11 thoughts on “Think Up

  1. Do you mean left hip and left shoulder?

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    on November 5, 2015 at 12:51 am said:
    Hi Ulf,
    No, I don’t think up.
    The set up, 30 degrees tilt with the spine, together with the right hip and left shoulder lowering makes the club go Up as it goes around you.
    It coincides with the folding of the rear arm.

  2. Hi Ulf,
    No, I don’t think up.
    The set up, 30 degrees tilt with the spine, together with the right hip and left shoulder lowering makes the club go Up as it goes around you.
    It coincides with the folding of the rear arm.

  3. Hey Chuck,

    Hope all is well. I noticed nothing more has been posted about a membership and that no new videos have been posted in sometime. Are you going to complete this project?

    dennis

  4. Brandon,
    Unfortunately, we are in the midst of ridding ourselves of hackers aka criminals.
    Once we get through this issue with authorities we will move on.
    Thanks
    Chuck

  5. The left shoulder up, and the right shoulder down is necessary to produce a Mike Austin “Tilted Ferris Wheel ” type swing, whereas when the club is powered by a turning of the body, and a releasing of a lag, the shoulders obviously are best kept level

  6. The lead shoulder goes up and then around in the Mike Austin swing.
    That’s contrary to some swing techniques where the shoulders are turned level.
    Golfers may have a tendency for the body to go down toward the ball since the ball is sitting down on the ground.
    Moving downward prevents the lead shoulder from going up. Mike wanted to think up. Hope that helps.

  7. Can’t really hear what the video is saying. What do you mean by left shoulder up? Can you elaborate?

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