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Date Posted: 08:18:50 03/13/15 Fri
Author: David Lake
Subject: Re: Video
In reply to: Brian 's message, "Video" on 05:04:02 03/13/15 Fri


The links below are to YouTube videos that are perfect examples of the ideal swing in slow motion. Just copy and paste the links in your browser:



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[> Re: Video -- Brian, 03:37:31 03/14/15 Sat

Thank you David but I'm afraid that if you said that to use the 1 iron clubs successfully one only has to swing like Tiger Woods your sales would not be as healthy. He is the one of the 1 in 300 that gets the club parallel to the ground at the top of his backswing, I'm one of the other 299! A video with you demonstrating the swing would be so much better and if it included the what not to do's it would be a real winner.

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[> [> Re: Video -- David Lake, 11:41:00 03/14/15 Sat

The vast majority of golfers cannot come close to bringing a club to parallel at the top of their backswing, and frankly, it is not necessary to do so. What is important is that that the torso, shoulders, and arms are fully stretched (maintaining a straight left arm) at the top regardless of how far back you can take the club.

The videos presented show the ideal swing to perfection and you can ignore the fact that Tiger Woods has extreme flexibility.

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[> [> [> Re: Video -- Mike Kaplan, 14:50:24 03/15/15 Sun

I have for the last year also been hoping for a video reflecting the very upright posture, with the ball close to the feet and the center stance ball position to get a better grasp of your recommended swing techniques for these clubs.

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