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Rich Lovell discusses pushing versus pulling the the baseball/softball swing.
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TALY demonstrates another
TALY demonstrates another golf swing which does not require golfers to swing their arms. Simply pull the red ball (your Talynt point) behind you as far as it will go, and then push the red ball down through impact. Do not swing your arms.
Thank for posting @qwerty009ish. Surprisingly enough that's sort of what this move feels like. You pull it into you on your body and then push it back into the golf ball. Sometimes golfers mistake width with closeness of the left arm to their body. You can have great width and still have your left arm touching your chest. It more relates to your left elbow. Don't let it bend. It works for driver but I do prefer using one of the other two arm or body moves off the tee for more power.
Nice work @bbessares!! I'm sure it's a tribute to the work you and your girlfriend are putting in to understand your move. With regards to the DVD, we must not have had you on our mailing list. I'll send you a direct message.
Thanks for posting teewoods.
Thanks for posting @futurehendrix985 and I'm quite sure you understand what I am referring to. If you are a scratch golfer, you're obviously not going to shoot 20-25 shots better. But what if you typically shoot 100 or 110? Saving one shot per hole is already 18 strokes. One less chip per hole. One less put per hole. It adds up very quickly.
Well said @rw5791.
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great tip I hope my club speed from 120mile to 130 so love it
Great example on how to create speed. It is great when I start playing between iron and woods.
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Jack once said he would just pull down the club from the top faster to generate more speed and not necessarily create resistance with the hips or hands but let them move naturally
107 mph with that swing?!. Jesus, mans a beast ha. Makes me feel ?