I never made such a claim. I gave elementary swing advice to a regular golfer. We fundamentally disagree on a very basic point, namely weight transfer. You spoke about the techniques of tour players being fundamentally different yet everything I said has already been said countless times over by tour players in their publications.
Therein lies your problem.
You're relying on what they've SAID. I'm relying on the facts of what they DO, as measured scientifically. ALL professional golfers shift their pressure to the trail foot (most shift their weight slightly as well - but it's relatively little - 55-65%). Pressure is not weight, and we have quite a few threads on this topic, so I'm not going to rehash them here. There is years worth of stuff to peruse on this topic if you're interested.
I'm generally not interested in what pros SAY they do in the golf swing, but am quite interested in what they ACTUALLY do.
Long drive competitors do not have a different swing either because of their head lofts or swing speed. How could either change swing fundamentals? They do however tend to have longer backswings in order to create more acceleration room. And perhaps generally wider stances. That, together with s.s. makes control more difficult. But the remaining 99% of the golf swing remains exactly the same as for everyone else. Swing fundamentals remain true for everyone.
I disagree, and the several long drive guys I've talked to disagree too.
To keep it short and simple, the single biggest difference (aside from the whole maximizing distance with only a small concern for accuracy) is that golf is not played entirely from the tee. In golf, unlike in long drive competitions, your low point is forward of the golf ball most of the time.
Blaylock - go here: http://purestrike5sk.com/ . Read up. Watch some of the videos.