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  1. Phil did express his arthritis issues with everyone very openly and we all had to watch it affect him. Gary Woodland was twisting his wrist on Saturday almost the entire round because he "hurt it." Why doesn't he get the boo ho? Give me a break Phan. Of course many others have injuries...the difference, they don't have the camera on them every single damn second they take a step. I'm sorry but the 80th player in the world wincing on an injury isn't news and we don't SEE IT on camera. But when Tiger winces in pain, bring out the cameras everyone because it's the hottest news right n
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  2. the only thing is tiger plays trough an injury and nearly wins and has won also. Stop picking at the guy. still leads the way. And doubt if he will loose his no.1 position. Why is Scott having a great season with 1 major and 1 PGA win? Tiger has won 5 times this season and was right there in 3 out of 4 majors. It's not that i'm a big fan off Tiger but He just is the best player out there. STOP HATING the guy and enjoy him play golf
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  3. What a question! First off, I think golfers improve more by trying to identify and improve their priority piece rather than buying into a method. To your question, it's tough to compare Hogan, MORAD, TGM, 5SK, Waite/Mayo because it's an evolution. Hogan's "fundamentals" are basically "this is how I swing". TGM attempts to apply science to the golf swing and begins to classify the components of golf so that they can be categorized into a measurable, workable swing model. MORAD is an investigation of how the body conforms to the geometry required to hit a ball. It buil
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  4. The other part about this is that, with consistent use at least, then you will likely end up getting more spin off of fresh conforming grooves rather than older non-conforming grooves. I know this is the case for me, as I had a Vokey wedge from a few years before the groove change and I can't get near the spin from that as I do my current wedges. That being said, it's likely time for me to get new wedges again in the next year or two since I am starting to see little nicks and indents in the face, as well as having tried some of the new wedges. I don't really need the spin itself, but my wedge
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  5. Yes, pretty much. You'll add a little turn to the backswing, but keep this feeling along with a little more #2 on the downswing.
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  6. Spare us, please. People who think that their opinions are fact are 100% wrong. That is a fact. (You do this a lot and it is old and tiresome)
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  7. 140 yard par 3, knew it was good as soon as I hit it. Admittedly I thought the pin was holding the ball out when I was walking up to the green. Annoying but can't really complain! Would have been only my second ever hole in one too.
    1 point
  8. I would love to see how you'd handle having a back spasm during a round of golf. I'm sure you'd be stoic and just play on without showing it at all. You speak with such utter ignorance of how truly painful something like this is.
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  9. No one said you had to read and comment on anyone's swing thread. Comments like these add zero value to the thread.
    1 point
  10. Golf is about controlling the ball. When I have my best rounds (130-140's) it's when I am playing to my game. Playing a controlled shank draw and trying not to 4 putt.
    1 point
  11. Actually the case for Jack has been reduced to 5 characters: 18>14
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  12. actually, the word greatest does not imply the question is only asking " who's best between them"... better, would have been a better choice of word, lol.
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  14. Cheers men, everything went according to plan-ish, he went 1 up through 11 and gave it a bit of the old fist pump (bad move) I quickly turned up the heat and won 2&1, we had a beer in the bar afterwards and aside from a few awkward moments it was fine. :)
    1 point
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