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Just watched Elk's lesson with Trent Dilfer. Looking at programs in the store, can I learn more about the sequence from Paul Kopps program or Maves? Or is it a hybrid of Elk, Maves and Kopp?
- 1 year ago
  • Karma
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  • Lee,
    What are your thoughts about that "Short Swing Trainer"? Do you think its a valid and worthwhile training aid? Never really cared much for training aids so I would like your opinion.
    Thanks
    1 year ago
  • Effingham and {target} are now friends
    1 year ago
  • Just watched Elk's lesson with Trent Dilfer. Looking at programs in the store, can I learn more about the sequence from Paul Kopps program or Maves? Or is it a hybrid of Elk, Maves and Kopp?
    1 year ago
    Charles Lerche There have been some discussions of this in various threads, and opinions differ (as always :-)). Personally, I would suggest starting with Kopp and getting an idea about a solid swing model. You can then try out Martin's stuff (I can't comment on Mike's). For me, Martin's stuff is on a different level--almost Oriental in that he talks about forces (similar to "chi" IMHO) and how to generate and contain them. I think you need a framework to work on that, and I think Kopp provdes that.
    1 year ago
  • Effingham Elk, I think today's video was probably one of your best. Keep up the good work. Thanks
    3 years ago
  • I think Fowler has a grip on Cranes junk towards the end.