Yes yes yes, we label things completely wrong in how they are actually processed. We park on a driveway and drive on a parkway.
if you try to change current mechanics then it will be like Tiger woods that after 3 years dont have it down with the so called next generation swing.
Huh!, a little bit hard to follow there, please explain.
But at least by standards of a pro golfers, if Tiger by example, i think his took longer because he tried to fix it himself, then went to Foley. So he didn't really stick with anything long enough, and delayed his change. But its been about a year right?, he was working with Foley before the previous Masters, did decent, had a decent 2nd half of last year, now is really hitting his stride.
I think for most people, swing changes can have an instant impact on there swing. If they work on it, can get ingrained pretty fast. For professional's its different because of the level of error they need to play there level of golf. So a swing change for them, to reach the level in which they need to compete, is much longer, because it needs to be much more precise. So our level of acceptance in the progression of swing change is different than that of a professional golfer.