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On 10/22/2018 at 2:06 PM, nevets88 said:

So good.

More examples of how the right leg doesn't contribute much toward the "getting forward" or "turning" portion of the downswing.

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Whoa, Sir Charles, no hitch. Assuming this was recent. On the internet, no one knows the true timestamp.

 

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Michael Jordan, looks cramped post impact, more around, less up.

 

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Apparently I'm late to this one, this kid went viral 3 days ago. All bundled up with layers too.

 

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Cool thread! Love it! 😊

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10 hours ago, mvmac said:

 

There's reroute, and there's reroute. This is what Michael Jordan above I think is trying to do. beefed up Jim Furyk swing on steroids?

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My new swing model 😀

 

12 hours ago, nevets88 said:

There's reroute, and there's reroute. This is what Michael Jordan above I think is trying to do. beefed up Jim Furyk swing on steroids?

To me it's closer to Bubba's swing than Furyk. Furyk takes the hands a lot more, has more radial and doesn't turn his hips much. Wolff and Bubba don't set the wrists until late backswing, turn their hips, allow the lead heel to raise and "fly" the lead foot on the downswing. They also both bomb it.

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On 12/23/2018 at 12:32 PM, nevets88 said:

Michael Jordan, looks cramped post impact, more around, less up.

 

Jordan think he's a golf badass! There's a Cleveland radio host whose younger Brother played on Tour, was a club pro, played some mini tours, and just went around looking for a big money game. He could do this because he sunk every dime he had in the Microsoft IPO! 

Anyway, he ran into Jordan at some resort and they got a game up, for BIG money. If you know anything about Jordan, he's a gambling fool! It's why he had to go play minor league baseball for a couple of years. Even if he loses, he always wants to go again! So, this guy gives Jordan 3 a side and kicks his ass so bad that Jordan pays off the bet, chucks his clubs in the trunk, and leaves the course! 

On 12/25/2018 at 1:00 AM, mvmac said:

My new swing model 😀

Looks like a tiny Dustin Johnson to me! Clubface looking up at the sky at the top of the backswing, and really moving his body out of the way to avoid the snap hook! 

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Video changed this game so much.

 

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Wait, what are you doing? Stop! Ohhhhh. Ha ha.

 

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