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Whoa, absolutely BOMBED the 3 wood on 8! 

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Whoa, absolutely BOMBED the 3 wood on 8! 

 

40 feet or so downhill.

 

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One of the best posts I've seen to solidify the book information. Perhaps this could be on the LSW website somehow as a tool to try for readers on their next round(s).

 

Okay, but in what capacity? It's kind of a mess, IMO. So how would you format it to post it to the site?

 

Just the summary and recommendations for people to look at things by averaging their scores and looking at the SV ratings for each? If that, I may do it later tonight.

post #399 of 412
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Okay, but in what capacity? It's kind of a mess, IMO. So how would you format it to post it to the site?

Just the summary and recommendations for people to look at things by averaging their scores and looking at the SV ratings for each? If that, I may do it later tonight.

I thought it might be close as is, with maybe an introductory thing about "how to put it all together," or "putting your reading into action," or a "final exam." Challenge your readers to track the values that you did for a round or two or seven, and do the averages themselves.

When I read your post, it really helped me see a practical way to put the framework you've written about into practice. Just a great example. Seems simple now, but I hadn't thought to do that (not that I've played much lately).
post #400 of 412
Sorry, may have been mentioned before. Does it take into slope readings? Example: par 3 that is about 205 uphill. I hit the green which should have been a 200 yard shot but it says 185.
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Sorry, may have been mentioned before. Does it take into slope readings? Example: par 3 that is about 205 uphill. I hit the green which should have been a 200 yard shot but it says 185.

 

No, probably not. But you'd have to ask them…

 

Your shot probably went 185 yards "horizontally."

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One of the best posts I've seen to solidify the book information. Perhaps this could be on the LSW website somehow as a tool to try for readers on their next round(s).


This post and a PDF for everyone to print is now on the LSW site.

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http://www.gamegolf.com/player/iacas/round/96754

 

Shot 58 (15 holes, Kahkwa) today.

 

Didn't hit any good shots, really. Good short game shots. Made a nice putt on a par three.

 

Still working on the four-stage swing:

  1. Go to 2 by folding right elbow.
  2. TURN from there.
  3. Down with clubhead inside, hands traveling out.
  4. Finish (still feeling as if swinging out).

 

Just can't overdo the folding to 2 because then i get narrow. 2 to 4 has to feel wide and JUST a turn.

post #404 of 412
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Constantly getting a little bit better. Left arm in a bit more than I'd like but this is the pump, and I do that by letting the right elbow go a bit too far around since I pump with just my arms (I don't turn my body when I pump from 6).

 

 

post #405 of 412
I started at the first video in the thread of this Iacas swing. Looks like a good abbreviated, compact swing. Consistent looking. The unfinished follow through reminds me of Roy Mcavoy.
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I started at the first video in the thread of this Iacas swing. Looks like a good abbreviated, compact swing. Consistent looking. The unfinished follow through reminds me of Roy Mcavoy.


Thanks.

 

I'll disagree that it's unfinished, though. :-)

post #407 of 412
Really does look good. I like the swing plane and consistency I can tell it produces. I was just mentioning the follow through part looking unfinished like Tin Cup. Thought maybe you were hitting a punch stinger here to keep it down in the winds of west Texas like Roy. I love that movie.

post #408 of 412
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Really does look good. I like the swing plane and consistency I can tell it produces. I was just mentioning the follow through part looking unfinished like Tin Cup. Thought maybe you were hitting a punch stinger here to keep it down in the winds of west Texas like Roy. I love that movie.

 

That swing is nearly four years old and I was doing a drill. This thread has 23 pages. :)

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(Camera angle isn't perfect, dear wife… :D)

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(Camera angle isn't perfect, dear wife… :D)


Nice idea for a training aid. We have those foam rollers at my gym.  I will use it next time.

post #411 of 412
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I hit on a little something in this swing that is going to be good… Just a little sequencing stuff in transition that I can focus on.

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I wish I had my own indoor practice facility :whistle: 

 

Looking good! 

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