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  1. 👌...He told me about that. I didn't know they were $40 though. Oh well, that's 1/2 the price of a green topo book...🤷‍♂️
  2. It's going to cost $120 for an 1 1/2 hr. private Aimpoint lesson. That's what we're gonna do.
  3. I will go this route then. I am waiting on a call back from a level 3 instructor from Roseville, Ca. I will let you know what he says.
  4. I've been buying the Strackaline combo books. The price of yardage/green book combo is $125, and yardage only is $29-$47. A guy on Youtube was saying you should only buy the yardage book, and spend the $78-$96 you save on learning Aimpoint. Any thoughts?
  5. I stand corrected on this topic. A couple months ago we had my son fitted for new wedges, so I ended up trying out the ones we replaced. A Vokey 58* and Cleveland 50* wedges. I was amazed how good the feel is. I, (just like you said), ended up with only 13 clubs. I replaced (2) square strikes, and a C31 wedge. The (2) clubs I use now have so many more options than the (3) I replaced. Also the spin with these is much more than the SS. Bunker shots land and stop or rollout very little now compared to the C31. Bump and runs I just use anything from a PW-7I depending on the situation. For those th
  6. Yeah, exactly. So why the "oh I've taken his classes and never heard of the different setups for different abilities" response then, when I said I watched a video of him showing exactly what you just said. It's like asking a 20 HC to score the same as you. I don't know how to do what you're asking. Besides, read my last post. The guy who took the class even says now, that he has different setups for beginners, or less flexible people, which is exactly what I said I watched in the video.
  7. No it isn't. Gimme a break. I watched some videos of Jim's out of curiosity, and one of them was him demonstrating a beginner, intermediate, and his own advanced player setup. Why the hell would I make that up. Again, if it's that important to you or anyone else here, go find it yourself. Don't ask me again because I didn't spend as much time watching his videos, as I have trying to convince you and someone else what I watched.
  8. Took me less than 5 minutes to find the video. If your so passionate about it, why don't you go spend a few minutes and copy the whatever, to the paste, to the link. Probably take you less time than you spent with that post. Burden of proof on me?
  9. He rotates after he hits the ball. Try keeping your body still like he does. It's not that easy. It goes against everything you want to do.
  10. I don't know how to link. All I did was google Jim's swing and found 10-15 short video lessons from him. If that's to much trouble for you, then forget it. Also, you can definitely hit it fat with his swing. Out of curiosity from this thread, I found his videos, and tried it at the range. Hit it fat a few times. I think, because as a "rotational" swinger, I instinctively want to start the downswing with the "rotation" of the my body. With Jim's preload set up, by doing that my club would just dump straight to the ground. I only tried 20 or so swings. It was almost screwing up my own swing beca
  11. Yep. Watched several of his videos on youtube, and one of them was him demonstrating the 3 different setups, and swings.
  12. I hope you all realize that Jim has (3) different variations of this swing based on the students ability. Even he says he uses the "advanced" version, because he doesn't have trouble coming from the inside.
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