12 Responses to “Davinci Code Swing With More Training Belt Drills no 1”

  1. <path_to_url> freddy

    When viewing from the rear it looks like your club exits the hitting area and comes around front just like Hogan. Of course Hogan did not have an abbreviated follow through but the low hard left exit plane looks just like Hogan.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      The Follow through will reduce in severity as the swing builds itself in structure..it will however still have the basic mechanics format with the finish intention.
      cheers JH

  2. <path_to_url> Birdie Gof

    Hey JH. I was scrounging around my place last night and found a workout apparatus that has three rubber tubes that connect to individual (one-hand) padded grips. I was able to disconnect one of them to test as a substitute for the type rubber that you used. These particular tubes have a plastic ring attached at each end. I think I bought the device at Walmart but you can find them online as well. They work perfectly for attaching to the D-ring (I think you called it a carabina). I’m pasting a webpage here so that your guys can see what I’m talking about in case any of them would like to build one of your training aids…I had to buy a new weight belt this morning because I’ve lost my old one. Here’s the link:              http://www.spri.com/product/interchangeable-tubing-system/07-70282_2.html . Thanks again JH! I’ll be getting some funny looks at the range tonight when I take this training aid for a test ride! Cheers.

  3. <path_to_url> Marc Gardiol

    Id like to see this in super slow motion face-on to see the throw away/softball pitch in detail.

    Ive found this is most effective from short shots up to mid irons.

    I like the straight flight and trajectory on long irons, woods, and Driver…but distance is somewhat sacrificed. Still a good trade off.

    It is marvelous for pitches and short irons.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      You will not sacrifice distance when you learn to use the speed of the wrist hinge throw away , in fact you will increase you distance, the wrist hinge speed potential when understood is tremendous, I will be doing some explanation on this aspect next.
      cheers JH

  4. <path_to_url> Birdie Gof

    Well JH, I took my rig to the range for a lunchtime practice session and it worked like a champ…I had to get used to the restriction in the beginning but once I found my rhythm, it was amazing! Shot after shot came right out of the sweet spot with a beautiful trajectory and a little three yard draw (with my nine iron, that went normal distance by the way). One of my buddies saw me and asked me about my contraption…I laughed at him and said it’s the Davinci Code swing trainer, ha ha! He was amazed as I struck perfect shots one after the other. Of course when I tried to talk to him while I was hitting, I hit a couple of ugly ones. But no worries, as soon as I bared down and concentrated the shots were perfect. I took the training aid off for the last ball and hit it perfectly but just a little higher trajectory. I am on my way to some really good golf in the near future and I have you to thank for it. I’m going to work really hard on every club in the bag whilst using the device…just to ingrain everything into my set-up and swing. I almost want to keep it a secret but when my buddies see me at the range, the cat will be out of the bag. Thank you so much for your wisdom and persistence in continuing to seek a better way to a consistent golf swing…this may be the most consistent golf swing method ever and I’m so very grateful to you for sharing it with me (us)! Cheers!

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      As I said to Nat above…”You Aint Seen Nothing Yet”… I have got some amazing stuff to come… today I hit the ball in a manner that I never thought I ever would/could.. … it was a feeling of total control and repeat-ability … and I now know how to repeat the swing with this repeat-ability factor for the rest of my life… I now have ‘Infallible’ Golf Swing mechanics.
      cheers Jhg

  5. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    I gotta love ya jh. and your love for golf.the voyage for the most repeatable swing . compression is absouluty a great feeling and the most penatrating flight you are defiently on the right track.delivering the club face stable and keeping it there with compression long enough to have your way with it.. with that said there’s more than one way to skin a cat.there are other guys who sweep the ball pretty good.personally love hitting the ball trail side dominant . my personal feeling is hockey slap with stabble sweetspot from lifeline plane hinge standinthehandle.cheers

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Nat,
      ‘You aint seen nothing yet’…. I am developing a speed regime of trail hand/wrist/finger release that will fry your brain…you will be able to just turn up the release ‘Turbo’ with just ‘A Flick Of The wrist’ …the Hockey Slap certainly has some pedigree in this breed of Golf Swing.
      chjeers JH

  6. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    Hey jh . Don’t forget to throw in a davinici golf code hat with your contraption and I’ll be your first customer.cheers

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      We could call the hat a…… ‘Slap Hat’….good for keeping the Sun off you when you are ‘Slapping’ the Golf ball or ‘Paint’ of you when you are ‘slapping’ paint on your house …
      cheers JH

  7. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    I got it jh . Nothing conventional just brute force. And just one thing to do and two things too be conciese of. The ball has not got a chance to spin off..I’ll get it in the dirt tommorow.and get back to you.cheers