24 Responses to “Davinci Code Swing ProFessional Golfer Endorsement”

  1. <path_to_url> Alan Martins

    Happy belated birthday- Alan

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Thanks for that… man do those birthdays come around quickly compared to when I was young.
      cheers JH

    • <path_to_url> Alan Martins

      1atomicgolf Yes, at 53 I agree they do come quick

  2. <path_to_url> Kingdom Golf !!!

    I agree with your friend. After a few weeks of your advice and some tinkering of my own. I played 9 holes. Even though 5 and a missed up and down from a bunker plus a 3 put. 2 over. I usually am 6-7 over. The ball goes where I intended most every time. This is how I know DaVinci and Power Line are here to stay.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      ‘Power Line’ is a great name for where you are concentrating your efforts to get the club operating from.
      cheers JH

  3. <path_to_url> richard thompson

    just wondering about level of tension in arms and hands..thanks

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Richard,
      Grip pressure in the hands is for me about 4 out of 10… my wrist joints are very loose and although my hand pressure is low my fingers are ‘lively’ if you can understand that… the trail arm only has positioning pressure for its placement against the upper hip area at address , the pressure is clearly felt because you have to achieve adherance to the body with the trail elbow but its not overdone pressuring as such.
      cheers JH

  4. <path_to_url> Ray Hess

    Best Video I’ve seen for authentication. I haven’t graduated from the sand wedge but every shot is dead straight even the ones I hit fat . Easy on the body and the ball goes a long way with little effort.
    Every thing you have said and explained is right on. Thanks again.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Ray,
      I have had some doubting Thomas’s come on the practice tee but everyone has left singing the praises of Davinci Code… what you say about all the shots going straight was what my Pro mate said yesterday… he said it was great to hit some shots a bit thin or a tad fat and they still go on the green ..that’s the ‘accuracy corridor working for you.
      cheers JH

  5. <path_to_url> howe allen

    jh what an enjoyable video thouroughly enjoyed this and gives everybody great hope

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Howe,
      We are moving into the ‘straight’ now and the ‘finish’ post is definitely in sight.. I will have Davinci absolutely down pat within 2 weeks and a formula for applying it in a fail-safe manner.
      cheers Jh

  6. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    thanks jh for your devotion to this swing motion. a great learning curve for me into some absolutes in the procces.very refreshing. Cheers.standenthehandle

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Nat,
      There is more to come and when all the building blocks of the process are in place I think the swing will be ground breaking.
      cheers JH

  7. <path_to_url> Torbjørn T

    JH. very good video. Your friend’s allignment, set up and swing was very enlightening ! Specially they way he – for me at the least – seems to lean against his left side and his right leg almost extended makes the swing even easier to perform..

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      The emphasis at address will be to favor setting up into the lead leg/axis …. there will be more explanation on this aspect going forward.
      cheers JH

  8. <path_to_url> Torbjørn T

    ok JH. Setup then more simular to Gery Edwins right side swing ?

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Gary’s swing advocates setting up left and staying left through impact… as well he doesn’t advocate the connection level of the trail arm that I do…. Davinci needs secondary upper spine tilt through impact with the lead leg pushing back at impact … Gary’s swing doesn’t advocate that either.
      Davinci Code is a stand alone set of mechanics which you will see in the coming weeks.
      cheers JH

  9. <path_to_url> Torbjørn T

    thanks JH. lokking forward for weeks to come..

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Should be good for all of us.
      cheers JH

  10. <path_to_url> George Smith

    Stewart sure has flexible wrists. I wish I could hinge my wrists that far.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Stewart has always had a lot of lag loading in his general swing so his wrists will always have that type of flexibility… he is actually coming tomorrow to update me on his progress so we will probably do an update video of where he is now.
      cheers JH

  11. <path_to_url> Bill Walsh

    Hi JH,This DaVinci golfing is awesome. While you suffer with the heat and humidity, I struggle with the winter doldrums of 30-40degee FTemperature. Although limited to chipping via DaVinci, I find it extraordinary accurate when executed properly. Can’t wait to extend the process. Question I know you are just beginning to incorporate LeeC”s fundamental into your memory banks, do you see the setups to hit intentional draws and cuts? Perhaps, when you get that key from Lee, it will unlock that code. Part of the exciting moments in golf, is visually a golfshot around a clump of trees with a cross wind, and executing a wonderful draw or a slow moving cut

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Bill,
      I will be doing a video on shot making as I get closer to the final package of the swing.
      Actually I dont intentionally incorporate any of C Motion mechanics in the Davinci Code Swing … I dont understand C Motion well enough at this time to do it justice in trying to explain it .
      Davinci Code is a stand alone set of mechanics that because of its tighter requirements of connection of the the body of the trail arm and the trying to keep that connection at impact whereas C Motion does not have any arm connection dictates or deliberate commitment to secondary tilt at impact .
      C Motion swing is a very ‘flow’ based swing.. Davinci Code is very much a ‘specific’ structural commitment setup and retention setup based swing.
      cheers Jh