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post #613 of 1095
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Sorry for the wait guys. My Mac book crashed and I'm waiting for the applebots at the Mac store to heal it.

In the meantime here's a picture of me with one of our old friends.

I know that guy...the one on the right!

post #614 of 1095
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Sorry for the wait guys. My Mac book crashed and I'm waiting for the applebots at the Mac store to heal it.

In the meantime here's a picture of me with one of our old friends.

 

:doh:

post #615 of 1095

My wife ran over that guy (the one on the right) last week!  :doh:

post #616 of 1095
Thread Starter 

Ok guys, here's some comparisons from day 1 and day 2. Day 1 on the left.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here's the video:

Day 1

 

Day 2:

 

So there you have it boys, have it at it!

:-)

post #617 of 1095

It's odd in some ways because Jason's FO view was something we hadn't seen in months, yet that's where the clues were.

 

As a 20-ish handicapper, Jason will be better off early extending a bit (he probably won't early extend - but he actually compresses down currently) and getting his left shoulder kicking up and left harder (via his hips) will help the DSS stay inside his hands slightly. He can show you videos where the sweetspot passes six inches inside his hands, or more, because he rips the left shoulder up more (and sooner) in his downswing.

 

It's a "swing flaw" for a five handicapper, but we'll worry about that when Jason's a five… if you know what I mean.

 

P.S. So what I mean by "odd" is that the FO view shows us some things to fix in the DL view. Plus, you can notice the back ball position and some other stuff as well, especially given his pattern of shots to the right, but mainly it's interesting how the FO sheds light on the DL view.

 

P.P.S. Shoulders actually steepened from 4-5.

post #618 of 1095

WOW, thats substantial progress in just 2 days! Good job! Looking forward to seeing you consolidate on that good work over the next few weeks and months :-)

 

It seems like a few days in that magical studio in Erie and people can change the picture more significantly than in the entire past year. 

post #619 of 1095

good grief jason, thats an awesome impact position.  you bastard....:beer:

post #620 of 1095
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

Ok guys, here's some comparisons from day 1 and day 2. Day 1 on the left.

 

 

So there you have it boys, have it at it!

:-)

 

Fantastic work Jason!!  It's nice to see that you actually have a follow-through!!! :beer:

 

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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

As a 20-ish handicapper ...

 

Based on what I see ...  cough, cough, BULLSHIT!!!, cough, cough. :-P 

post #621 of 1095
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

 

Based on what I see ...  cough, cough, BULLSHIT!!!, cough, cough. :-P

I was going to say something like this.  Nice work EJ!

post #622 of 1095

Lookin pretty good there EJ..

post #623 of 1095
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Based on what I see ...  cough, cough, BULLSHIT!!!, cough, cough. :-P 

I hope you're right, pretty sick of being a 20+.

 

I still haven't had much luck drawing the ball, my standard flight is a push which I have to embrace as it is a key part of my progression to a better swing. If I can figure out how to keep it in the fairway with my push until I slowly work on getting it to curve back, I'll be in business. Plan will be to stand on the right side of every tee box and aim for safe area on the left (just in case it decides to end up there) and then go find it and do it again. :-P Gonna be a least another month before I get to hit a course.

post #624 of 1095
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Based on what I see ...  cough, cough, BULLSHIT!!!, cough, cough. b2_tongue.gif  

Yeah, really. You've got a great looking swing for a 20.
post #625 of 1095
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

I hope you're right, pretty sick of being a 20+.

 

I still haven't had much luck drawing the ball, my standard flight is a push which I have to embrace as it is a key part of my progression to a better swing. If I can figure out how to keep it in the fairway with my push until I slowly work on getting it to curve back, I'll be in business. Plan will be to stand on the right side of every tee box and aim for safe area on the left (just in case it decides to end up there) and then go find it and do it again. :-P Gonna be a least another month before I get to hit a course.

 

I am more a fan of teeing up on the left side of the box. Then just aim straight to the center of the fairway. If you push it you should be in the right center to right edge of the fairway. If you hit a push draw, you should be near the center. If you pull it slighly, you would be on the left side. I am not sure I am a fan of teeing up right and aiming left. the only problem would be if you end up pull it, then its LEFT!!!

 

For me, I always want to guard against the left. For me its hard to really hit a HUGE push. So I rather play towards the right than the left. If I end up pulling it, its usually a slight pull cut, so that ends up ok. 

 

 

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Yeah, really. You've got a great looking swing for a 20.

 

 

We expect monthly updates to that handicap, should be dropping like a brick :dance: 

post #626 of 1095
Also, maybe I should bring up again that you can take and export screenshot directly in Analyzr, with notes attached?

You can also get rid of the degree number by holding down Command while you draw the line.
post #627 of 1095
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

 For me its hard to really hit a HUGE push. 

I can hit epic ones! :-$ I have to be really careful because Erik said to make sure I don't do anything to reduce the push if it's at the expense of the path. I have to be OK with a push or I'll regress (and probably lose my Stupid Monkey badge too). So, with that in mind, I think it'll be right side of the tee box for a while.

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Also, maybe I should bring up again that you can take and export screenshot directly in Analyzr, with notes attached?

You can also get rid of the degree number by holding down Command while you draw the line.

Oh yeah :doh: I forgot about that. I left the degrees in because I wanted to see the axis tilt in numbers.

 

I can look at this all day, and probably will. :-)

 

:banana:

Thank you @iacas and @david_wedzik, you guys are the bee's knees!


Edited by Ernest Jones - 3/18/14 at 2:42pm
post #628 of 1095
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

For me its hard to really hit a HUGE push.

 

Are you sure you're not lying about that 6.7 cap?  I'm pretty sure pushing it, straight or with a baby fade, two fairways over is the easiest shot in golf.  If that's hard to hit...

post #629 of 1095

And on topic, really impressive changes over two days EJ!  Love that new impact position.

post #630 of 1095
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

 

 

Great, great job........

 

..... finally figuring out how to export photos from analyzr :-P 

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