“No one ever swung a golf club too slowly” wrote the great Bobby Jones….unfortunately, he was wrong. Take a look at these swings (hint, one of them is the current #1 player in the world and pound for pound one of the longest hitters to ever play) Tell me which swing is slow. (hint #2, […]
Here are some photos of a Power Whip user from the Chicago area. The darker photos with the Power Whip show the difference in his lag as he has a much better angle when using the Power Whip. Over time, I think John will really see a huge difference in distance with his increased lag. […]
Just did a great interview with Christof Appel: http://birdiebank.com/013-john-novosel-jr-the-top-players-in-the-world-share-this-tempo-trait/ His questions were great and I highly recommend checking out some of his other interviews!
24/8 seemed to be the tempo of choice from the WCG event at Doral. Winner Patrick Reed was 25/8. Donaldson was 26/8. Bubba was 24/8. also, the other winner at 24/8 last week was Chesson Hadley. The quick swinging Jason Dufner was 18/6….he gets to impact as those 4 guys get to the top of […]
3 of the 4 players in the playoff had the same tempo! Can you guess who was the slow one? The 3 that are the same: Rory McIlroy, Russell Henley and Russell Knox were all very quick at 20/7. Ryan Palmer was ‘slow’ by tour standards at 25/8. But, if you compare that to your […]
Tempo report from the Accenture World Match Play: Jason Day – 22/7 Victor Dubuisson – 20-7 Ernie Els – 24/9 Rickie Fowler – 22/7 They all lined up with the 3:1 ratio of Tour Tempo, that’s 3 parts backswing to 1 part downswing. The ‘old man’ Ernie Els was the only one who took more […]
The size on this thing is amazing, practically fits in your bag and very lightweight! Not much larger than a dozen balls! Fore more info check out: http://flightscope.com/products/flightscope-xi/
This question comes from one of readers: “Do you suggest maintaining that cup throughout the swing, or should I be looking to flatten out that wrist at some point. Thanks very much.” Here is my reply: Great Question! Their should be some flattening of the left wrist thru impact. This helps to lean the shaft […]