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About cantmiss

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  1. Hey guys, thanks for all the responses.  I have been experimenting with it and have had alot of success. Even putting me in position to one putt which is somewhat remarkable for me.  Still testing out different setups as far as playing off middle/ back and where to position my weight but regardless, it works.
  2. After thinking about it understand what you mean by "every good downswing starts with a hinge and hold," I think the unique thing *to me at least* is the in the very beginning, the breaking of the wrists, and not turning the hands over in the finish.  But all in all your probably right, as i tend to over analyze things and I'm sure I'd be best suited just going out there and experimenting.
  3. makes sense but if your already forward pressing your hands would you still play it off the back ankle?
  4. My question involves an immediate hinge in the backswing that mickelson teaches,  as seen in .  The forward press I am talking about is similar to putting, in hands ahead of the ball.  I was wondering if that was a sufficient enough hinge.
  5. @font-face { font-family: "Cambria"; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 10pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: "Times New Roman"; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } After reading a topic on here I am a bit confused. I have watched some of mickelsons dvd teaching the hinge and hold and have been toying with it a bit. In the dvd mickelson teaches a quick hinge of the wrist in the backswing but this differed from a discussion on here which confused me a bit. Many were suggesting a forward press for the hinge rather then doing it in the backswing. What is proper? Also while reading I have come across discussions on phils method vs the pelz method and this too confused me a bit. My knowledge of the pelz method is a bit limited but from my understanding its playing off back foot, delofting club… isn’t this very similar to a forward pressing hinge and hold?
  6. Well i guess the term "awful" is relative, i expected alot more feedback on how i was hitting as i had seen prior with another fitter in the session before me.  I guess I need to know what is going on to feel any sort of comfort.
  7. Hi guys, I just got driver fitted at golf galaxy and it was a truly awful experience. My goal was to basically find out the ideal loft,  shaft weight and flex for my swing.  The associate basically gave me no input as I hit different drivers and I had no indication of how each was performing.  He would hand me different setups without any explanation of what he was doing or what I was hitting.  Anyway I finally looked at the results for what he deemed the driver that worked best for me.... it was a Titleist 910D2 Driver with  Diamana 72g Shaft 9.5 X-Stiff RH.  My numbers with it were 107 ss , 14 launch , and I believe around 2500 ball spin.  I was confused by this because I was under the impression that a swing speed of under 110 was best suited for a stiff shaft not x stiff.  If this is in fact the best setup for me are there any more reasonably priced options that compare to this, like a 2010 model of something?   Thanks guys.