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post #91 of 106
I don't know much about the "Mike Austin swing" but I'm beginning to think "the secret" is to never say anything that anyone can fully understand. a2_wink.gif
post #92 of 106
I think his secret is his incredible strength.

He had a tremendous amount of fast twitch muscles. He lifted VW motors at arms length.

"In search of the perfect swing. . ." I read this book in the library one evening.
post #93 of 106
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I don't know much about the "Mike Austin swing" but I'm beginning to think "the secret" is to never say anything that anyone can fully understand. a2_wink.gif

 

Yeah that's the problem with us 5 Keys guys, we reveal too much in a way people can understand.  Bad for the whole "top secret" marketing.  

post #94 of 106
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Yeah that's the problem with us 5 Keys guys, we reveal too much in a way people can understand.  Bad for the whole "top secret" marketing.

And you give it away for free! You guys have a worse business model than my local soup kitchen.

post #95 of 106
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Yeah that's the problem with us 5 Keys guys, we reveal too much in a way people can understand.  Bad for the whole "top secret" marketing.  

 

Yep, appreciate that :-D

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And you give it away for free! You guys have a worse business model than my local soup kitchen.

 

Not really, if you go an take a lesson from one of them you can really understand how one hand's on lesson basically will equal 6 months - 1 year of online help you are getting here. 

post #96 of 106
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Yeah that's the problem with us 5 Keys guys, we reveal too much in a way people can understand.  Bad for the whole "top secret" marketing.  

 

 

Playing it forward for us poor folks...And yes, we appreciate everything you guys do..:beer:

post #97 of 106
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Not really, if you go an take a lesson from one of them you can really understand how one hand's on lesson basically will equal 6 months - 1 year of online help you are getting here.

And if I go to a restaurant, I'll eat better, too, but beggars can't be choosers ;-)

post #98 of 106
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And if I go to a restaurant, I'll eat better, too, but beggars can't be choosers ;-)

 

Yea and you are from NJ, take a weekend trip to Erie, PA. Worth the effort. 

 

Hey just saying man, no need to bust my chops on it. Do what you want. 

 

That is debatable with restaurants, I've been to some pretty bad ones ;-)

post #99 of 106
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Yea and you are from NJ, take a weekend trip to Erie, PA. Worth the effort.

In all seriousness, I'd love to, but it's just not something that I can do at this point in my life.

 

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Hey just saying man, no need to bust my chops on it. Do what you want.

Sorry, nothing I said was meant in any way to mock you, I apologize if it came off that way.

 

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That is debatable with restaurants, I've been to some pretty bad ones ;-)

You and me both. :beer:

post #100 of 106
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In all seriousness, I'd love to, but it's just not something that I can do at this point in my life.

 

Sorry, nothing I said was meant in any way to mock you, I apologize if it came off that way.

 

You and me both. :beer:

 

No problem, I got ya. 

post #101 of 106
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I think his secret is his incredible strength.

He had a tremendous amount of fast twitch muscles. He lifted VW motors at arms length.

"In search of the perfect swing. . ." I read this book in the library one evening.

 



I saw Bruce Meade put on a soft ball home run hitting exhibition one time and the announcer was telling the crowd he was going to be hitting the balls over the light poles.

Then Bruce said that it was all in the technique.

The announcer interupted him and said "It doesn't hurt anything to be 6' 6" with forearms the size of tree trunks either."
post #102 of 106
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Originally Posted by Lihu View Post

I think his secret is his incredible strength.

He had a tremendous amount of fast twitch muscles. He lifted VW motors at arms length.

"In search of the perfect swing. . ." I read this book in the library one evening.

 



I saw Bruce Meade put on a soft ball home run hitting exhibition one time and the announcer was telling the crowd he was going to be hitting the balls over the light poles.

Then Bruce said that it was all in the technique.

The announcer interupted him and said "It doesn't hurt anything to be 6' 6" with forearms the size of tree trunks either."


Yup, it certainly doesn't hurt to be super strong.
post #103 of 106
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I have been in contact with a pro from Sri
Lanka that knew mike..and mike told him the secret

 

Honestly, one of the funniest things I've read online this week.

post #104 of 106
Maybe Mike's big secret was eat your wheaties and hit the gym?
post #105 of 106
Take the club in your hands, swing as far back as you can, preferably see the whole driver club in your left eye in your backswing, and swing down as hard as you can through the ball = amazing distance.

Proven and tested by me (crazy amateur viking golfer (in womens clothes) from Norway)

Trust me, go to the driving range and try, you will hit ball further than before :)
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