8 Responses to “Stage 2 Of Fold And Hammer Golf Swing Pitching Technique”

  1. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    Great point jh for me .rigiid left arm equals pull and cut.my left does
    bend .

  2. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    ok jh l got a chance to tinker with this thing on the mat and I can’t wait
    to try it outdoors.the power and clamp seems pretty crazy with no
    extention.basiclly just curling the club back the shoulders may be making
    about a half turn for me curling back square to square the left folds
    naturally and I got my wrist hinge at the back of the fold know if I hold
    it there I can feel the shaft bump my arm just below shoulder 2to 3 inches
    above grip .from that position I can look over see the position of my bent
    arms and wrists and hand positions look back down at the ball fire from
    there left hand leading and just knock the stuffing out it.I know its crazy
    just fold load and fire.

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Nat,
      The only thing I would add to you description is one word…’Turn’… so it
      would be ‘Turn /Fold /Load/Fire’ the ‘Fire’ being substituted for
      ‘Hammer’…. but generally you are where I am thinking right now.

      cheers JH

  3. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    ok jh after tinkering alittle more here I think I feel what’s going on not
    really being able to lead with left hand with everything happening so fast
    from paused position the wrist hinge is from natural forces applied from
    the tight hand radius and clubhead speed from that tight motion.

  4. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    its really thowing the hands out behind you this is absoulutly nuts.

  5. <path_to_url> Nat McIntosh

    yes jh where on the same plane.I think it was jack who said he couldn’t
    release the club to early . fire it from that pause and see what you think.
    l think that’s what lee comenuex may have been expressing also I seen in
    some his stuff.

  6. <path_to_url> Madhukar Tyagi

    hi jh,whenever i try ur way of turning on a flatter plane as u have shown
    in some of ur previous videos ,i end up with my clubface totally
    closed.what am i doing wrong? regards tyagi

    • <path_to_url> 1atomicgolf

      Hi Tyagi,
      Its ok to have the club face closed at the top of the swing but you must
      make sure that you keep your shoulders closed coming into the ball and get
      your weight onto your lead side at impact… if your weight is not
      transferred its very hard to keep the shoulders closed at impact and the
      trail shoulder will pop out and the lead hip will stall up its clearance
      and you will hit the ball with a pull with the ball going left and staying
      left ( left if you are right handed) because of the closed club face/
      If you transfer your weight and keep the shoulders closed you will be
      attacking the ball from an inside path and with the slightly closed club
      face you should get a nice push draw ball flight shape..
      cheers JH