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Ok, so this golf thing is pretty hard.

backswing / transition / downswing question:

so i know theres 48,000 tips to improve swing dynamics such as:

a) twitch your left glute westward on impact

b) carry a bearded gecko named ralph in your golf bag

c) whistle your favorite Beiber song whence approaching the tee box.

but - i ve been watching alot of golf lately and i find that some pros rip the club back and tear into the downswing and some really float the club back and almost hang it there before going forward.

whats the pros and cons?

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Yeah, well you have learned one thing at least in life: golf ain't easy.  And join the large crowd who share this knowledge. Trial and error works for most of us, some even pay money for lessons. Learn what you can, and do what you like. Enjoy the fresh air and challenges of the small white ball.

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Hello Waldo - What I think is whether you swing real fast, real slow or somewhere in the middle,  you gotta have timing.  Yea there's a million tips that are very helpful, but you still gotta have timing.  Nick Price, a fast swinger is probably in and out of the grocery store in 10 minutes.  Jack Nicklaus probably takes 10 minutes in the fruit aisle alone.  But both have great timing.  I think you have to be yourself.  As the great commercial with Arnold Palmer says - " Swing your swing "

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