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Hey, with a name like Bubba, the pretension is gone.  He is known for being a big kid.  But the truth is that he is the real Mans Man:  Bubba is self taught, he has a unique and personal swing. He doesn't do around from teacher to teacher needing help.  He helps himself.   He can hit shots that no one else can attempt.  He is a loyal husband, a god fearing person, who only brings high repute to the game.  We need more of him and less of Tiger. 
It is hard to compare golfers from different eras.  If Jack would have had the advantages of equipment, training, technology and history which Tiger has taken advantage of, then likely the two would be relatively equal.  But this is mere fantasizing.  The point is that Tiger has taken advantage of modern technology and advantages.  As a result, he is the greater golfer.  In addition, Tiger has impacted the game in a larger manner than even Jack.  Tiger is a phenomenon, a...
Suppose you purchase 36 mint condition used Titleist Pro V1 balls from GolfBallNut or similar quality purveyors.  The balls look as if new.  Most perform that way.  These balls are probably one hit wonders which landed in the water.  So, what happens when the ball is under water for some period of time, from one day to one week.  Is the cover permeable to water?  Will the water soak into the ball, causing the bounce characteristics to be different.  Look the same, but...
The tall golfer should take advantage of his height, allowing for a larger swing arc.  To achieve a larger arc the shorter golfer needs to have a more shallow arc.  The tall golfer should have longer clubs and learn how to swing  more slowly, with less force, since the long diameter of the arc will allow for a fast club face speed even with a slower central rotation.  For example, there is Ernie Els, the BIG EASY.  That is what all of us tall golfers need to strive for,...
I do not know all of the reasons why the golf pros at my home course are so anti the Stack and Tilt method and ideas.  It is interesting that you had to distance yourself from S&T in your introduction.  One of the contributions of Andy and Mike was to wade through hundreds (or thousands) of old golf swing videos to arrive at the same conclusion regarding the right leg.  I find that some people do not straighten the right leg, and this leads to the swing being more...
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