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JH Doing His Own YOGI Learning Drills no2

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kikokika1 - March 10, 2016

hi JH
Amazing stuff You are a swing wizard i must say
Having said that Count Yogi swing is way different than a lot, being that
hes not even trying to hit the ball which should be the case but
unfortunately for us mortals lol we are so focus on the ball
Like u said his body is like boneless , Looks at the target and imagine the
result before the ball is released, his mental edge is amazing like moe and
ben Hogan like they can see the shot before it happens
sets its behind the ball and no waggle takes it back no wrist and hand
action all natural movement and on the downswing drops it effortlessly and
return it to the point of beginning like what u said his swing is so
effortless. He doesnt think of distance i guess but he know how far it goes
so he has no restrain just pick a target and put it there
like what he said its MENTAL golf not muscular golf which everybody i guess
is doing

A million thanks JH i enjoy all your videos and I am now applying yogi
putting as we speak which i always thought is the greatest putter ever upon
seeing him do it with anything lol from sticks cane coke bottles. More
Power to you Sir and keep up the good work´╗┐

    1atomicgolf - March 10, 2016

    +kikokika1 Thanks for that, glad you share my enthusiasm for the Greats of
    Golf Gone by.. ‘Moe Norman and Count Yogi’…. those swings were unique to
    those two guys but their mechanics can be applied to other people with
    variation and modification with good results.
    As well its just so much fun getting involved in those swings and feeling
    how good they can work when you fit it to ‘your’ body swing capabilities,
    the other thing is how much interest their swings develop with people when
    they are made aware of them.
    cheers JH

kikokika1 - March 10, 2016

Hi JH
Looking at your swing which is so amazing, I hope u would mind pointing
something i noticed in the finish to get the count yogi finish I guess lol
its that after turning on the full swing his left foot turns with the body
as well like its pointing at the target to get the full turn of the
shoulder. I noticed urs is left foot planted which is a modern swing
attribute i guess. Pls dont get me wrong hehe in pointing it out ( im just
a student of the game and loves to learn from you sir)
This movement was actually pointed out to me by a friend of mine who is
almost 80 yrs old but still shoots in the 70s i guess and hit the fence at
the driving range (Griffith Park LA) amazing fellow and a gentleman like u
and to top it off Being from Texas (Shady oaks Golf club) Growing up his
first teacher or he was introduced to the game by Mr Ben Hogan wow
Thank you again JH and i will continue to watch and enjoy ur Videos
Cheers´╗┐

    1atomicgolf - March 10, 2016

    +kikokika1 You are right in using ‘WOW’ to describe being introduced to
    Golf by Ben Hogan…. man how awesome is that… the left foot movement of
    the Count’s after impact is a perfect indicator of his brain controlling
    the Body’s natural reactive needs and requirements to facilitate a swing
    like his that has so much velocity rotation through and after impact.
    The amount his shoulder girdle rotates post impact requires that the other
    body segments like the hips knees etc must provide clearance factors of
    above normal requirements, hence the lower left leg must hyper rotate out
    of the way and release the impact pressures which his super rotating body
    is applying , Bubba Watson does the same….. and so do a lot of the Long
    drive guys.
    That left foot release factor clearly shows how much rotational speed his
    body is generating with his swing, we estimate he could have had 130 mph+
    club head speed on occasions, he must have to hit those incredibly long
    drives that he did with those old 43 inch heavy clubs.
    cheers JH

    1atomicgolf - March 10, 2016

    +1atomicgolf BTW… my left foot stays stationary at impact and beyond
    because I don’t generate much club head speed …hence their is no chance I
    will injure my ankle or knee by not releasing the pressure amount I
    develop….the Count on the other hand could have injured his left ankle if
    he didn’t release his enormous developed swing velocity.

    kikokika1 - March 11, 2016

    +1atomicgolf hi JH
    Thank you for your wonderful insight and explanation of those small things
    that i consider fillers which completes my golf ideas. No matter how small
    they are they are so important.
    Two things though which i must thank you is the front facing chipping
    method is amazing. Its funny how people tend to sort of give u that look
    when u do something different and when i do the chipping method u had in
    here i can say that i an so confident in putting the ball 1. on the green
    almost 95 percent lol even on a shot like 20 yards off the green and 2. if
    i got it just right land it within the 3 foot circle
    Incidentally though it was like 2 years ago where i question the game and
    asked myself why do we hit the ball sideways, cant we do it facing the
    target lol. I actually did it even with driver and was ok i guess in the
    driving range but not in the course because my friends were laughing at me
    . Now i guess the front facing chipping method has sort of vindicated that
    idea and cant wait to use it the next time we play and i have you to thank
    for it JH
    A million thanks sir
    Jay

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