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Flip Gentry

What is meant by “ momentum ONLY”?, does it mean without any added effort?
Very good lesson. Thanks.

Shawn Clement

Great question!!
We use momentum to engage the kinetic chain; no manipulations or interference or pushing or shoving (interference)-See “unstoppable momentum series” and “kinetic chain facilitation series”

Linda Soulages

Great video. I’ve been watching your videos for more than 10 years I’m glad to hear that we don’t have to hold the bird anymore never did work for me I can’t tell you the times the club slipped out of my hand. Had cataract surgery this year and I have 2020 in each eye so I can see Like an Eagle.Moo looks great Love watching him hit the ball so now he’s competing a long drive so cool. keep up the great work you’ve always been wonderful.

Shawn Clement

Right on Linda! So glad your sight is back to eagle vision! 👌👍😎
thank you for the great comment and glad you got the aha moment on the grip!

tftaz@cox.net

Sounds like I may need some work on my footwork…..It looks like a big part of the back swing effectively is a toss into the trail foot leveraged feel? From there you transition into a braced feel for the front foot that allows the momentum you generate with your club to whip through?
It also looked like this was something you should notice with the walking drill…I’ve done that drill but not paid attention the the Leverage/Brace relationship. It was just walking and swinging, easy enough to do but I did not have a clear path to integrate that to the real swing. I think sometimes I get out over the front foot and even with the walking I’m not going into a braced feel. Can’t wait to try this…..Thank you!

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