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"The Stack and Tilt Swing: The Definitive Guide..." by Andy Plummer and Mike Bennett


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44 minutes ago, SemperFi said:

I have been going to Golf Tec a couple years.  My  first teacher left in March and I took a instructor who was much more organized and has begun to take me step by step. Now he is leaving and I had just signed up for a year because I was excited to have him.  Anyway the owner teaches Stack and Tilt and said he would take me on even though his schedule is busy.

Any opinions on Stack and Tilt from experienced people here.  I ask as this thread is older. Also, I had a pro analyze my swing after I bought, "The Hanger" online. (It was part of the package), and his opinion was that Stack and Tilt was ineffective.  I struggle with consistency. Handicap 28.

 

 

I follow Ayumi Hori on Instagram, she teaches S&T, not really giving an opinion, but you can see for yourself the progression of students using the method, might be enlightening.

https://www.instagram.com/ayumihorigolf/

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I follow Ayumi Hori on Instagram, she teaches S&T, not really giving an opinion, but you can see for yourself the progression of students using the method, might be enlightening. https://www.

Great book, read most of it the day that I bought it from Borders. I also have the DVD's and think the book is an excellent supplement to them. I had trouble understanding some of the points in the

I am fully committed to the S&T; cause but if I'm completely honest, I feel the book needed many more photos and illustrations, and probably half the text. Explaining the golf swing in words is ne

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  • Stack and Tilt, done "properly," can be a good motion for people.
  • Unfortunately, many people don't really teach it properly. They'll exaggerate and honestly kinda pervert certain parts of it. Specifically, I don't love:
    • Weight forward. Often overdone, even during the backswing. This reduces dynamic motion and shot height.
    • Hands in. This often results in a trapped/stuck trail elbow.

I don't know about your age, limitations, etc. But if you're still a 28… and you've been working really hard, and spending a lot of money, I'd really start to ask if you're getting value out of any of this. Maybe it's time to find something other than your current instructors, as even the one you liked has you almost never even breaking 100. Right?

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3 hours ago, iacas said:

Well…

  • Stack and Tilt, done "properly," can be a good motion for people.
  • Unfortunately, many people don't really teach it properly. They'll exaggerate and honestly kinda pervert certain parts of it. Specifically, I don't love:
    • Weight forward. Often overdone, even during the backswing. This reduces dynamic motion and shot height.
    • Hands in. This often results in a trapped/stuck trail elbow.

I don't know about your age, limitations, etc. But if you're still a 28… and you've been working really hard, and spending a lot of money, I'd really start to ask if you're getting value out of any of this. Maybe it's time to find something other than your current instructors, as even the one you liked has you almost never even breaking 100. Right?

I overdid the weight forward bit, head tips forward from the get go, it's still in my swing albeit less now, still something I work on (can be seen in full glory in my swing thread).

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