Especially the last sentence, considering the entire article teaches you how to hit 'double-cross draws'.
Explains how to hit a draw by first aligning to the target, then closing the face. Then he hits a push draw that ends up right of the pin.
"I believe in having my Ph.D in impact, and the inch afterwards, and I think that's what you should do too. That way, when you hit it good, it's not a big surprise. It's not like 'Well, my timing's good today.' "
I don't want to put the blame entirely on Miller, but I studied the heck out this video series (plus I was taking lessons from a reputable instructor on the top of Golf Magazine lists), practiced a lot, didn't improve that much, hit a lot of hooks and quit the game cold turkey for 3-4 years.
I like how this guy is teeing the ball up and not coming close to taking any turf. Oh yeah and his right leg releases flex in the close up view.
HaHa, I'm still trying to figure out if I need to buy special shoes with red bottoms for this swing. I do like that my swing will become health-ier.
Yeah the drill makes it kinda hard to get the weight forward at impact, among other things.