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Legs - Is Left Leg Straight Just a Beginner Thing?

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This is another good article from David Leadbetter about the power from the ground and force into the ground from the feet especially in transition being a big difference between pros and us...

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3 power moves the pros make that you don't.

 

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I’m out all day but once again don’t confuse feel and what we have measured and know to be true.

The trail leg doesn’t do much of anything. The feet don’t do much of anything. And I’ve never said the left knee “locks.”

You’re being vague and talking about stuff that has literally been to topic of dissertations.

If you have a specific question, theory, idea, etc. cool. Share it. But this far I don’t agree with much that you’ve said and think the scope is entirely too large.

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8 hours ago, iacas said:

I’m out all day but once again don’t confuse feel and what we have measured and know to be true.

The trail leg doesn’t do much of anything. The feet don’t do much of anything. And I’ve never said the left knee “locks.”

You’re being vague and talking about stuff that has literally been to topic of dissertations.

If you have a specific question, theory, idea, etc. cool. Share it. But this far I don’t agree with much that you’ve said and think the scope is entirely too large.

Feel the Force Erik, if you only knew the power of the Dark Side of Golf

 

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On 7/13/2019 at 5:47 AM, iacas said:

What's your point?

Feel ain't real. We know the trail leg doesn't do much during the downswing, and again we've never said the lead leg is "passive."

My buddy's former boss played college golf for Ohio State, so he was no slouch. His "feel" was that he started his downswing with his left shoulder. Yet, those of us watching saw his swing unfold from the ground up like most good swings! Yet, his "feel" served him well. He has a powerful game. 

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