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Thanks for the clarification. Thanks for all your great efforts on YouTube
as well. Really enjoy watching your videos and highly appreciate it.
I remember that Peter’s foot action was explained in a little more detail
in a golf digest article last year. There is a number of younger players
coming through where both feet stay planted until well after impact.
Greater strength and athleticism plays a strong part.
hips going backwards after impact like mc ilroy
ive watched quite a of your videos… mostly the ones with gorilla james
and such. today I decided to watch your review of peter uihleins swing to
see exactly how you would describe his right foot. I really like the way
peter swing the club and his right foot is very kenny perry if youve ever
looked at his swing. I think it helps with the draw shot. kind of helps
force the in to out swing path.
Davis Love III has the identical move with his right foot.
cool office little setup there
Mark, would you recommend a Laser Rangefinder or a GPS Rangefinder?
golf is all about having functional results that can be repeated. Textbook
positions help the “repeat” part but not always the function.
As you keep saying Mark, there’s no ‘right or wrong’…. just good & bad
On another note…… Lee Westwood just signed a round at Silverado country
club on his ‘game golf’.
I noticed something odd which I hope you can clear up.
On the first hole, shot 2, he hit a 9 iron 155 yrds onto the green.
But then on the 3rd hole, shot 2, he hit an 8 iron 154 yrds onto the green.
They both look like straight shots. I don’t understand why he used
different clubs for same distance.
What he does with the right foot doesn’t bother me. It’s just a balance
issue. Some good players drag the right foot.
You said the shaft is slightly bowed as soon as he starts his downswing
while increasing the lag angle. I would assume that this is a camera
artifact (rolling shutter effect) of the video (as in all videos not taken
with a CCD camera). It is very likely that you haven’t used a CCD camera
while recording Peter as the shaft is bowed towards the target at impact as
well which does not happen in reality (again a roller shutter artifact). I
hope I am right guessing the camera type.