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Shawn Kitchen
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PostPosted: Mon 15:58, 06 Dec 2010 Back to top

Hello Dariusz, I was watching some golf over the weekend, are there any pro golfers that you see or know of that are using this method? It appears to me that most all I have seen are really getting the club vertical in the BS. thoughts? Thanks Shawn
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PostPosted: Mon 18:04, 06 Dec 2010 Back to top

Shawn Kitchen wrote:
Hello Dariusz, I was watching some golf over the weekend, are there any pro golfers that you see or know of that are using this method? It appears to me that most all I have seen are really getting the club vertical in the BS. thoughts? Thanks Shawn


Hi Shawn, hope all is well !

It's a good question. While the Biokinetic GS Theory is real and, among others, based and verified on the procedure of finding common real denominators in the best ballstrikers' motions, unfortunately, I cannot find a single golfer who would be flawless in this regard.
And while the theory is directed rather to weekend hackers fulfilling Mr.Hogan's dream I would like very much to test my theories on a real playing pro (who struggles and have enough of the so-called 'conventional instruction'). Although it happened twice or three times that a real pro or +3 top amateur wrote to me informing that one of my concepts helped them (either DS or the grip or joints presets) it is far away to say that the theory has been verified on each level.

When I look at today's PGA pros I rarely see a good action - if yes, it is a part of the action as e.g. Furyk's downswing, Kuchar's backswing, McCarron's transition or McIlroy's foot work. However, if I am to choose one name overall that is the closest to the BGST ideal it would be this young Italian amateur Manassero, I guess.

Cheers


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PostPosted: Tue 3:54, 07 Dec 2010 Back to top

Dariusz, I have come to really appreciate your eye for the finer things in the Golf swing, and w/your info, I have found myself looking at all the different movements of the swing w/alot more understanding, Thank you for that. Back to the pro golfer, do you think maybe we all learned a certain "way" and that was almost unique to ourselves, that we have a really hard time trying to change because there WILL BE a sacrifice if the decision is made to "Throw it all out the window"? I told my wife awhile back that this is perfect for me, because I don't have the time right now to go play even 9 holes w/regularity, and I am starting up fresh from basically a 5 yr layoff. I swing the club inside sometimes 300 times a day (through out the day) just to get all this working for me. When I had to quit playing because of my family, I was still scoring really well, if I had made the decision to totally change everything it would have been VERY frustrating! I think that you have discovered the true secret of Mr. Hogan. It amazes me that we have not seen someone after all this time trying to do the same things Mr. Hogan himself was doing. How dominant do you think he would be w/todays equipment and the way in which the courses are maintained today?? Thanks Shawn
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PostPosted: Tue 8:49, 07 Dec 2010 Back to top

Shawn,

I think it is because my studies concern macroscale and treat human body the same for all golfers. IMO, it's the strongest point of it when watching at human body kinetics as well as applying simple physics but, simultaneously, can be the weakest if we take into account individual needs or expectations.
That's why I myself would like to underline as often as I can that the theory is more like a guidance tool than a real instruction (that no doubt should be more a microscale thing). Unfortunately, many people do not understand that.

As per Hogan in today's times - it is hard to tell really but personally I think he will dominate the field even more than in his prime on difficult courses (say, US Open range) while he could struggle much more on pampered courses where accuracy means surprisingly little.

Cheers
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