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post #37 of 64
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Originally Posted by JetFan1983 View Post
 

I'm gonna say the right swing also. His right arm tends to fold ever-so-slightly in his lefty action. 

 

Total guess though :-D

 

It shouldn't be.

 

 

 

 

Clue: look at his belt. ;)

post #38 of 64
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Originally Posted by JetFan1983 View Post
 

I'm gonna say the right swing also. His right arm tends to fold ever-so-slightly in his lefty action. 

 

Total guess though :-D

 

It shouldn't be.

 

 

 

 

Clue: look at his belt. ;)

 

LOL, why you gotta take the glory away from me :-D

 

But great call though. That's a smart way to have figured it out. 

post #39 of 64
The right pic looks like Danny Nunnan on my iPhone.
post #40 of 64
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A little more work this morning on transition. These are starting to get pretty decent. Also, a little less roll in the release.

 


Edited by virtuoso - 5/28/14 at 12:34pm
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post #43 of 64

Amazing muscle control to be able to emulate Mac O Grady like that!

 

Do you have your own swing memorized and can go back to that anytime, while being able to emulate other people's swings?

post #44 of 64

Cool stuff. Now you just need a line on the brim of your hat and the short shorts ;-)

 

 

 

BTW, shaft on the downswing looking better, like the practice move you're feeling

post #45 of 64
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post
 

Cool stuff. Now you just need a line on the brim of your hat and the short shorts ;-)

 

 

 

BTW, shaft on the downswing looking better, like the practice move you're feeling

 

WOW!!!  Those shorts are seexxxyyy.....

post #46 of 64
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Originally Posted by Lihu View Post
 

Amazing muscle control to be able to emulate Mac O Grady like that!

 

Do you have your own swing memorized and can go back to that anytime, while being able to emulate other people's swings?

 

If I can get Mac's 1986-1990 swing memorized, I'll leave mine forever!

post #47 of 64
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Trying to keep my left arm straighter form P8 to P9. Rest of this swing sucked.

 

 

Anyone know how to just paste the pic in here so it shows up without having to open the attachment?

post #48 of 64
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Trying to keep my left arm straighter form P8 to P9. Rest of this swing sucked.

 

Test2a.PNG 950k .PNG file

 

Anyone know how to just paste the pic in here so it shows up without having to open the attachment?

 

There's a little picture icon next to the text formatting buttons. Press that button, and it will open a dialog box where you can include the image.

 

post #49 of 64
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Thanks Lihu, but that has to be linked to a URL, correct? It can't just be a jpg.

post #50 of 64
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Thanks Lihu, but that has to be linked to a URL, correct? It can't just be a jpg.


You can upload an image if it is < 10MB.

post #51 of 64
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Thanks Lihu, but that has to be linked to a URL, correct? It can't just be a jpg.


When you hit that icon a dialog box will open that will prompt you to upload your image from where you keep it locally (the containing folder on your computer) to the server.

post #52 of 64
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Anyone know how to just paste the pic in here so it shows up without having to open the attachment?

I fixed it in the post for you, but you just have to make sure it is the right file type... I just downloaded it, re-saved it as a jpeg, and re posted it.

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Thanks guys!

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Down range angle this morning:

 

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