'd see a good instructor and get that fixed before worrying about EE. I know the word lag is a dirty word around here but there's no getting around it. Just about every pro has it and plenty of it. Lag is fine...but how would he create lag when the top speed of his swing is half-way down to the ball? Lag in my opinion is just loading up and releasing at an aiming point like snapping a whip. The first process is learning to load up. The second is learning your aiming point which can vary from player to player but usually it's in front of the ball unless you're playing an explosion bunker shot. Mcilroy says he aims a foot in front of the ball. Loading up is important. Just about every pro maintains or increases the angle of the shaft and the lead forearm during the transition. Not everyone can load up like Sergio or Champ but you don't want to be casting from the top either. This may sound nuts...so I'm ready for "incoming"...but I try to think that the ball is coming at me like a baseball pitch. That gets me...in my mind, to "step in" to the shot. Upon doing this I saw my PW go from 125 to 140 because I'm not thinking of hitting a motionless object which promotes full turn. OK...flame me now! LOL!
  4. My rangefinder has a fingerprint access so in the event I lose it, all yardages are scrambled +/- 30 yards.
  5. If you bought a present for someone you play golf with...what would it be? A training aid, new irons, driver, lessons,a bag, tee time at a once-in-a-lifetime course?
  6. You have no loading during the transition and borderline casting. I'd see a good instructor and get that fixed before worrying about EE. I know the word lag is a dirty word around here but there's no getting around it. Just about every pro has it and plenty of it. Lag is fine...but how would he create lag when the top speed of his swing is half-way down to the ball?
  7. Lol. You've made like 27 posts in a dozen threads today. You're right, your buddy FourTops had some really great "insight". Apparently 'ol FourTops had a cult like following as well. Very FourTops like, wouldn't you say? And the Van Halen music reference, hmmmm. I take that as a complement. Plus, JBW is all over MA so they must be one in the same?
  8. Lol. You've made like 27 posts in a dozen threads today. You're right, your buddy FourTops had some really great "insight". Apparently 'ol FourTops had a cult like following as well. Here's my deal....I work all day...like many of you....and when I get home I still have additional work. Then after that I check out WRX for the latest. Yes, I do post because I'm interested in what other folks have to say...and I'm in sales so I tend to be an extrovert. I enjoy other's opinions and offer my own. Isn't this what WRX is all about? Plus, I never count posts by others...this is supposed to be fun.
  9. PXG's are assuredly way cheaper than your supermodel ex-wife. I just gotta believe that's true.
  10. Not to be redundant...but your brain thinks the swing starts at the top and ends at the ball, which is why your hips stop...and why extension occurs early. In the video above, your head is traveling which...IMO creates a moving "bottom arc" for the club . Keep your head in a box.
  11. It would be best to take the monitor to the course to see what really happens when it counts.
  12. What happens...IMO...is you STILL slow down at impact and that will cause a push-fade. Posted from experience.
  13. FEAR NOT! Nicklaus had EE to a degree...and Tiger will never match Jack's major record.
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