Tag Archives: Shot Data

I Play A Fade Jack Nicklaus-Style – What Does The GC Quad Show?

When it comes to shot-shaping, you all know I’ve always been highly critical of the concept of “swinging left,” for several reasons.

First, because it’s hard on the lower back – all of your force is going out and to the right (for a right-hander) and you’re trying to yank the club left through impact.

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Thoughts On Irons – MCS = Consistency!

If you look at the raw data I managed to get for some of my irons, you’ll notice one thing above all else – the MCS Golf Swing model gives you remarkable consistency in ball-striking, even when you are not in the best “swing shape.”

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Proper MCS Setup = Longer Drives (Attack Angle, Spin & Carry)

The raw numbers data for this posting can be found on the top page & a previous posting.

The numbers session with the GC Quad provided some data that will interest those wanting to know how to drive the ball longer without killing yourselves.

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Shot Data Series 1 – Driver Stats

Note: This posting contains strictly raw data with future postings on the specifics of that data to come.

If you find it overwhelming, just bear in mind that this posting is the reference base from which any postings on the GC Quad session from Friday will flow.

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1st Trackman Experience! (DJ’s Theory Proven)

smash-factorI mentioned yesterday that my forgetting about Open House Day brought both disappointment and a learning experience.

I had my first go on Trackman, and although it is much like any other simulator, it has been proven to be so far the most accurate measuring device for hitting golf balls.

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