What can you say about a player who was one of only three 4-time Division 1 1st Team All-Americans? Could you say he was one of the most talented players to come out of college in history? Sure you could, because the record would back you up. I can vouch for that statement because I was on Gary’s team at Wake Forest when he was a freshman. The first college tournament he played in he won by 8 shots. His first round was a 67 with 33 putts. He hit every green in regulation and three par-5’s in two. He was the real deal, and he was the first player to gain his Tour card without having to go to […]
Dylan is an extremely talented player who had simply been suffering from bad information.
Hardy is proven untrue by every video ever shot of Hogan’s swing. My point is not that he is not a good teacher. What Hardy is describing obviously works for some players: that point I am not debating. But Hogan never did what Hardy says he did.
Nothing tickles me more than to listen to a Tour player answer the question “what were you thinking out there when you shot that 65?”
In this case it is obvious that Brandon has been working hard on the suggestions I made previously, as his swing is much more controlled and he has achieved a much higher level impact on his iron shots.
I wanted everyone to know that I just got back from 4 days at the fabulous Colusa Pines Golf Club in Fort Myers, Florida where I worked with my old friend and Champions Tour exempt player Gary Hallberg. I’m going to be doing a couple of videos on Gary’s swing and on the work we did, and they should be up soon. Gary has fabulous action and I think you’ll enjoy the vids. Join the forum discussion on this post
There is one thing I know about Ben Hogan’s swing: I will never stop studying it because I constantly find new things to focus on that matter a great deal in the search for a truly precise swing model.
You haven’t heard Scott Hoch’s name recently as he has struggled with multiple injuries, but in his prime he was one of the top money-makers on Tour for almost 20 years.
I’m sure that Mike realizes good players lower during the swing. I’m also sure that after watching this he wishes he had been a little clearer on just what he was discussing, as it certainly seems like he’s saying Scott’s head is not going down at the exact moment that it is.
Tom is a good player from Charlotte, NC who had been trying to fix certain things in his swing for some time, namely a faulty takeaway and a steeping of the shaft in transition. The cool thing here is that Tom digested the online lesson, worked on it for a few days, and then filmed another swing that I was able to compare to his first batch. I think you’ll find the difference significant to say the least.
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