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Why is it that you suppose I mention Trackman owners Erik?
Than why didn't anybody know them, yourself included, until the late 2000s? Lol. I didn't realize that was your chart, I've seen several dozen identical ones from multiple Trackman owners. What's funny is that we're not even disagreeing on most everything and yet somehow its 10 on 1. The path analogy was assuming a linear progression of A-I, which is why I went C path D face. This ' we're right, we'll prove you wrong" exercise in childishness is exactly what I'm talking...
I think a lot of this semantics personally, but these charts are all assuming E is the flag ( assuming your hitting at it). Couples would be aligned somewhere left at like A, swinging toward C with the face pointing at D to get to his target of E. There's a push fade that accounts for alignment, path relative to alignment, and face relative to path. I do agree though that the ball flight laws completely fail to account for the body's role in creating these conditions. I...
Totally..... But I think the chart was made to be simplified and describe ball flights as it's often referred to as the 'new ball flight laws". I think it is assuming your lining up square with E as the desired target. Swiveling would majesty's it more complicated than it was intended in my opinion. There's definitely exceptions like Trevino but for most players with decent set up positions these ball flights are consistent with E being the straight shot.It would be...
So E is not the target line in the chart? It's the general direction the player is aiming? I was told by a Trackman pro that E in these charts represents zero'd numbers... 0 face /0 path or a perfectly vertical d plane. He told me Trackman doesn't care what or how you create those numbers and that a straight ball flight is when you deliver the face square to your target with the clubs path moving down the line toward the target. I was taught that as long as you aren't...
This chart is classifying these ball flights assuming a fixed target line of E
There are obvious examples where a player might align himself 45* right of target then route the club over the top and still manage to produce impact conditions that would allow the ball to start right and draw. That scenario obviously wouldn't be able to classified as a push draw. But what about the grey areas... for example where do you draw the line and start changing the definitions? A guy could literally date up square or parallel left and drop his right for back 3...
Ok I tried to discuss this earlier and it wasn't in the correct place so I thought aid give it a go again. I'm curious how people here identify and define what their ball flight truly is. With my recent exposure to Trackman in the last several months I've come to change how I look at things. According to the so calked new ball flight laws, straight, push and pull definitions are very simplified and based solely on where the ball starts in relation to its target line. The...
Ok it appears that your issue stems with set up or a path that's not far enough rightward of your face angle, and your face angle not far enough right. You need a more open face and more inside out path.
I wasn't defining it anyway. I was offering multiple points of view. We can move on no problemo but arbitrarily deleting posts you disagree with is a bit censory
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