The next method I will try out.....Interlink System.

The next method I will try out.....Interlink System.

Joined: March 17th, 2007, 8:45 pm

May 7th, 2008, 4:53 am #1

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Joined: October 29th, 2006, 3:58 pm

May 8th, 2008, 4:46 pm #2

it seems geared more too a beginner golfer- talking about breaking 100
and getting into the 80's. You are way past that hurdle.

The man's swing looks interesting to me- he seems to have a very
aggressive upper body move through the ball, and his right
shoulder ends up high at his finish. It reminds me of Gary Player's
swing a bit. What do you see in this method that you like?

JC
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Joined: March 17th, 2007, 8:45 pm

May 8th, 2008, 9:33 pm #3

as to exactly what the mechanics are, what moves first, the setup, etc. etc.
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Joined: October 29th, 2006, 3:58 pm

May 12th, 2008, 3:10 pm #4

you can see some of what he teaches.
any idea what the 10 deg offset swing path is all about?
looks like he opens his stance 10 deg and then tries to swing his hands 10deg
right of his swing path. What do you think before you buy?

I don't know- the second video is done by a guy who must have
done 100 of these hype ads.

JC
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May 12th, 2008, 3:39 pm #5

He sounds kinda like Foster Brooks.
Let us know if it works.
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May 13th, 2008, 5:54 am #6

you can see some of what he teaches.
any idea what the 10 deg offset swing path is all about?
looks like he opens his stance 10 deg and then tries to swing his hands 10deg
right of his swing path. What do you think before you buy?

I don't know- the second video is done by a guy who must have
done 100 of these hype ads.

JC
They want you to set in the short game with a narrow stance, ball off of the trail foot, you address the ball with your stance being 10* open.

On the full swing then want you to have a square stance to the target line, and then rotate your arms and shoulders 10* closed at address.

The idea is that on both of these stances you are swinging on a hand path 10* closed, and that imparts straight ball flight.

Another idiocyncracy with this swing is that on all shots you have your arms and club shaft in a lower case y position which looks like a preset forward press to me.

There is certainly a lot of instruction on these DVDs, there are 6 of them. I only looked at the short swing and full swing dvds so far.

So far my attempts a practice with this swing hasn't looked to keen, it sort of is Symple Swing Mechanics with a 10* setup, normal grip and a forward press.
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May 15th, 2008, 6:42 pm #7

On the full swing they want you to have a square stance to the target line, and then rotate your arms and shoulders 10* closed at address - AND HIPS?

BY rotate do you mean just move them forward until 10* closed or
do you actually rotate them -hands, forearms, shoulders 10*
with your right or trail arm higher at address?

The word rotate confuses me - do you mean turn or just move forward?

If you bought the system already why don't you share it with
everyone - i am sure you will get it back from everyone.

YOU SWEET GUY YOU!!
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Joined: November 29th, 2007, 1:03 am

May 16th, 2008, 12:13 am #8

They want you to set in the short game with a narrow stance, ball off of the trail foot, you address the ball with your stance being 10* open.

On the full swing then want you to have a square stance to the target line, and then rotate your arms and shoulders 10* closed at address.

The idea is that on both of these stances you are swinging on a hand path 10* closed, and that imparts straight ball flight.

Another idiocyncracy with this swing is that on all shots you have your arms and club shaft in a lower case y position which looks like a preset forward press to me.

There is certainly a lot of instruction on these DVDs, there are 6 of them. I only looked at the short swing and full swing dvds so far.

So far my attempts a practice with this swing hasn't looked to keen, it sort of is Symple Swing Mechanics with a 10* setup, normal grip and a forward press.
How does this relate to the 11 degree club path on the VisionTrack golf aid now being marketed by medicus. There is a good video on this aid at www.visiontrack.com .

Dave
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May 16th, 2008, 6:04 am #9

On the full swing they want you to have a square stance to the target line, and then rotate your arms and shoulders 10* closed at address - AND HIPS?

BY rotate do you mean just move them forward until 10* closed or
do you actually rotate them -hands, forearms, shoulders 10*
with your right or trail arm higher at address?

The word rotate confuses me - do you mean turn or just move forward?

If you bought the system already why don't you share it with
everyone - i am sure you will get it back from everyone.

YOU SWEET GUY YOU!!
They instruct that the clubface will then appear to be open at address, and it does.

Problem is, with this set up I am pushing every thing??

I have only made it through 3 of the six dvds so far, when I am finished you can see it if you want.
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May 16th, 2008, 6:20 am #10

How does this relate to the 11 degree club path on the VisionTrack golf aid now being marketed by medicus. There is a good video on this aid at www.visiontrack.com .

Dave
http://www.visiongolf.com/video.htm

While this shows the correct path the club should be swung on, it differs from Interlink, in that the Interlink system wants you to stand parallel to the target line, but then rotate your arms and shoulders onto that 10* closed angle at address before you start the swing.
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