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  • Dinah Shores Nabisco - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    :silly: Can't believe you got him to spin in a chair ... guess the universal image of a figure skater pulling in her arms was too vague.

    Effect of Physics on golf forums: ;)
    i.imgur.com/iLoDJ9I.mp4
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  • Jim T - replied to the topic 'In Search of the great Ballstrikers' in the forum.
    Bradley Hughes wrote:
    If I wanted to load in transition into my left foot the one thing I wouldnt do is put an extra spike in the other shoe B)

    Why would hogan want extra spike? Because when your majority of weight is left the right is still pushing so prone to be the...
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  • Reuben Lucius - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Yo, Fro.

    No doubt goofy where I live. I made a quick, impromptu video for you. 3 examples of my office chair experience. Nothing fancy but made with love.

    youtu.be/r9J1fcFRy-k
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  • moehogan thanks user 'bhughesgolf' in the forum message ' In Search of the great Ballstrikers'.
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  • Frozen Divots - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Reuben Lucius wrote:
    Hey there, Frozen D.

    I'm interested in the things you are discussing; however, I'm kinda' in the same boat as Markponi. I would like to take something away from the ongoing discussion and be able to apply to the golf swing as soon as the snow melts....

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  • Bradley Hughes - replied to the topic 'In Search of the great Ballstrikers' in the forum.
    If I wanted to load in transition into my left foot the one thing I wouldnt do is put an extra spike in the other shoe B)
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  • chris p - replied to the topic 'How to shoot 75 or lower flipping and stalling' in the forum.
    My last entry for all my fellow flippers out there . Now this shot will work " automatic" for the 3/4/5 hybrid off the tee in a competition or fun round. Call it the " over the top dead hand draw"@, and took me quite a few buckets and years to...
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  • markponi - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Les Murray wrote:
    go9th wrote:
    I know i know! Just pointing out we need to eventually keep a technique and shape shots with it.

    Just keeping it light. Just like Mark, I can hit any shot in the bag - sometimes even on purpose :silly:

    Oh that is a glorious post!
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  • Congratulations to PGA tour player Jim Herman on his T10 finish at the Honda Classic. He's a hometown guy who actually played for my high school AND my undergrad Alma Mater ... that combination sure doesn't happen everyday! We're all very proud of you, Jimmy ... GO BOMBERS & BEARCATS!
    3 hours 37 minutes ago
  • Frozen Divots thanks user 'LesMurray' in the forum message ' Angular Momentum Chases Torque'.
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  • alvin - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Frozen Divots Wrote:

    Quoting Hogan, "Consciously trying to control the face of the club at impact is folly. You cannot time such a delicate and devilish thing. It happens too fast, much too fast'

    That doesn't mean he didn't want three right hands,...

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  • Les Murray - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Frozen Divots wrote:
    I am not saying there cannot be different ways. I'm not the sharpest tool in the shed so who would I be to say that? I am just saying that there is a fundamental going on that I think has not been addressed, at least not that I have seen. Or maybe at...

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  • go9th - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Les Murray wrote:
    go9th wrote:
    Les has great technique, in my opinion, but Rickie Fowler will beat him everyday of the week because he's been using his technique all his life and he probably has excellent hand eye coordination.

    Don't go comparing me with tour pros! I'm just a 19...

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  • Grady Dickens - replied to the topic 'Angular Momentum Chases Torque' in the forum.
    Mark,
    With all due respect that was a ridiculous post. I am a 54 year old lawyer with an interest in golf swing mechanics. If you watched me swing in person you would see nothing like what you would see from a tour player, and certainly nothing in...
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  • Les Murray - replied to the topic 'In Search of the great Ballstrikers' in the forum.
    Jim T wrote:
    Maybe moe did go down the right leg. Maybe abs is a good way to play.
    Hogan is opposite that. He didn't need the training wheels. He didn't pivot the same way moe did. Your impact shows the lack of left side extension.
    Hogan extended his spine...

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