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  2. Just seems ironic Mayo talks about critiquing being bad when that's completely how he established himself, posting videos on youtube quoting big names in golf and saying how they were wrong. Yet apparently now he's not ok with that? Funny how that works
  3. Mayo was all on the attack when he was trying to climb the ranks but people seem to think he can't be subject to the same attacks he dished out? That's not logical.
  4. I don't think that video was made by Damon and there are many other people critical of Mayo, such as http://jeffygolf.com/showthread.php?1301-Trackman-Maestro-and-Pat-Perez&p;=11527#post11527
  5. Anyone seen this, it was on twitter I think
  6. WTF is up with her left arm in that pic... This might be off-topic, but I don't really get an instructor hitting an iron off a tee to show something...
  7. How are you guys defining inline? As in swinging on the elbow plane?
  8. Most common problem with AMs is being steep. Either they EE to make up for it and this leads to it's own set of problems, or they don't and are just really steep and get a poor flight. Haven't seen many if any players that have a shallow approach without EE that aren't good strikers.
  9. That dude isn't hitting the ball anywhere either. If that ball goes 250 I'm surprised. It's like the least dynamic swing I've ever seen. All this looks to me is that he set up less closed, and thus the typical wipey motion results in more of a fade. I feel like instead of correcting the swing dynamics the average hacker has, this swing just pre-sets them into such a closed position, that they can make their same crappy motion and have it be ok at impact.
  10. If you're carrying it 225, why do you play an x100 in a driver
  11. Can you show us anyone that hits the ball reasonably far with this approach? All you've shown so far is a bunch of really low SS players. All of them have been extremely wipey so it's not really a shock that setting up super closed would help them hit it higher and farther. I feel like showing impact pictures for this swing methodology is kinda silly too because the method is literally about pre-setting an impact position at address, so obviously impact is going to look better. The question is, what are the actual numbers in terms of path, launch and etc. If we get people into a good looking i
  12. Tour guys have enough speed where they aren't worried about maxing out their distance at the expense of some accuracy. Lower spin lofts go further, but obviously also make it easier to tilt the spin axis. Hitting up is more and more important as someone's SS goes down generally, but I guess if you're a high SS player(let's say 110+) and want to hit it further, you could also focus on it. Some players run into trouble with consistent contact if they get far away from 0, like +3 and higher(and conversely the same thing for really negative), but it's pretty hard for most to achieve that positive
  13. I've read most of this thread, and your not a 300 yard consistent driver. And if you are I feel bad for you, because your not smart enough to score better than 90, after hitting 300 yard drives on average, and 80 percent being straight. Wow you must have alignment troubles! Can't wait till next year when your on tour! Man when you nut it, it must be at least 350?!
  14. What were your spin numbers like? Is your current set up optimized? Whats your swing speed? You should definitely get your driver set up how you like, not just the draw-fade aspect, the launch(high) and spin(low).
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