Oh the coincidence!!!
I was hoping that this person was either
1) Someone who didn't like something and was not over it yet.
2) Someone off their meds
3) Someone who sincerely had bad communication skills
but I'm going with
4) Someone making this shinola up and having a good laugh about it.
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Don't you just hate it when you need to work your butt off for 6 plus years, go in front of a panel of your 'superiors' to defend your life's work in 3 hours? Then someone else just takes one evening, with a free dinner to boot, to get "the same thing"?
Sounds like when someone rolls their ball over in the fairway/rough while you practiced hard to hit from non-perfect lies. But hey, writ'in 100 books takes time too....
A little light just went on in my head. I can see how this topic is a good analogy to the golf swing.
They do have the benefit of access to whatever teachers they need. Constantly refining and attempting to find ways to add distance is a big part of what I imagine those teachers can do. I also think professionals hit the ball harder and swing faster, but have the ability and practice to hit it flush at those speeds + power.
I imagine a teacher could take me from my current distance to something longer if they worked with me for over a year and changed how I swing.
@impactswing, please answer the question
And this one: how can Jamie Sadlowski hit the ball 328 yards without really using his hips (from his knees) if there's nothing more to distance than being 45°+ with your hips at impact?
... and you quit your job and work on that new swing every day. For us amateurs, just think if you didn't have to get in your car and drive to work every day, an only get to play golf when you have a few spare hours every week. Get up, hit the course or range for a full days work on that new swing. Work on it tomorrow the same way. For weeks, then months at a time. Yeah, we'd all have tremendous golf game & length given that amount of practice time ... maybe not PGA caliber depending on inherent talent, but sick game nonetheless.
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