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PostPosted: Thu 20:01, 28 Feb 2013 Back to top

Hi Dariusz:
Thank you for the Hogan GIF's...very informative....and I was able (I think)to copy the move from the top...its really nothing more than as your right elbow hits the right hip it stays there and rides the body to the finish??? Is that what you see.

Also...today was the first time I hit my driver with the diagonal stance and I noticed that I was more comfortable and hit better with a more narrow stance...also as I pulled my right foot back I could see the in to out swing pattern much better......actually everything was easier...also ball flight was far straighter...with a slight draw. This make sense to you?
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PostPosted: Thu 20:29, 28 Feb 2013 Back to top

Peter,

Yes and yes.

Concerning Hogan's move from the top, if it appears your RoM is similarily big -- I want to see it. You may become a sensation.

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PostPosted: Thu 21:56, 28 Feb 2013 Back to top

Yeah...if only:)

But today at the range I was able to hit balls "well" with my average ROM...using grip, diagonal stance, CW foot/ankle pressure, open hips, initiated the swing with a triggered compression to the the top...transition was allowing my right elbow to drop to my right hip and then had my body ride it to the finish...it actually seemed very doable unless I am missing something which is quite possible...
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PostPosted: Fri 1:55, 01 Mar 2013 Back to top

Hi Dariusz
Any thoughts on lie angles......I use to think it was very important but I have heard that a good golfer can hit the middle of the club no matter what it is....2 up or 2 down..
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PostPosted: Fri 11:24, 01 Mar 2013 Back to top

vision54 wrote:
Hi Dariusz
Any thoughts on lie angles......I use to think it was very important but I have heard that a good golfer can hit the middle of the club no matter what it is....2 up or 2 down..


I think lie angles should match the optimal action. Even if someone is able to match the motion to angles it is always too much conscious compensations. It is best to determine it.

With the BGST, I noticed on my own example, that not only lie angles should be smaller (clubheads bent flatter) but also the dispersion tighter. I am thinking it is because the motion is very consistently similar no matter the club.

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PostPosted: Mon 2:32, 04 Mar 2013 Back to top

Hi Dariusz

When I as looking at your swing it looks like you straighten your trailing leg on the backswing...did I see that correctly?
When you torque your right ankle and knee....do you consciously maintain that torque to the top or do you just set it and forget it?
It also seems like you say that if you are torqued well to the top the downswing unfolds naturally...but you have also said that you must begin the downswing from the ground up...

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PostPosted: Mon 10:43, 04 Mar 2013 Back to top

Peter,

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When I as looking at your swing it looks like you straighten your trailing leg on the backswing...did I see that correctly?


The rear leg should straighten because hips are moving on a slanted path.
It must not straighten to the end and lock. Now, the beauty of rear knee joint preset is that it is impossible to achieve full extension because of torques applied. One does not need to worry about the issue any more. It's automatic.

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When you torque your right ankle and knee....do you consciously maintain that torque to the top or do you just set it and forget it?


Set and forget, of course.

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It also seems like you say that if you are torqued well to the top the downswing unfolds naturally...but you have also said that you must begin the downswing from the ground up...


Yes, of course. And it does from the ground up, however one does not feel it is happening that way BECAUSE REL:EASING TORQUES IN JOINTS HAPPENS AUTOMATICALLY. It produces the linear motion and the rotary part happens as a direct derivative of it. All is automatic.

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PostPosted: Mon 14:49, 04 Mar 2013 Back to top

Hi
terrific...so even at the top you just transition almost subconsciously because if you are torqed properly the correct sequence will happen...
that is such a benefit because it can eliminate all conscious thought after you are set correctly...

and we should experiment with the amount of diagonal stance? When watching your swing (very nice BTW) it looked like you were closed but not that much..

Peter
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PostPosted: Mon 14:56, 04 Mar 2013 Back to top

Yes, Peter.

We all have to experiment with the diagonality of the stance. I used to have a bigger one (i.e. feet line more closed and the difference between it and hips line much biger) when I kept my rear foot perpendicular to the target line.
With aging and bigger belly I got I decided to toy with adapting rear foot flare which ensured an excessive inside path if my rear foot was dragged back too much.

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