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Comment from Jim N
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9/3/2014 at 1:43 AM
Amazing. Played today. Shot a 55 on the front nine. Basically did what you said on the back nine . Shots 40 on a difficult course. Stayed loose out drove everyone. Won money. What a difference this tip can make! Jim
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Question from Harry T
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9/3/2014 at 1:17 AM
Hello Jim
what is your personal opinion of not grounding the clubhead at address..?

Question from Michael O
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9/2/2014 at 11:14 PM
Jim, thanks for another great lesson! You make it look so relaxed and fluid!
In using this type of hands and arms dominated swing motion, do you encourage the pronation and supination action?
Also, do you have any plans to teach golf coaches and other teaching professionals? Thanks again! Michael
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Comment from Byron P
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9/2/2014 at 10:53 PM
Jim. Thanks. Great tip. I think it would work for me as I have a really bad lower back and need an arm based swing.
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Question from Peter H
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9/2/2014 at 10:20 PM
I know you emphasize the one-piece takeaway. What is your opinion about a one-piece swing movement of shoulders and arms at the top of the swing? I don't know if it's wrong or right, but I've gotten very used to it, and maybe I've traded distance for consistency.
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Comment from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 9:52 PM
Thanks, Jim. I´ve allway thought I have two swings, one a body swing and the other a ´swingy´ swing (à la Ernest Jones, as Murray comments) and I have allways felt caught in between. This is an excelent description of the ´other swing´. Maybe I should get back to the drawing board!
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Comment from Elizabeth M F
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9/2/2014 at 9:48 PM
Thank you!!
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Comment from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 9:33 PM
Comment from Murray Henley

Yes, Jim, you almost said it! "Swing The Clubhead." It's as simple as that. Ernest T. Jones must be smiling.

Here is a teaching pro who is a vocal proponent of the "swing the clubhead" concept. BTW, this is someone who could add something different to Revolution Golf. Ron Sisson on Youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8w00dSxmFaw
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Comment from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 8:52 PM
It's nice to hear a lesson that doesn't mention "core". Thanks!
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Comment from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 8:32 PM
I received my Building Blocks Set yesterday, I did not need to see this!!! I will attempt Building Blokks for a while but always enjoy Jim's tips.
Question from Dakota M
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9/2/2014 at 8:01 PM
Very interesting...So what method is used for the flexible type bodies compared to this body following the swing method? Would it be the swing following the body's lead then? Thanks
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Question from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 7:51 PM
I want to take a series of private lessons from Jim. How can I do that?
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9/2/2014 at 7:47 PM
Leslie King taught the "Free Arm Swing" in his book "Master Key to Good Golf". He goes into a great deal of detail. I recommend reading it if you want to master the free arm swing.
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Comment from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 7:37 PM
This a GREAT video clip!. I have tried the one piece all body type of swing and occasionally nail it.....but time and again when doing that forget to swing the club and hit the ball with my hands. This video is giving me permission to have a hands and arms dominated swing and finally to really understand that golf is definitely not a " one swing fits all " game. Thank you Jim I have posted it to "favourites".

Chris from Australia.
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Comment from Peter R
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9/2/2014 at 7:22 PM
I have been looking at this a little lately especially Chris Kirk's swing. I am a little quick and tense more often than fluid and I think this is the style of swing I need to change to to get better consistency and less muscle pain. I enjoy your tips and have and use your training videos.
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Question from John R
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9/2/2014 at 7:18 PM
Hi Jim. That looks like it could be good for me to stop the violence in my swing/hit. I cannot stop from cutting across the ball, outside in - could this help with that. John from sydney
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Question from Michael D
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9/2/2014 at 7:10 PM
Hi Jim, Thanks for this informative lesson. I think my swing has developed into this very type of style. When I am on, I am contacting the ball well and have quite repeatable distance through my club set. But even when I am striking the ball solidly, I seem to have very high trajectory with my irons (not though with my fairway metals and driver). This makes the game harder in windy conditions and robs me of some distance and rollout. The question I have is how do you get more forward shaft lean at impact (so I can flight the ball lower and probably farther) with this type of looser swing? Any thoughs on that would be appreciated.
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Comment from Anonymous
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9/2/2014 at 7:07 PM
Comment Mike B. cheers Jim.i use this swing for my shots 110 meters down mostly producing accurate shots . Good to hear from u reinforcing my thoughts about having two swings
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Question from Colin F
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9/2/2014 at 7:04 PM
Now were talking swing theory. Seems this is a natural swing. I grew up learning to clear hips and that they lead the way for arms and then club/hands. Puts more stress on the hips and now I feel it over the years
But sometimes if I don't clear hips hands turn over creating duck hooks. Seems like this swing isn't powered by lower body and is less consistent because timing of hands must be perfect.
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Comment from Donald M
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9/2/2014 at 6:48 PM
I play this way even though I am very flexible. It seems to me it is simply the best way to play, certainly the most enjoyable way to play. Lack of flexibility originates in tension. There is no such thing as a relaxed inflexible body. The modern swing requires flexibility because it demands tension. And, it seems to me that it is all based on the shaky propositions that a short motion is a more accurate motion and that a body with fewer moving parts would move better. Can you imagine telling a gymnast that they would stick the landing better if only they would not move their head?