Indeed. I guess my priority will become hip turn. Get the sway out!
I don't know what "stack and tilt" are, having run into and avoided it so far. I'm sticking with the 5 SK's/Bobby Clampett system. To me it is a system, or part of a system. I think they are saying the same thing. In fact, I think most golf instruction has the basics the same. Those who don't are trying a long cut back to the original. There are no short cuts. There never are. I may not know golf, but I'm sure of this one.
And thanks for reminding me...
Could you elaborate on the other pieces which address impact? Thanks.
Watched this too. Good find
At the last few mins Snead gives Lewis a lesson and tells him his grip is too strong
He likes to take money from an opponent with a strong grip and fast swing
Times have really changed
He's definitely got the drive, but abilities and persistence can't fight through injuries that won't go away. He's been one of the most driven people on the Tour for many years, but the last 10 years has been a story of injury, recovery, return, injury.
The interesting part is that the injuries and problems seems to return after he's started playing on the Tour again. He's got many rounds of golf on private courses before he returns, but something apparently changes on the Tour, possibly going faster and harder. What works and doesn't aggravate his injuries in practice is changed during Tour play, making him hurt himself more easily. His body might be in a state where he can play without injuries when he's relaxed and not going as hard after it, but once the stakes are out, he can't control it. That could mean he's always on the edge of what his body can take, and is dependent on being able to hold back on the tour.