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post #55 of 218

Im surprised no one has said Lee Westwood, then just lean to putt :p

post #56 of 218
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Originally Posted by Bananarama View Post

Im surprised no one has said Lee Westwood, then just lean to putt :p

 

I'm not a huge fan of his swing. Seems a bit quick.

post #57 of 218

Louis Oosthuizen... great swing.

 

OP, maybe a poll after this thread is complete?

post #58 of 218

Charles Barkley.... I kid, I kid.  I'd have to say Dufner just because it looks so effortless.  Then again, he makes everything look effortless.a2_wink.gif

post #59 of 218

Freddy Couples

So smooth and effortless. And it goes a country mile. I try to emulate that tempo and transition. Just not very well.

post #60 of 218

If I'm allowed to pick anyone from any era, I would have to take Ben Hogan

post #61 of 218

Adam Scott...  perfect swing

post #62 of 218

So many people saying Adam Scott, to me it just looks like he's going to shank it.. Also I hate the dude for beating Cabrera in the masters and costing me a 5 figure bet..

post #63 of 218
Rickie fowler Unique but not crazy
post #64 of 218
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If I'm allowed to pick anyone from any era, I would have to take Ben Hogan

 

If we're going historical, Bobby Jones. And it's not even close for me.

post #65 of 218

Tigers - I like winning

post #66 of 218
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Tigers - I like winning

He doesn't win with his swing, he wins with his mind. Well, that and his unbelievable short game of course. 

post #67 of 218

Seriously I would keep my own I have worked too hard on it to give it up and I love the results of it. The shape the sound all of it.

 

However the only thing with it is some distance and for that reason I would take whatever Freddie Couples is having for his easy power. Man that tempo with my mechanics. He's 53 and can hit 300 yard drives with a bad back and I'm 41 and fit and about 100 yards behind him. It's just mesmeric to watch him swing. I don't copy his moves but the overall speed of that swing is just perfect to behold.

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Seriously I would keep my own I have worked too hard on it to give it up and I love the results of it. The shape the sound all of it.

However the only thing with it is some distance and for that reason I would take whatever Freddie Couples is having for his easy power. Man that tempo with my mechanics. He's 53 and can hit 300 yard drives with a bad back and I'm 41 and fit and about 100 yards behind him. It's just mesmeric to watch him swing. I don't copy his moves but the overall speed of that swing is just perfect to behold.

Pretty sure you'd love the look and sound of your new, stolen from a pro swing better.

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post #69 of 218
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He doesn't win with his swing, he wins with his mind. Well, that and his unbelievable short game of course. 

 

You went for Adam Scott, right? And from the tone of your posts you seem to have this idea that Tiger Woods is a pretty average ball striker from tour standards, "can't hit driver etc". Check this out. Tiger and Adam, exact same greens in regulation stats. Same number of holes, same percentage. 

 

http://www.pgatour.com/stats/stat.103.html

 

Tiger thumps him in proximity to the hole though, a full 105 spots better. 

 

http://www.pgatour.com/stats/stat.331.html

 

Don't take offence, this is all about personal preference and what you like to see in a swing. But to say Tiger 'doesn't win with his swing', when his ball striking stats are better than the player you suggested has 'perfect planes, powerful...' suggests some serious bias is going on.

post #70 of 218
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Originally Posted by Cracker24 View Post

 

You went for Adam Scott, right? And from the tone of your posts you seem to have this idea that Tiger Woods is a pretty average ball striker from tour standards, "can't hit driver etc". Check this out. Tiger and Adam, exact same greens in regulation stats. Same number of holes, same percentage. 

 

http://www.pgatour.com/stats/stat.103.html

 

Tiger thumps him in proximity to the hole though, a full 105 spots better. 

 

http://www.pgatour.com/stats/stat.331.html

 

Don't take offence, this is all about personal preference and what you like to see in a swing. But to say Tiger 'doesn't win with his swing', when his ball striking stats are better than the player you suggested has 'perfect planes, powerful...' suggests some serious bias is going on.

Okay Sean Foley.

post #71 of 218
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Okay Sean Foley.

 

10/10 rebuttal.

post #72 of 218

Dustin Johnson.....

 

And my second guy would be Jamie Sadlowski even though i know he's not a touring pro

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