The ‘Davinci Code’ Of The Golf swing Cracked At Last. no1


N LS - October 14, 2016

Good to see a C Motion fan.. Lee’s action is as powerful as anything I’ve
ever seen, the sound is something else

    1atomicgolf - October 14, 2016

    How could you not be a Cmotion fan if you are a person like me who has been
    looking for the ultimate l’Motion Dynamics’ for a Golf Swing …. Lee
    Comeaux is the human ‘Gyroscope’…. the way he generates power is what we
    all need to be doing.
    cheers JH

Nat McIntosh - October 14, 2016

hey jh.good stuff if you had not seen lee on vimeo its a must see
explanation on the pivot.vimeo lee foundation practicing where motion goes
and scoop left wrist up.cheers

    1atomicgolf - October 14, 2016

    Certainly Lee’s action took me down the path of my discovery…I am certain
    he does this but for him its probably way more unconscious as a process.
    cheers JH

Nat McIntosh - October 14, 2016

Oh must see and read

Nat McIntosh - October 14, 2016

I’m giddy here to comment again jh .that is a perfect explanation to what I
call firing from behind the ball . I think your going to find two spots at
the left hip and tit a pivot point alignment and finishing in heel.stand in
the handle.Good stuff jh. Cheers

freddy - October 14, 2016

Looks exactly like what Hogan did. But if you can’t pivot extremely fast
like Hogan did I would think you trade off distance for consistency.

    1atomicgolf - October 14, 2016

    Hi Freddy,
    Hogan did it better than anyone ever has for sure, but I dont try for the
    pitch elbow he exhibits … in fact I feel the exact opposite of that in
    that my right elbow actually never feels like it is driving sideways at all
    coming into the ball…it feels like itas actually moving at the same rate
    and distance as my trail lower rib cage .
    cheers Jh

    1atomicgolf - October 14, 2016

    Freddy….. PS . I think its more about the amount of ‘pressure’ you can
    apply to the ball with this action rather than the actual pivot speed, I
    certainly am not giving up any distance , in fact I have increased my
    cheers H

Nat McIntosh - October 15, 2016

ok jh for me the results are in . got it in the dirt. I’m right axis left
hand dominant and just polishing it off right hand arm. for me that’s just
a fact of it .for me and my standard lie positined clubs . hitting from the
lead axis will have my left knee shelled out abruttly. so I’m back to
streer drive left hand with right hand handle standen off right axis.

    1atomicgolf - October 15, 2016

    Hi Nat,
    Absolutely nothing wrong with where you want to go with your own mechanics,
    … there is a lot to be said for true trail side axis application… I am
    myself very much doing that right now in the ‘Davinci Code’ swing.
    cheers JH

Nat McIntosh - October 15, 2016

oh ya cheers sir thanks lotta fun.

Thomas Thomast - October 16, 2016

This is very interesting. Could help me complete the turn instead of
hitting and stopping.

    1atomicgolf - October 16, 2016

    Hi Thomas,
    If you are stopping after hitting the ball you clearly are not building up
    enough torque in your back swing to create an automatic reversal of the
    built up torque in the down swing…you need to make sure there is a
    bracing in the trail side in the back swing for the lead side to wind up
    This swing is like all others relative to needing a torque buildup in the
    back swing to get the body mass moving back across to the lead side during
    and after impact… wind the ‘body spring’ in the back swing…. nothing
    ‘unwinds’ if it is not ‘Wound Up’ first.
    cheers JH

Nat McIntosh - October 24, 2016

Ok jh . I think lee gave us 99 percent the other one is just alittle focus.
Being slightly closed you should understand the stabilation part just do it
don’t over do it its just there with one little thing throw the club back
with left hand spot then catch it with right hand spot and throw it back
through.its that simple . That will give you the gyroscope around center
your lookin for there’s the left axis bracen while the right sides

Nat McIntosh - October 24, 2016

Bracing the left side I think while loading the right is key its much
simpler taking the club back with the left hand and catching it with the
right and firing it through.standenthehandle cheers.

Nat McIntosh - October 25, 2016

1 more and I’ll diegrees the arc line has just been scribed with the left
just trace it back though with the loaded right.cheers

rick marion - October 25, 2016

JH, Congrats, Enjoy!!!

    1atomicgolf - November 1, 2016

    Hi Rick,
    Sorry I missed your [post, I know you have a lot of regard like me for C
    Motion, I cant do any stuff on it yet because I dont know the ins and outs
    of it.. I need to talk with Lee about his mechanics.. hopefully that will
    happen soon, the Davinci Code is just my ‘Fill In’ until I understand C
    cheers JH

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