12 Responses to “LatestDavinci Code Swing Updates no 2”

  1. <path_to_url> Roy Comeaux

    It’s called angular momentum and I call it standing the shaft up and through or let the grip kick into the right forearm and or point at the armpit of the right.

    Welcome to Cmotion it’s because your doing that the push back happens.

    Next you will experience cup unders scoop throughers scoop uppers and your divots will become smiley face

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hey Captain,                       No one does it better than you…but your ‘other’ mechanics compliment this facet perfectly…. Davinci Code  doesn’t masquerade in any manner or form as  a derivative of ‘CMotion’  because it just doesn’t have the same flow/momentum  mechanics that  CMotion does… its a very definite ‘positioning’ process compared to CMotion which is orbital mechanics inertia resultant ….. there is only ‘One’ CMotion…                                            cheers JH

  2. <path_to_url> Roy Comeaux

    Its just easy looks great JH and the pivots in front of the right pelvis wall it’s always gonna be there cannot change that fact even if you start from the top it makes another corner in front the right pelvis wall .

  3. <path_to_url> cbrman1

    Hi JH. Thanks for your vids. I find them really interestiing and I love trying new techniques. Just wondering which swing do you use in your normal day to day golf game. What’s your favourite?

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      I have said before to people who have asked this question  that I really don’t have ‘A’ specific playing swing… I have used them all for periods of time.. these days I think I will end up with  the Davinci Code swing because it really is so repeatable in the setup  mechanics which just makes it easier to repeat day to day.                                   For me the fun of playing is  trying out new stuff  in the swing… probably gravitate to the Davinci Code full time though I expect.                                cheers JH

    • <path_to_url> cbrman1

      Thanks JH. I’ve found the Davinci Code is perfect for my short game. I’m just nailing everything withing 100m. Birdie on a par 5 today at my club comp using Davinci. Hit the pin from 101m out and tapped it in for birdie. You’re the best JH!!

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      As I have said before if you only improve your short game from around a 100 meters in  that alone will make such a big difference to your scores and your enjoyment of the game… nailing  the flag from a 100 out is always  a buzz I think because you  are getting the reward for getting to that distance from the green … how many times have we  hit good shots into  wedge distance and then missed the green completely which kills the chance of birdies etc.          cheers JH

  4. <path_to_url> Kingdom Golf !!!

    Balancing the thrust. Got the spiral going buddy.

    God bless JoeB from Tennessee

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Joe,              Your young fella has great motion in his swing… just cultivate it … don’t change it……                                          cheers JH

    • <path_to_url> Kingdom Golf !!!

      We only have a thought or 2 about his swing. After that We focus on a target and how it should get there. I.e. High, low.

  5. <path_to_url> George Smith

    Thank you for posting your praises of Mike Austin. I had never heard of him prior to your posting and probably would never have paid him any attention without your recommendation. I spent a while drilling my lower body on his knee and hip action and when I started to hit some wedges my fat shots vanished. Prior to this, I simply was not getting my center forward enough at impact. His swing mechanics are amazing in that if you do it right and start the downswing (from an on-plane position ) with that driving hip action, the arms feel like they swing themselves down through the ball. Effortless power with no thought of swinging the arms. The right hip going under and forward forces everything above to just unwind. You have to put in a lot of effort below the waist to make it almost effortless above the waist. Every swing has it’s drawbacks though and with the Austin swing it’s no easy chore to perfect this knee and hip action while restraining your head in place throughout the entire swing. It seems to have hints of the “reverse-C” action which may not work well for people with a bad back or a bad hip joint.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Mike Austin’s swing was very special.. pity its not understood as fully as Mike understood it… it is a complex  motion to learn because its  shuttling action of the hips rather than a turning action…the only person who really had it nailed was Mike Dunaway and that was because he had hands on tuition from Mike Austin.                    Dan Shauger used to teach the method and Jacob Bowden  has a lot of it in his teachings… I love the swing mechanics of Austin.                         cheers JH