5 Responses to “JH Doing His Own YOGI Learning Drills no1”

  1. <path_to_url> Lea Pustetto

    jh i played at randwick today. 2club wind. i played moe Norman way for 1st
    9 and had 13 pts . played count yogi back 9 and had 21 points. im. off 13
    so 2 over on back but i three putted 2greens.I’ll. probably have to put
    like count yogi. ha . the guys couldn’t believe how sweet and far and
    straight i was hitting it. it awesome. i think its better than moes . can’t
    wait for my next round. cheers

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      +Lea Pustetto Hey that’s great mate, Yogi mechanics are really very
      powerful if you can come to grips with the reverse loading and the ‘up
      hitting’ feeling, its like anything that you change in the Golf Swing you
      can get good results but when you do you just need to know exactly what you
      are in fact doing when you do hit it good, not just the ‘feeling’ of the
      action but the ‘reason’ that creates the ‘feeling’.
      Just take the change gradually and if you experience anything of a
      retrograde nature just go back and systematically examine what you are
      doing and cross check it with what you applied initially to get the
      success, if you can get good shots consistently as you did today there is
      no reason why it should not continue to get better, if you did it as you
      did it today again you shouldn’t lose it.
      It really is that simple, if you experience a fall off in the method it can
      only be that you are in fact ‘not’ doing what you ‘did’ do today, if you
      think about it logically if it worked today with what you applied it cant
      not work tomorrow if you apply the ‘same’ mechanics as you did today .
      All retrograde swing progress experiences are precisely caused by what I
      have outlined here, how can it not be , if you hit the ball good with a
      certain swing mechanics today the mechanics have proven their capability,
      the secret is absolutely ;knowing’ what those mechanics are .
      cheers JH. PS Royal Randwick… man I have played there on Friday
      sweepstakes matches with some of the hardest gambling Golf nuts on the
      planet, for amounts of money that get you sweating bullets when you are
      giving those nuts shots start.
      It never failed that whenever I had a good lead and the money was so to
      speak in the bag that one of those Friday afternoon southerlies would roll
      in and turn the game into a British Open final day at Carnoustie, I have
      played in winds there so strong that it would blow your buggy over with
      your clubs and roll them along the ground, the ‘Little Short Course’ in
      those conditions could become unplayable, great little Go;f
      Course…without those Friday Southerlies that is.

  2. <path_to_url> Lea Pustetto

    thanks for the feed back. appreciate it. awesome. yeah it was blowing
    yesterday but not as bad as it can be. but if you hit the ball properly …
    i mean spin wise . the ball stays pretty straight. the wind don’t worry me
    too much. but your right it really blows somedays ha. but the view is
    sensational. whales dolphins etc. cheers. jh

  3. <path_to_url> Bill Walsh

    Hi JH yup…that pastrami on rye will live up to your expectations but be
    prepared to spent like $30. I share your search for the holy grail. While
    trapped like a junk yard dog indoors during this winter, I found Shawn
    Clements of wisdom golf and Ron Sisson of real golf. You would find shawn’s
    discussions on the body’s biomechanics helpful with extending your swing
    motion. And in your search for the “process”, check out Jeff Hawkins on the
    web..you find him on Ted talks…amazing how the brain puts the golf swing
    together ….you will love it!!Meanwhile on the range,I am hitting it all
    over the place. Unfortunately, I only get to hit about 30 balls a
    day,weather permitting. But the power is there and I am far ahead of last
    year’s performance. Negative loading is the key to effortless golf.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      +Bill Walsh Hi Bill, I will check out those sites you mentioned, I know of
      Shawn Clements, I have liaised with him some time back, he has a ‘zero’
      torque Golf Swing, just like Bobby Jones had, he is a very good analyst of
      the Golf Swing, and can demonstrate the swing in action, he hits it super.
      If you are hitting the ball ‘all over the place’ just try really working on
      keeping the back of the neck in place on the back swing…. ‘exactly’ where
      it was at address right to the top of the back swing, the Count did that
      better than anyone in history, he then kept that neck position as he
      started down with the lower body just moving underneath that fixed axis of
      Its amazing how the ball striking improves if you just do this thing, we
      all know that we shouldn’t let the head move from its address position but
      you truly have to work on keeping it in place on the back swing to the
      extent you will feel when you do do it that the head is actually moving
      towards the target as you make your back swing, that’s because normally the
      head moves so much that when you try to just keep it in ‘place’ it feels
      like it is moving the opposite way to the back swing.
      Just have a look in a mirror and you will see that when you just keep the
      head in place that it feels like it is moving towards the target but it
      clearly isn’t.
      Cheers JH