About Me

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  • About me

    Been playing 35 years and love to learn about the swing.
Golf Information
What's In My Bag
  • Driver Brand

    Cleveland
  • Driver Model

  • Hybrid Model

    Bobby Jones 3 hybrid
  • Iron Model/Details

    Hogan Edge
  • Putter Model

    Odyessy
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steven grace

steven grace

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  • Member since
    Tuesday, 13 April 2010 23:42
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    2 days ago
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'Hogan's "Ultimate" Secret' in the forum.
    Andrew, really enjoying my range sessions to groove these feels and intentions....may i ask for any advice to facilitate grooving this circular twirl for us beefier thicker in the middle types..perhaps tweaking the foot flare or stance width or more...
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'Inward is FASTER' in the forum.
    QQUESTION FOR SWING CHARLATAN - In Tom Watson's Secret video he stated THE ARMS CAN GO ANYWHERE AS LONG AS THE SHOULDERS TURN IN THE SAME PLACE. Is this the same idea as your. ( referring to using the power of CF by controlling the "center" (i.e....
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'DOCF, Baby' in the forum.
    WOW, I welcome comments as to why i am swinging it so much better by using Martin's routine of NOT looking at the ball but RATHER looking / FOCUSING straight / ahead at something eye level....the balance and freedom of motion feels amazing!...
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'I believe I have stumbled onto genius...' in the forum.
    mike, the confusion BENT LEFT OR RIGHT - the ideal impact condition is a bent right wrist meaning your right hand is bending to the right of you or away from the target so you are trying to say the same thing i think....tnx for sharing your...
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'Best ever debates' in the forum.
    Brent wrote - " I was surprised at the mentor term because Mehlhorn advocated swinging mainly with the right or trail arm, holding the club primarily with the thumb and forefingers, and letting go or loosening the last 3 fingers of the left hand"...
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'ITS JUST MOTION' in the forum.
    .i don't know Chris but when i viewed his swing back when he was working w/ Martin i thought....damm that swing looks good!!
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  • steven grace - created a new topic ' Price - Cook - Duffner drill' in the forum.
    I tried this drill and since you're balancing on your left leg and right toe ala John Cook it helps with balance, etc..It also gives so much room for the inside path to the ball. Interesting that Ken Venturi had Cook doing this also...Anyone else try...
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  • steven grace - created a new topic ' Mike Bender' "Controversial" Video' in the forum.
    youtu.be/MuBRV17Ba8Q

    This video highlights the long running debate between focusing on the big muscles vs. the arms and wrists. .I did find it interesting what Jack Nicklaus recently said about the late Jim Flick - " He is one of the...
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'Let the left wrist break ala Jackie Burke putting' in the forum.
    I'm actually finding distance control to be amazing w/ just hinging the right hand similar to how it feels when you t putt with only your right hand because we do so many things w/ our right hand...lot to be learned from .those legends Jones and...
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  • steven grace - created a new topic ' Let the left wrist break ala Jackie Burke putting' in the forum.
    i tried the putting method used by Jackie B. and Bobby Jones as shown in the Elk / Burke toe putting video...all i can say is wow!! i love it as nothing moves except the right wrist hinging and allowing the left wrist to break and absorb the...
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  • steven grace - replied to the topic 'Ernest Jones "Swing the Clubhead"' in the forum.
    The best tip in the book is doing the following drill - "hold the club with only the thumbs and forefingers of each hand and simply surrender to the free swinging clubhead"..combine this while balancing on the left leg and right toe and you will...
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