(I have ideas for a dozen or so new videos and will be filming them this week)
I know I am prone to rants, but it is just so frustrating to see so many things I know just aren’t correct.
Tiger’s swing-if that one drive he hit where the club went flying 20 yards down the fairway isn’t evidence he is stuck from a shoulder turn that is too vertical, then I don’t know what is.
A fade is bad. Must come inside out and hit draw. Mongo like candy-I am trying to rebuild the game of a two time PGA tour winner who let the culture convince him that he needed to hit a draw to get I the next level and win a major. I wonder what that change would do to a 10 handicap…or the 25 who saw on a Trackman he was 1* out to in and told he can’t hit a push draw from there?
Lag-at least I feel I am having a small success in my attempt to obliterate this meaningless concept. The funny part is the more I learn, the more I find out I was wrong about lag. It is even more meaningless and destructive to pursue than I had thought.
Positive angle of attack-this will replace lag as the most destructive pursuit in golf. If most golfers don’t do a very good job of getting off their right side, what is trying to hit up on the ball going to do?
Never mind that many of the longest hitters in golf (including myself in the 90’s) have negative AoA. It’s just like lag as an SAT question. Long hitters have lag and positive AoA, so creating lag and positive AoA makes you hit it far.
Those of you who answered true are going to community college and are going to hit drives 60 yards off line in both directions..