I just started applying stack and tilt principles, and it feels I'm making progress. However I'm looking for a good face on and DTL video of a good stack and tilt swing, which I can use in V1 golf. Any tips?
I usually refer to Charlie Wi or Mike Bennett when comparing my swing. No one golfer is really the ideal model for the pattern, but these two are pretty close.
Also, check out Tiger Woods' new swing. He's hitting a ton of the positions.
Others to consider: Palmer, Hogan, Nicklaus, Johnny Miller, all the old greats. Plus the current Stack and Tilt contingency on tour. Matteson, Dean Wilson, Eric Axley, Tommy Armour III, Steve Elkington.
Any of Foley's students exhibit a ton of the moves as well.
If V1 can't import flv, there's a program called "youtube downloader" which can download and convert the file.
Normally I really prefer it if people embed YouTube videos, but in the case below I'll make an exception!!!
I'm not exactly sure why I misused this word here. My brain must not have been working correctly. I meant "group" or "band."
The Charlie Wie Hitting All the Positions Youtube video that Zeph already provided is a personal favorite of mine. It seems every time I watch that clip I see something new. Just the other day, I was watching a different Charlie video from the face-on view and finally realized that the hips moving forward created secondary axis tilt, or rather, caused the spine to tilt away from the target. I compared it with clips of my swing and realized that I had virtually no secondary axis tilt with any club. Kind of an "ah-ha" moment for me.
I haven't swung a club in a while though, so I have yet to test this out.
Mildly off topic.
Clearly, Peter, the best answer is "buy a MacBook and a copy of Analyzr!"