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1 hour ago, rbsiedsc said:

Tested my new shafts today after speed training. Love the Ventus hybrid. So much more height and better face strike. The Ventus driver still tbd. Wasn’t swinging my best with either today and didn’t have my optimal tee height. Ventus is 1/2” shorter in driver than the rdx. Felt I had to swing harder with it to make it go. the Ventus also seemed to be more low on the face. I think I’ll do another range session then a couple rounds to see if the Ventus stays in my driver. Super hybrid was from the deck. Also tweaked my back somehow despite warm up and stretching 

 

Rdx blue 6.0 75g
  Ventus blue 6s  
Swing speed Ball speed Swing speed Ball speed
100 149 102 147
102 152 102 155
108 159 102 154
102 156 100 148
105 155 102 144
108 157 103 151
105 152 101 140
104.2857143 154.2857143 101.7142857 148.4285714
       
       
Pro orange hyb   Ventus hyb  
swing speed  Ball speed  Swing speed  Ball speed
96 138 97 123
95 134 97 134
95 121 97 142
97 142 98 142
96 137 96 129
96 139 97 132
    99 143
    100 141
    100 145
95.83333333 135.1666667 97 133.6666667

rdx blue 6.0 70g

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pro orange hyb

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ventus hyb

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Sorry to hear on the back.

Good to hear on the hybrid shaft. For driver, how was the direction of the Ventus vs. the RDX?

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8 minutes ago, dlow206 said:

Sorry to hear on the back.

Good to hear on the hybrid shaft. For driver, how was the direction of the Ventus vs. the RDX?

Slightly fadey. When I went after it was straight. I liked the height of the Ventus compared to the Rdx 

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On 10/22/2021 at 4:42 PM, Lacassem said:

I failed at getting a round in this week unfortunately but got to the range today. Have not swung a club in about 3 weeks unfortunately and we have had some of the best weather all year the past month 🤦‍♂️
 

I only hit 10 balls between my driver and 3 wood. Wasn’t all that comfortable today swinging them and wanted to focus on the irons.

Took videos and was noticing I was letting my wrists do the work at the beginning, got into a much better groove, glad I videoed.

My tempo feels great and I have gotten very comfortable with the shorter back swing and high finish, I find my best ball striking is this way. Going to get back into planemate in the next month or so, it’s brought me a long way in the short time I used it, looking forward to continuing the off season.

 

Swing looks solid man.

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6 hours ago, rbsiedsc said:

Felt I had to swing harder with it to make it go. the Ventus also seemed to be more low on the face.

Good sign that it’s a bad fit. Having to go after it there will be days that really work and days where it’s going to play havoc. I love the feel and stability of the ventus but I had similar issues with the one I one because it was x flex and just didn’t jive with it when my swing was off

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@sirchunksalot @bens197 thank. I’m gonna have to go back to some archives and see if I can get a good swing video from 2 years ago. Wasn’t taking many then.

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3 hours ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Good sign that it’s a bad fit. Having to go after it there will be days that really work and days where it’s going to play havoc. I love the feel and stability of the ventus but I had similar issues with the one I one because it was x flex and just didn’t jive with it when my swing was off

So should I not even bother testing it?

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went to the golf store to try some more putters, trying to find the magic wand . Left feeling that I been there , done that and cant see myself paying for an expensive putter that I will only use once

I looking closer at my own putting stroke and will try to get a lesson in putting for the first time . I'm feel Im better golfer  when I try to control the speed more with my right shoulder girdle . Meaning I like to power the putter with my right shoulder , turning, rocking , whatever its called and try tto pace out my putting stroke with that in mind

Also trying a metronome to even out the tempo and not to get to over accelerating and trying for more constant speed through the ball.   I find the feeling I get is  left hand seems  control the  face angle of my putter and right shoulder girdle  control the tempo for most putts

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11 hours ago, Jmikecpa said:

I keep trying to kick this wedge out but every strike is just pure center so I decided it was either my delivery or approach. Thanks to my pro on Thursday we decided it was my delivery. Hit 100 balls or so today before I played and well it is now back off the waiver wire. Every shot with it is just dead nuts center. 

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What was the issue with the shots that your delivery was causing?  I'm curious if its the same 'slider' funk I get into sometimes.  I'll get sweet spot contact but my hands lag behind and I sweep the ball instead of compressing it so the ball slides up the face and I lose distance and end up slightly right of target.  Very frustrating and takes a good wedge session and lots of deliberate practice to get rid of.

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9 hours ago, rbsiedsc said:

So should I not even bother testing it?

Nothing wrong with testing it but don’t change your swing. When testing you want to see how it works with your normal swing. 
 

if you are changing your swing to try and get it to do whatever your are trying to attempt in a shot then it’s not a true representation of your swing and if it’s a fit.

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1 hour ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

Nothing wrong with testing it but don’t change your swing. When testing you want to see how it works with your normal swing. 
 

if you are changing your swing to try and get it to do whatever your are trying to attempt in a shot then it’s not a true representation of your swing and if it’s a fit.

Thanks. Also realized last night the data I posted was wrong. Apologies. Those were both Ventus logs at higher tee height. Left at 10*, right at 8*. Here is the actual data. Matched at same tee height. Need to do both shafts at a higher tee height. 
 

Rdx blue 6.0 75g
  Ventus blue 6s  
Ventus higher tee
 
Swing speed Ball speed Swing speed Ball speed Swing speed  Ball speed
102 146 100 138 105 152
101 145 103 142 108 157
102 144 99 151 105 155
100 145 100 141 102 156
102 151 98 145 108 159
102 145 101 148 102 152
99 151 102 153 100 149
100 146 105 156    
102 149        
99 141        
101.1428571 146.7142857 100.4285714 145.4285714 104.2857143 154.2857143


 

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1 hour ago, Shapotomous said:

What was the issue with the shots that your delivery was causing?  I'm curious if its the same 'slider' funk I get into sometimes.  I'll get sweet spot contact but my hands lag behind and I sweep the ball instead of compressing it so the ball slides up the face and I lose distance and end up slightly right of target.  Very frustrating and takes a good wedge session and lots of deliberate practice to get rid of.

