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Monte quite clearly states in other videos that he has told 'a bunch' of people to try this and not one of them did manage to flip it it, so just cos you don't like the message doesnt mean its BS. And so what if Bill wants to 'promote' Monte. He's a great teacher and good teachers should be promoted, instead of ones spewing the usual cliched drivel that doesn't actually help...but my guess is you prefer the cliches.
Folks, I am talking about gun related death. The study is on violent crime & gun control. That's why I didn't quote the previous posts. I come from a country where there is a strict gun control. In fact, other than hunting rifle, gun ownership is banned. The death by guns is non-existent compare to the population size. No guns mean no death by guns. It's simple as that.
Thanks very much! I was taught a technique like this by a pro many years ago. He called it the Runyan Method. I stopped using it because I would be indecisive about which club to use, and it didn't work as well for me from lies in the rough. This season I tried chipping with one club only (56* SW), varying the face angle just a little here and there. The idea was to simplify club selection and get the job done by learning "touch." I think I got a little better at judging distance this way, but I had more difficulty hitting it solid, so in the end distance control still wasn't good overall. IAW if I hit it solid, the distance would be good, but I hit lots of them thin or fat. I thin there is a lot of possibility for error in the standard chip method. The reason for asking the question was to see if there was something I could try, a swing idea, that would give me more consistently solid contact using standard technique. I think maybe these last few weeks of the season, I will go back to the Runyan method and see if that helps. I think it's more tolerant of variations in the bottom of the swing arc than is the standard method.
Yeah, I had to jump through a bunch of hoops myself with posting the golf bag review photos and re sending them from my phone at lower resolution once I bumped up against the limit. Really should only come up with photo heavy posts like reviews. Maybe those will have a dedicated place in the future like the old site and with a different limit. It's a problem that's fairly limited in scope, I imagine.