Really interesting video. Can you make it work with driver as well?
Love your videos and continuous journey of learning . Look forward to a better bubble swing video in slow motion. Since the release is earlier to create the bubble swing, isn't this casting ? Or are you holding on to the lag? Please clarify .
Hi Brendan, have you looked up or heard of the C Motion move on YouTube which is very similar to what you are talking about
If you look up Robert Johansson he explains it the simplest
If you go to Brian Manzella's (a partner of Michael Jacobs) website and get his short video called "Ideas about the Release", you will see this exact same feel being discussed. Throwing with a pivot.
Brian would be a very interesting interview. Would love to see that on your channel.
The wide hand arc, versus the "forward" pull on the downswing, is very reminiscent of Mike Malaska's "down and out" move he recommended to you. He was quick to notice that you were on the top of his list of better players that was a "handle yanker". I think your on to something. Thanks for channel, I've diffently gotten better at golf!
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Sounds familiar to me concerning the yellow spot before the ball and it reminds me of the 2 o'clock drill from the "crazy" guy Bobby Lopez.
The bubble concept is easy to understand if you think about what you would need to do if you had a clubhead on a string. If you held one end of the string in your left hand near your belt buckle and the clubface in your right hand and threw the clubhead at the ball you would never be able to hit the ball. The clubhead would always be out of position. But if you throw the clubhead backwards from the top of your swing, it would fly away from your body until the string straightened out and then the string would redirect the clubhead towards the ball and the clubhead would follow a large arc around the body. If you want to test this, place a tee on the target line off of your back foot and a ball on a tee in the normal position. Swing the clubhead down to the ground at the back tee with your arms tension free. The clubhead will straighten out your arms at the back tee and swing down and through the ball. The arms act as the string and the straightening of the arms is what will stabilize the clubface. From there, you just have to figure out where to direct your backswing (Downswing) to get the clubhead in the right place to deliver the proper blow. It feels weird and it is counter intuitive but it works.