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Flip Gentry

CyberVision is the name of company. What is a CyberVision task?

Sébastien EBALARD

Hey Shawn,
thanks for this video:)
question: when you are imagining a nail with your golf club, where is the nail, is it a nail 1 meter above the ball or the nail is on the middle of the ball? If the nail is on the ball, then i suppose the golf club can be imagined as a sledgehammer

Shawn Clement

Yes, the ball is the head of the nail and the club face is the face of the hammer. You are using the WEIGHT of the arm-club unit to squeeze or compress the nail through the base of the door frame and the ensuing elastic collision makes the ball leap off the face into the air TOWARDS THE DIRECTION YOU WANT THE BALL TO START ON.

Sébastien EBALARD

Hey Shawn,
Thanks very much for the hammer drill, I have recently observed great improvements in my game with this drill 🙂 this came just after i trained with a real hammer and a door frame at home. Fade is working really well (even if i will have to work to get more distance) and I hope i will get the draw soon too 🙂 Question: To hit a low fade do you imagine a nail that is on the ball and oriented toward the ground that is in front of the ball? Could you tell me wich video should i watch to hit low fade?

Sébastien EBALARD

I have been trying again yesterday on the golf course the hammer drill, my technique is unstable, Maybe I’ve to train on the perpetual motion to be able to fix my swing plane each time because sometimes,using the hammer drill, my swing works great and sometimes it doesn’t :p.

Sébastien EBALARD

Hello Shawn,
Analysing several videos in wich you are using the hammer, I think I might have some misconceptions on how to position the hammer so that the ball can fly in the proper direction. I have attached an image where it seems that the tip of the hammer is pointing toward the ground in front of the ball. So my question is how should be placed the tip of the hammer at adress?
thanks 🙂

Sébastien EBALARD


Sébastien EBALARD

Hello Shawn,
Thanks for your reply, understood to visualize only the nail. Just to let you know I was thinking it would be nice to have some mile markers with the hammer to use the hammer correctly. I’ve seen in particular that at the top of the backswing the angle of the wirst is at about 90 degrees and this angle is maintained until the clubhead realease by itself naturally with the centrical force. Using this last mile marker and let the hammer fall naturally on the nail I had few nice results and good contacts this morning :). I’ve also observed some identical sensations using the battering ram image.

In the same way, i wonder where should i visualize the nail for chip shots? In fact the ball is more at the back of the stance and having a nail even more at the back seems quite tricky. Also I can’t use the mile marker with the wirst at 90 degrees at the top of the backswing for chip shots. Then I don’t really feel or know how to let go the hammer or the battering ram at the top of my backswing for a chip shot.

thanks 🙂

Sébastien EBALARD

Hey Shawn,
Trying my best to feel comfortable hitting the nail with the golf posture, I am having issues with not enough room with the hammer and my arms to hit the nail. See the image to know about this. Any tips?
Thanks 🙂



This video has helped my find the missing piece in my swing. The super slow mode allows me to closely study your set up and I have compared it to mine. Wow, I was not set up low enough ! You and I are about the same build ( 6’1″)), I have long arms, legs and large hands. It takes some time for those extended parts to complete their task and by setting up too tall, I was really out of sync ! By studying your flexed knees and bent waist at set up, I have made similar adjustment and now feel body parts are all coordinated, total sync at top of back swing. And the results are amazing, way more consistent ball striking, effortless power, no more pulls caused by my torso out racing my arms etc.
Having real fun now, thanks Shawn !

Shawn Clement

Man, nice post! Missed this one! For those of you reading this post, see “feet together back to feet apart”, “pumping up the swing” and “throwing the club” as the knee flex he is talking about is the dynamic aspect of the posture at address one needs to deliver deep to the target!

Sam DeDominicis

Good stuff

Jeremy Moody

Miss you too. Still practicing WIG and enjoying the results on the course. Scoring is so so and still need to get the driver reliable. Iron play is good. Short game and putting coming on well and more consistent, just not enough time on the track. Watch those carbelicious meals in QC. J.

jean jacques LUGAND

thank you for this video which really help me to find my true goldilocks for each part if the swing

Jeremy Moody

Thanks for the summary. Cool to just watch without any sound. Really get the feel…

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