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Agreed, I came to this thread to say the exact same thing.  It seemed so easy to pull off those camera angles, why don't they always do that?!
Did that shot look weird to anyone else?  I know it's downwind, but that's a huge PW.  And it seemed to be in the air a really short amount of time.  Maybe Keegan delofts his PW a lot, or he hit it thin or something?  Plus, it didn't seem to have much check at all.  It looked weird to me.  
I agree that the practice swings are funky, but I have to say Tiger's swings looked pretty awesome.  I only saw highlights for the first three days and some of the final round, and man that is a simple and powerful swing!  The sound is just different - to me his swing stands out compared to other players again.  And at the same time he is balanced and doesn't look like he is over-swinging.  Great stuff and I also like to see him mixing in some different shot shapes...
For some reason I get the urge to kick up this testy old thread with a new spin on the issue:   Psychological and neuroscience research seems to support the idea that humans are inherently and naturally good. (It's not proven yet - not that any theory is ever really "proven" - but there is some substantial support for the idea.  Type "self-determination theory into Google Scholar for a starting point.)  Basically, the theory is that if a person is mentally healthy...
  Hahaha ok.....?  I really don't get it.  I think it would only help by letting a potential customer poke around and see the kind of instruction and knowledge and debate you guys are all about.  I know TST and TGE are separate things but I think the average person would realize what your posts and Dave's posts are in relation to the whole site.      
That seems like a great idea.   I hadn't looked at this thread for a while, but I figured I should come back and mention that for me a key seems to be focusing on maintaining pitch elbow throughout the downswing.  Since I started doing this more, my impact conditions have felt more athletic and dynamic.    
Wow that looks amazing!   Just out of curiosity, why don't you guys link to The Sand Trap forum on the Golf Evolution website? 
Cool, I can buy that, more or less.  Thanks for the elaboration.  I've been meaning to sign up for Evolvr for like a year now.  One of these days...   But I still basically hold the opinion that taking away a major form of feedback is not an advantage, if it's meant as a most-of-the-time thing.    For a lesson format with an instructor watching your shots, sure, I guess it makes sense.  But I'm not confident enough in my own ability to analyze video that I can trust how...
I know Erik is highly informed with everything he says, but I kind of disagree with this idea.   Basically, in my opinion, the more information and feedback you get on a given shot, the better.  This idea seems to rest on an assumption that a golfer can't help but get in his own way, and I don't think that's a fair assumption to make, or to assume is true for the majority of people.  If you want to focus on video and positions for a particular practice session then...
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