Originally Posted by indyvai
Most people's swings are not 99% from swing to swing
You'd be surprised.
You can shoot video of a regular golfer, a guy who sometimes breaks 90, two years apart and if they haven't worked with an instructor you'd be hard pressed to find any significant changes in their swing.
That's WHY they struggle to break 90 - because their BAD motion REPEATS. There's a weird misconception out there that the average golfer's swing doesn't repeat. It does - almost as well as the PGA Tour pro's swings. Their compensations and errors are simply such that small variations produce vastly different results, but the swings themselves are very similar.
The two or three good shots the average player hits during a round are the ANOMALIES, just like the two or three bad shots a PGA Tour player might hit in a round.
Originally Posted by Ernest Jones
Well I am a million miles from being a pro but if I look at all of my swings that I have video taped they are very much the same, infuriatingly so.