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I know. Some don't get it. Actually, Klassen is same as Merrins, Bender, Humphries, Toski and others. Just communicated differently and more effectively and simply for........ME (and many others) not necessarily for the world.
Good Gaawd! All this over such a simple concept ! To me, out of my collection of over 100 golf dvd's, books, e-books, etc. Klassen is the ONLY instruction that pulled my game out of the 20-year pits. It helped me so much that it made me angry that I had wasted so many years trying the other "versions". His one big omission, which took me a while to figure out was the "snapping the wrists". You actually don't snap the wrists. They "snap" because of your left forearm action,...
Read the book and watched the videos. Put it into practice on the range. First round played shot 43 on the front and a 2 under 34 on the back. Next round, shot a pair of 38's for a 76. Next round, shanked every other shot and haven't played the same since. I think I hate golf.
You look at the sole of your clubs while addressing the ball?
How complicated can you get? A simple explanation won't sell dvd's however. Ayers is just rehashing AJ Bonar's lesson. They both work as promised. Just keep your trailing palm FEELING like it's facing the target or direction of swing. A few buckets and you should have it. No big deal.
Trying to describe the golf swing is like trying to describe how one walks. Good luck.
OK perhaps "17 more" meant inches, and "longer", "longest ever", mean either 1/8th inch increments in distance or maybe they're talking about shaft length. "Farther" what, 6 inches? Or? Anyway, of all the drivers I listed, my "longest" is a Mizuno MX560. All I would say are within 5 to 10 yards of one another with the same strike. Including Bombtech's Grenade. A lot of distance depends on roll. Really comes down to launch angle/loft, spin, and sweet spot strike with a tad...
I purchased one figuring no one would steal it at the bag drop. I have six different drivers that I rotate to occasionally, TM, Mizuno, Adams, Callaway and Yonex. Overall, to me, a driver is a driver is a driver. Just the cosmetics and the hype are different. Just think. With TM's an extra 20 yards with each driver release, you can now pound it 600 yards.
When you swing at the ball instead of the down-range target it will often result in impact towards heel. Try it in slow motion. Swing at the ball as if it was the target=heel. Swing through the ball at the range target= center hit. Shift focus to target, not the ball. Tough to do if you have been trying to hit the ball but practice, practice, practice. The trick here is between the ears.
Let's put it this way. In Hardy's The Plane Truth he says the arms rotate clockwise on the backswing and the back of your right hand at the top feels like it is facing away from the target. (Palm facing the target?) On the downswing your left arm, (therefore the right arm) rotate counter clockwise (turn the door knob, turn the screw driver?) Sound familiar folks? The difference is Hardy doesn't take hours of video to get this across to you. If you prefer what I guess is an...
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