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  • Darren Klie - replied to the topic 'The Natural Swing Motion,' in the forum.
    Danny B wrote:
    And part 2 so you can finish hearing the Snead reference

    youtu.be/jYQvGyTwjVU

    I believe Faldo went from hitting his first ball at 14 yrs of age to playing in the Ryder cup at 21yrs of age.
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  • Darren Klie thanks user 'djb866' in the forum message ' The Natural Swing Motion,'.
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  • Darren Klie thanks user 'djb866' in the forum message ' The Natural Swing Motion,'.
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  • Darren Klie - replied to the topic 'Year 4, and counting' in the forum.
    Jim Franks wrote:
    Yes, it was productive. I had a super early trip that day (I got up at 2 AM) and should have come home and gone to bed, but my brain wasn't ready yet. I decided to burn up some coffee and nervous energy with a range session.

    I liked that the extra...

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  • GiveUpControl thanks user 'djb866' in the forum message ' The Natural Swing Motion,'.
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  • GiveUpControl thanks user 'djb866' in the forum message ' The Natural Swing Motion,'.
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  • Paul - replied to the topic 'Using your swing/Formulas for success' in the forum.
    Jim T wrote:
    Was reading some of Kelvins stuff and thinking about my move a bit. Decided to try and implement a bs in which the club was light or unloaded at the top combined with a big lower body drive and drive hold release thinking I might improve what I...

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  • Jim Franks - replied to the topic 'Year 4, and counting' in the forum.
    Yes, it was productive. I had a super early trip that day (I got up at 2 AM) and should have come home and gone to bed, but my brain wasn't ready yet. I decided to burn up some coffee and nervous energy with a range session.

    I liked that the extra...
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  • Jim T - replied to the topic 'Using your swing/Formulas for success' in the forum.
    Was reading some of Kelvins stuff and thinking about my move a bit. Decided to try and implement a bs in which the club was light or unloaded at the top combined with a big lower body drive and drive hold release thinking I might improve what I...
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  • SweetChills - replied to the topic 'Opposing Hands Golfswing by Diz/MH' in the forum.
    No thanks, I'll pass. Beside your suggestion being a golf class 101 topic you're too creepy for my liking.
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  • Darren Klie - replied to the topic 'Opposing Hands Golfswing by Diz/MH' in the forum.
    SweetChills wrote:
    Darren Klie wrote:
    SweetChills wrote:
    I would enjoy hearing in a Tube video what Porter has to say about his overall golf swing- which is a chip off the old block. Good stuff. :)

    Yes young Porter is super flexible as kids are...as a result he can maintain a stiff lead arm with no...

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  • moehogan - replied to the topic 'Opposing Hands Golfswing by Diz/MH' in the forum.
    Darren Klie wrote:
    moehogan wrote:
    Darren Klie wrote:
    Diz wrote:
    Feels good to be a unnatural golfer, the game is so much easier when the right arm does that ass opposite of what it natural wants to. Whats even more bizarre is I can have every intention to release the toe over into the hay but its not going to...

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  • Jim Franks thanks user 'LesMurray' in the forum message ' Year 4, and counting'.
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  • Jim Franks - replied to the topic 'The Natural Swing Motion,' in the forum.
    Alf wrote:
    Dino Pro wrote:
    If I can wax poetic for a moment lol great food, like golf, sex, drugs or anything worth doing well always requires a little moderation, some indiscretion, taste, balance and a sense of humor. Who can imagine Big D here trying to pull? Lol

    Alec -...

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  • Jim Franks thanks user 'djb866' in the forum message ' The Natural Swing Motion,'.
    9 hours 34 minutes ago
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