Similar issue but mine was my front shoulder. Was moving too much up at impact instead of level. This was causing me to lose my angle with my hands and wrists making me deliver too much loft. Or at least that was how it was explained to me. I just took focus on more level shoulders and everything else fell in line.   I like to feel like I am driving a wedge shot and who knew it was me and not the club. 

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Went to the range to do some drills from a previous teacher, Andreas Kali out of Denmark. You can check out his Instagram page to see a WHOLE BUNCH of kids/young adults he works with at the Danish Golf Academy. He was the only coach that gave me drills to work on my leg action, and one to help get the proper path on the follow-through. His swing ideas for me are more basic than what I’ve been working on with Tyler McGhie, and I know my lower body/legs are always an issue. 
First time in awhile I was flushing my irons and hitting a dime-size spot in the center of the face. Andreas does two lessons for $200-ish and Tyler is $300 for one, so I think I’m going to sign-up for 2 more lessons with Andreas.

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1 hour ago, PMookie said:

Went to the range to do some drills from a previous teacher, Andreas Kali out of Denmark. You can check out his Instagram page to see a WHOLE BUNCH of kids/young adults he works with at the Danish Golf Academy. He was the only coach that gave me drills to work on my leg action, and one to help get the proper path on the follow-through. His swing ideas for me are more basic than what I’ve been working on with Tyler McGhie, and I know my lower body/legs are always an issue. 
First time in awhile I was flushing my irons and hitting a dime-size spot in the center of the face. Andreas does two lessons for $200-ish and Tyler is $300 for one, so I think I’m going to sign-up for 2 more lessons with Andreas.

are you going all in with his swing approach?  I was pointed to his site a while ago and he definitely teaches a specific golf swing method.

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Hit 25 putts from 3 feet and 25 from 6 feet. Am currently doing testing for the Odyssey White Hot Rossie so a plus of that is I will be getting a lot of putting practice haha. Head on over to the link to check on my initial impressions and follow along on that thread. 

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1 hour ago, cnosil said:

are you going all in with his swing approach?  I was pointed to his site a while ago and he definitely teaches a specific golf swing method.

Not sure at this point. Every single teacher I’ve had over the last 7-8 years taught some sort of method. McGhie teaches a type, the guy from Martin Chuck’s group taught a method, etc. I was recommended to a guy at Colonial in Texas but when he became Head Pro that went down the drain. There’s a TPI instructor at a CC 30 miles from here, but they only teach members.

Anyway, it seems like everywhere I turn it’s a “method”. 

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37 minutes ago, PMookie said:

Not sure at this point. Every single teacher I’ve had over the last 7-8 years taught some sort of method. McGhie teaches a type, the guy from Martin Chuck’s group taught a method, etc. I was recommended to a guy at Colonial in Texas but when he became Head Pro that went down the drain. There’s a TPI instructor at a CC 30 miles from here, but they only teach members.

Anyway, it seems like everywhere I turn it’s a “method”. 

 

... Lots of great teachers can teach that way but I found most of my students responded best by learning to continue to do what they do, just do it better. I know you are a really good player but like all of us you probably have tendencies that  hold you back. Recognizing your strengths and building on them while helping to eliminate or reduce your faults is the best way to teach in my humble opinion. There are some players that respond well to breaking down their swing and rebuilding it with a method and to be fair I didn't teach many elite players, mostly 10 index and above although I did have some single digit students. But if you are a natural hitter, teaching you a smooth swinging method isn't gonna work long term nor is teaching a smooth swinger a more explosive hitting motion method. It probably won't come as a surprise that most teachers, teach what they do well. 

... My personal philosophy is we all have a natural swing that comes with faults. We spend years and years trying to do something different and in the end we cycle back to our natural swing with our faults reduced or even eliminated. So good luck with your instructor and I hope you find one that helps you be the best you that you can be. 👍

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9 hours ago, chisag said:

Lots of great teachers can teach that way but I found most of my students responded best by learning to continue to do what they do, just do it better. 

... My personal philosophy is we all have a natural swing that comes with faults. We spend years and years trying to do something different and in the end we cycle back to our natural swing with our faults reduced or even eliminated. So good luck with your instructor and I hope you find one that helps you be the best you that you can be. 👍

For 99% of the golfers the approach of tweaking what you have is probably the best way since they won’t invest the time necessary to completely overhaul their swing.   I asked about what pmookie was doing because the coach he is using teaches everyone the same swing and the junior players he coaches are successful.   Look on his Instagram page and every kids swing looks basically the same.   They do a lot of indoor time working on technique due to the weather in Denmark.  

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In 2015 or 2016 I started lessons with the top teacher here in Louisiana. He took what I had and made tweaks. Over the course of 2 years my swing looked really good, one-plane, and it was comfortable. Well, the Pro changes his philosophy ENTIRELY to a system, and the next thing you know my swing went to 💩. I left him and started a search. Only one teacher I’ve worked with since didn’t have a method, but was so costly I couldn’t stick with him, and he didn’t do discounted “online” lessons. 
I’ve tried Martin Chuck’s guys, Mike Bender, Andreas, and Tyler, ALL systems. Of these, Andreas’s fits me the best for my natural feel.

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The beauty of testing a hitting net is that I’m out swinging a club nearly every day. 🙂

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