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tonycarnevale

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About tonycarnevale

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  1. Remember when they came stock with ys6 or ys+? dont you think your getting a better value out of that than something that a club manufacture paints? Does everyone on here work for club companies or....
  2. I was just using the video as an example of what I was talking about. I was making my comments mainly off my own experience with drivers and shafts.
  3. I came across this video on youtube. I play a Diamana whiteboard, which is an after market shaft. I can't believe how little effort is put into these made for shafts. It seems to me that there needs to be more industry regulations and standards. I also heard that loft tolerances for Taylormade clubs is +/- 1.5 degrees. So a 9 degree driver is anywhere from 7.5-10.5 degrees. And a stiff shaft is anywhere better a regular and an x-stiff. With this whats even the point of having a driver fitting unless you get the club+shaft properly measured after wards?
  4. I have the spinner shafts in my cg15 dsg 54, 58 and 62. I like them alot and definitely see a lower trajectory even with a softer feel. If you hit it high the ball won't suck back when it hits the green because it has run out of spin by the time it hits the green. I think this is the big difference. I notice a hair more check with pitch shots from ~20 yards even. I definitely recommend them especially if you currently have a mis-match of wedges/ wedge shafts.
  5. By the way good job taking your time to learn properly. Its really tough to make big swing changes once you have been playing a while. Check this out and you may be able to get a free lesson from your local PGA pro. http://www.playgolfamerica.com/index.cfm?action=flm Hope this helps as well and best of luck!
  6. I just played a tourney actually at Portsmouth, is it semi-private or private?
  7. Yes, he bumps to the left side. From the video above, even though you can't really break it down because theres not enough frames, it looks to me that he is opening his hips torwards the target before the club gets to the top. I don't see how your comment is relevent regarding the drill I thought would be helpful...
  8. Yeah, I had heard that about Shaker. I guess it got bought for 3.2M which I think is really chaep for that place.
  9. I say ban. A golf club is something that is help in your hands only, not your hands and belly. It adds a fixed point to be swung from and I don't thats right. In my opinion it has nothing to do with weather or not the putter helps the players or not. They make the max length of a club 48" I believe and the guys on tour arn't using the max length. There are rules in place to protect the game; and the additional point of contact should be banned not just the length of the putter.
  10. Tons of potential! here's what I'm seeing. The club is getting way to inside way to fast. This means that you have to make a different motion from when you start taking the club back to when you finally get it to the top. Try keeping the club out in front of your more on the back swing. You can check this by making sure the butt of to club is pointing towards your stomach rather than the target. PM me if your not sure what I mean and best of luck.
  11. Looks to me that when your making your backswing your moving your weight to the outside of your back foot. Weight transfer should be a bi-product of making a good turn and the weight should turn into the inside of your back foot. Also, shoulders, knees and feet should parallel with target not just feet and clubface. Have someone watch to at address to check this for you. I hope this helps you and good luck!
  12. I think the best drill you can do is the drill tiger hated more than any other and that is taking the club to the top, then pausing, then hitting the ball. This will help you transition better. the lower body is starting the down swing before you get the club to the top. Try that drill and see if it helps you! Looks like your set up is pretty well tuned.
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