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Archive | January, 2012

Swing Analysis: Mark Wilson

To the eye Mark Wilson’s swing is classic and conventional. It has a whip-like transition and produces a lot of speed for a little (145 pounds) guy. Upon closer analysis, however, Wilson’s swing has quite a few unconventional elements. Join the forum discussion on this post

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Online Students: Matt Wright

This is Matt’s second online lesson, and both his improvement and his need for more improvement are evident. Here you can see that Matt has made exceptional strides in his down the line view. Join the forum discussion on this post

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Heading to the Isleworth Invitational

Friday is the day I attend the PGA show. Saturday morning I’m going down to play Jupiter Hills with one of the club site members, Jimmy Farina. Sunday I’m back in Orland for the Isleworth Invitational, a two-man team event where I play with a member of Woodmont. Anyway, I’ll let you know how I […]

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Jim Hardy: Dead Wrong On Hogan’s Transition Move

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. Join the forum discussion on this post

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