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CMP Challenge #001 - Pitch Four Balls at Once

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For some reason YouTube doesn't want to process this...here's a VIMEO. Got 3 (2 got up, 1 was basically bladed) on the first pass and got all 4 on the second and third attempt. There was plenty of

Not sure why I decided to set the camera up so close...

About a 25-30 yard swing. First swing felt clunky with the fourth ball, second swing felt better. With the third swing the fourth ball went way left No change in pitching technique, just made sure

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Nice!  So I guess it's cold AND dark up there in Wisconsin!

Yeah, either that or I was just too lazy to turn all the lights on.

In some indoor places with fluorescent lights, if I film a 240fps, it has a seizure inducing strobe effect.  So darkness isn't so bad!

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Stripper knees.

I should write a book and start a website with **********10 FREE VIDEOS**********

"Learn the one mistake that is costing you 2, 4, 6 even 20 strokes around the greens!"

"Learn how to engage your stripper knees and add up to 20 yards to your green side pitches!"

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Just been trying to find out if there is a standing world record for this....not that i can find, however there is a record for number of golf balls fitted in your mouth (its five). Must be someone up for the challenge (hitting them, not eating them) :-P

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was reviewing quickie pitching video and reminded me of this older challenge - just wanted to give it a bump to see if there were anyone interested trying

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Wow, 2014! Time flies...

This would probably be easier now than it was for me seven years ago.

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