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PostSubject: Re: at address, what is the weight on both feet?   Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:37 pm

Duval_S wrote:
the sum of both should be equal to yor weight ...I think


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PostSubject: Re: at address, what is the weight on both feet?   Thu Aug 05, 2010 4:43 pm

After reading all this, I think I am doing everything all wrong. No wonder I have Jim Furyk's swing but without his accuracy....sigh. Being practicing and imitating his swirling his club in midair style which I finally succeeded, but then nowhere near his power nor accuracy...Sad How now?? Think I go try and imitate Charles Barkley's style as I heard he is quite popular with his golf swing.... Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: at address, what is the weight on both feet?   Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:13 pm

Tituman wrote:
After reading all this, I think I am doing everything all wrong. No wonder I have Jim Furyk's swing but without his accuracy....sigh. Being practicing and imitating his swirling his club in midair style which I finally succeeded, but then nowhere near his power nor accuracy...Sad How now?? Think I go try and imitate Charles Barkley's style as I heard he is quite popular with his golf swing.... Very Happy

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I heard the barkley swing quite effective leh ... maybe next week I will try it out at SSN ... ROFL

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PostSubject: Re: at address, what is the weight on both feet?   Thu Aug 05, 2010 7:42 pm

Well, I was taught to have equal balance on both feet during address, weight only move when I start to takeaway Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: at address, what is the weight on both feet?   Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:45 pm

Derek wrote:
Tituman wrote:
After reading all this, I think I am doing everything all wrong. No wonder I have Jim Furyk's swing but without his accuracy....sigh. Being practicing and imitating his swirling his club in midair style which I finally succeeded, but then nowhere near his power nor accuracy...Sad How now?? Think I go try and imitate Charles Barkley's style as I heard he is quite popular with his golf swing.... Very Happy

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I heard the barkley swing quite effective leh ... maybe next week I will try it out at SSN ... ROFL

Have not try it out yet myself, but if I can make it to next week's SSN and if the *added* incentives are there, I will try my best to hit one of his shots ha ha. Should be worth a bucketful of laughs if I can pull it off ... lol!

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