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GolfZoner
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PostPosted: Mon 13:10, 17 Jan 2011 Back to top

Thanks for the latest blog Dariusz on the Coronal Plane. Had a good round again last Saturday and only two weeks to before the clubbies.
Now like most things covered in your excellent technology and forum Dariusz the Coronal plane is critical, on reflection I see most high handicappers lose the mainteance of this aspect and lose their tush line, me included sometimes. I am not sure if you have covered this but can you please explain the ultimate posture and set up to help ensure this. One present day eccentric golf pro that you have vision of in one your uploads mentions that the pelvis should be under; meaning the crotch should point upward the butt pointing down ( so to speak ). I have tried this and this seems to put a little more weight on the heels and sometimes if I have it right I get the weight correctly on the right heel on the backswing and maintain my tush line.
I hope you can follow my logic and recommend the ideal set and posture.
Thanks Mate.
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PostPosted: Mon 18:21, 17 Jan 2011 Back to top

John, putting the pelvis under would definitely help to set the weight more towards heels, however, the question is if it's not make the whole motion too rigid (if I may use this word) and, consequently, not optimally dynamic in the pelvis area.
Besides even if we set up this way it is very probable that the hips reverse this tendency already during the backswing (of course I reject the situation of having a conscious thought all the motion).
IMO, in one sentence, the most important thing that condition a proper distribution of mass in the coronal plane is diagonality of the stance in conjunction with building the fim rear side from the ground up that create torques that lead the linear pelvis shift towards the lead ankle (where the vertical axis of downswing body rotation is located). If one feels the momentum that the above gives to the body and feel strong when rotating the body at this axis - there is almost a 100% guarantee that his tush line is being maintained correctly and one's weight distribution in both sagittal and coronal planes is totally OK.

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PostPosted: Mon 21:32, 17 Jan 2011 Back to top

Got it.
Thanks, D.
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PostPosted: Sun 13:20, 23 Jan 2011 Back to top

G'Day Dariusz, hitting the ball fairly well and hopefully by time the first round of the club championships start next week my biokinetic golf swing will seem natural and effort less. However whilst I agree with the importance of the diagonal stance, as you are aware I have been toying with my set up and feel when I hit a good shot my weight is more on my heels at set up with my shoulders appearing pulled back a little. I am sure this assists with staying within the coronal plane.

I had a good look at Hogan's set up in one of my golf books and printed your photo of him in the coronal plane blog. He appears more upright with legs less bent than mine.

On viewing my swing recently do think I am on the right track working on this set up and posture.
Thanks in advance.
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PostPosted: Sun 15:20, 23 Jan 2011 Back to top

John, the microscale proportions of people, although viewed the same in macroscale, are different. Some of us can have CoG located a bit lower, some a bit higher; some have more mass in the pelvis area, some in the chest area, some may have shorter legs, some longer in relation to the overall height. Remember, please, that the BGST and the concepts are just like a macroscale biophysical guidance that every golf player should take into account.
Therefore, you are doing the most correct thing when toying with macroscale concept and adjusting to your "microscale world", if I may say this way. I am sure that such an analytic person as you are will succeed easier than you think in achieving your goals in the future, and maybe even in the nearest future Wink

Keeping my fingers cross for you, my friend !

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PostPosted: Mon 13:51, 24 Jan 2011 Back to top

Really appreciate your interest and feedback Dariusz. I am sure I found my cog when, as I stated when my knees seem a little forward, and not too bent; if a plumb bob was dropped down from them would bisect the middle of my feet. My shoulders seemingly need to be pulled back a little( not too hunched) and a diagonal stance

When all these elements are in place I turn balanced within the correct criteria of the biokinetical golf swing.

I really feel as if it I now a natural swing using your technology.
Thank you again for your knowledge and interest.
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PostPosted: Mon 17:27, 24 Jan 2011 Back to top

Hello John, just wanted to wish you well in your club championships, I will be watching for some updates! Shawn
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PostPosted: Mon 21:53, 24 Jan 2011 Back to top

Much appreciate your sentiments Shawn.
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PostPosted: Sun 18:57, 06 Feb 2011 Back to top

How did things in the tournament go, John ?

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PostPosted: Sun 21:56, 06 Feb 2011 Back to top

Dariusz, we had 17" of snow here in OKlahoma on tuesday, I don't remember where John lives in Australia but I know there was a good size cyclone on the north east coast earlier this week. saying all that I have been wondering the same thing... how everything went for John. Shawn
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PostPosted: Sun 22:17, 06 Feb 2011 Back to top

Ohhh...I hope everything is OK with him.

As regards snow, we have it since late November here in Poland Sad

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