Tiger’s “big round.”
Every time he does something like this people are going to say he’s back. Forgive me for holding him to a higher standard, but he won’t be back until he wins a major. That is his standard, not mine.
You can say putting, mental, etc., but when he has consistent control of his swing, he wins majors, because it allows him to focus on short game and short game practice.
I still see his left arm not rotating properly with his body, which is now the central theory in my view of the swing. In the very near future, I am going to make a video that should be the root of all golf instruction. Regardless of swing model and swing system, everyone should do what I describe in the video.
I am going to launch the new website with the video, so be patient, as I don’t know when it will be done. I will talk about my “swing system” (LOL…sellout) and the verbiage tomorrow in more detail. I think you will all find this video informative and exciting as it makes perfect sense and is easy to understand…and the name of my system will be literal.
I want to take the time to acknowledge one of the great men in history that has gone mostly unnoticed.
Lynn “Buck” Compton died this last Friday. He was a hero of mine. He played baseball with Jackie Robinson at UCLA, he fought at the Battle of the Bulge with the 101st Airborne (He was portrayed in the HBO series Band of Brothers) and after the war, he became a lawyer and was the lead prosecutor of Sirhan Sirhan (Robert Kennedy’s assassin).
I have never met him and that makes me sad. This is a true Renaissance man and a true hero.