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3 hours ago, iacas said:

 

Maybe ‘farther’ is the myth. I say this in that when I’m practicing I will make slower backswings and definitely hit the ball better, thus farther than when I’m going 100%. My contact and timing works out better. But when my timing is well I certainly see taking the club back at steady and deliberate pace gives me the best distance.

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13 minutes ago, Vinsk said:

Maybe ‘farther’ is the myth. I say this in that when I’m practicing I will make slower backswings and definitely hit the ball better, thus farther than when I’m going 100%. My contact and timing works out better. But when my timing is well I certainly see taking the club back at steady and deliberate pace gives me the best distance.

It’s not true for all. Hideki, for example.

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Most players benefit from making is faster (not uncontrollably so) backswing.

That is the biggest part for me. Right now, controllable "feels" slow. It would be interesting to actually time the difference. It might be 1/3rd of a second or something stupidly short.

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