Every so often I come across a video which I find interesting. I'm sure others do too. This is a place they can be shared.
I'll start with something from Kelvin Miyahira.
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Posted 27 January 2019 - 09:34 PM
Posted 27 January 2019 - 09:36 PM
No but she has a mutt named Lassie
I think I know her. Does she own a collie?
Posted 28 January 2019 - 03:56 PM
Robin Matthews Williams.
Scratch is digging what this cat is saying - more power to you brother.
Posted 29 January 2019 - 09:43 AM
That's it i'm fixed
-2015 ISG Vic OOM#1 GROWLING FROG "B" Grade & Overall Winner
-2016 Team Winner of the Vincent Cup @ Barwon Heads
-2017 ISG Vic OOM#1 GROWLING FROG "B" Grade Winner & N/P
-2017 GDGA Div 5 Pennant Winners (Winchelsea)
-2018 ISG Vic OOM#1 GROWLING FROG "A" Grade Winner
-2019 Team Winner Barwon Cup @ Barwon Heads
Single figures reached(9.5) on 28//8/2016
Lowest H/C 6.3 on 18/5/19
PB Round 69/7/62!! (16/3/19) Winchelsea par 69
PB Round 76/11/65 (14/7/18) Curlewis par 72
2018 Nationals Putting God!!😎👊
Posted 07 February 2019 - 10:30 AM
One from Mike Malaska. Q: How do you get into perfect alignment at impact? A: it just happens!
Interesting videos. Re the Malaska one. I find it intriguing and partially obvious, but still with some questions. Yes, I can 'get' what he's saying in regards to what I suppose is essentially letting the club (forces) do it's thing and everything will fall into place. It's sort of like a practice swing vs one with the ball sitting there laughing at us daring us to produce a decent result. However for the club and body to move into and through the correct positions at any given time, surely we still need to put it into the right place to start with and then sequence the body movements correctly. I feel like I'm missing something obvious??
Posted 07 February 2019 - 10:31 AM
This one is displayed in one of Kelvin Miyahira's essays. You may not be able to unsee it!
This to me looks great and useful while at the same time necessitating me to make more appointments with my Chiro!
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