14 Responses to “More Tuning Davinci Code Swing”

  1. <path_to_url> One shot, One time, One way!!

    I hit a few yesterday and was getting that same follow through. Ball flight was slightly lower but I liked it. About a 5 yard draw or straight . I’ve never hit the ball straight as a set up shot. I’m making a belt this weekend. I don’t care how it looks. Results are results. There were guys on the range, they never said anything but I felt their eyes on me, how does he hit it like that with that motion? I know it was on their mind. Loved it.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      The action will smooth out and not be so obviously constricted as you get the understanding of the principles of the mechanics… as you can see when I remove the training belt the action is not as restricted looking….as it does when I take my belt off… but in the initial learning stages you must ‘overdo’ the process.
      cheers JH

  2. <path_to_url> P SMITH

    Hi JH – Are you using any ‘hitting’ action with your right arm ( I mean are you doing any thrust/drive action as you unfold your right arm)? Or are you just using the right forearm like a secondary ‘flail’ letting the elbow act like a fulcrum close to your right side? In my mind, it looks like you have two overlapping flails working together. The 1st flail is your right upper arm and forearm , with your right shoulder joint being the fulcrum while the elbow being a ‘flail hinge’. The 2nd flail seems to be your right forearm and then ‘hand/fingers/club’ unit where the elbow becomes the fulcrum and the wrist joint the ‘flail hinge’ . By keeping that secondary flail fulcrum closer to your right side you are basically limiting vertical shift of your swing plane as you enter into the release phase of your swing.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hitting/firing the trail hand with the wrist hinge release action big time…it certainly feels like a deliberate hitting/throwing action of the trail hand as apposed to anything else… and having that feeling clearly requires the trail forearm to engage itself in some manner.
      I dont think to much now of other body components after being in the training belt because the structure is overlaid as an ‘overall’ feel now rather than a specific lot of body parts interacting specifically, I will be doing more explanation of the ‘packaging’ of all the pieces of the process as we go along .
      I guess the way to get ‘all’ the parts to interact correctly is just to make yourself develop the sawed off finish position I get in the belt…if you just think that look of finish all the body parts have to conduct themselves in basically the correct fashion to achieve the finished sawed off swing look.
      cheers JH

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Joe,
      You wont believe it but my video today was going to be about just this process …but with an additional physical facet application, this process is really so much of the essence of my swing process… my thinking now is to deliver the club head way ‘behind the normal intention point of a golf swing…..all will be explained in the next video…amazing you uncovered this guy talking about what I am employing now as a deliberate swing thought/process.
      Everyone on the channel should look at this video you have posted.
      cheers JH

    • <path_to_url> P SMITH

      great video -thanks for posting

  3. <path_to_url> Birdie Gof

    Hey JH. Loving these fine tuning videos. I have a question. I went to 2 different stores (Walmart, and a local hardware) but couldn’t find the portable handle/strap carrier and elastic baggage strap that you’re using for your rig. I’m in the U.S. so maybe I need to look in other type stores. What kind of store is “hardware” store that you mentioned in an earlier video? When we say hardware store over here, it’s a place that sells tools, yard tools, screws, nuts and bolts, etc.

    • <path_to_url> MKL2188

      I think he is using a Regent G09337. You can find them on eBay or Amazon.

    • <path_to_url> Birdie Gof


    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Probably a ‘Home Depot’ type store …over here hardware is ..’ tools/ yard tools/bolts/screws/nuts/bolts etc’
      cheers JH

  4. <path_to_url> gob7282

    Great stuff JH: I’ve been “smacking/poppin”‘ a large old rolled up quilt in my garage for several months now and the quilt only comes off the floor when I go low & left.  Henry Cotton is smiling down on you buddy.  Keep up the great videos, you’re way too young to stop educating us.  Best wishes, Gary

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Gary,
      There is some really good/different stuff coming with the Davinci Code Swing… I truly believe it is a swing that can be learned and applied in a repeatable manner for all your Golfing life…. it will always perform the ‘same’ if you apply it in the manner I will show you how to … the mechanics can ‘only’ produce one type o swing result… and I will show everyone that is the truth over the next few weeks.

  5. <path_to_url> rrasmussen32

    Shocking today on Number 9 it all came together. This old man carried his drive 265 yards.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      You know that’s only 5 yards shorter than what Greg Norman used to carry his drives on the PGA tour when he was at the top of his career,…. a genuine 265 carry is really good… I have a tree at my range that is 265 yards and I challenge all the guys that say they carry the ball 300 yards to just fly it past the 265 tree …. 98% cant do it… 265 on level ground no wind assistance is a super drive,.
      I know what you experienced because I have hit some drives myself lately that are way past my normal carry … so the tiny little travel swing doesn’t cost distance if you apply it correctly…. I think the higher quality/efficiency of impact makes up for any loss of club head speed you may lose with a shorter swing… go the ‘Old’ guys”…….