YouTube video and to say hello

YouTube video and to say hello

Joined: May 4th, 2007, 3:33 pm

May 18th, 2008, 1:06 am #1

Hi Chazman:

I just wanted to let you know there is an 8 minute video clip of me performing the Joe Norwood Golf Swing on You tube. The YouTube link is:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdR6Ev1gXDU

Please drop by my forum any time and comment. You're always welcome.

All the Best,

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Joined: August 2nd, 2004, 11:57 pm

May 19th, 2008, 12:20 pm #2

I'm assuming that when I didn't see a little splash
right next to the little target that you hit it?

Very impressive. Very effective.
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Joined: May 4th, 2007, 3:33 pm

May 19th, 2008, 3:30 pm #3

Hi Cd,

Yes 1 or 2 times I was dead on. I'm working on a driver shoot and should have it on YouTube in a couple of weeks.

Thanks for the kind words.

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

May 19th, 2008, 5:49 pm #4

You have a very compact, effortless looking swing, and from the splashes in the water, very accurate too!

You and I are about the same build, so this is very intriguing to me!
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Joined: May 4th, 2007, 3:33 pm

May 19th, 2008, 5:53 pm #5

Hi Chazman,

One thing is for sure. We would find it a bit difficult getting inside and out of a VW Bug.

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

May 24th, 2008, 5:18 pm #6

club up kind of like Nicklaus just before you
start your back swing. IS THAT something unique
to your swing or did your grand dad also do that?

I hurt my left foot bad in jan and am just starting to walk a little on it with a ski boot.
I gave your grandads vid to Mr Chazman and hopefully
he will give it a good try, AND MAYbe pass it around
some so more guys can get a feel for it,
I should be able to start swinging again in late
summer and hope to look at the swing in more detail.

I don't know if you remember me or not- i think
i was the first one to post on you forum.

JC
One more thing how far where the signs in the water
you where hiting at? WHere the water balls a little
dead?
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Joined: May 4th, 2007, 3:33 pm

May 24th, 2008, 5:45 pm #7

Hi Justin:

There is no lift at all in the feet. The left foot stays planted, the right heel will always come up when one is standing on their right toe. The right foot is not lifted it is a reaction to the weight shift to the left side. When done correctly the weight shift has 70%+ weight on the left sole to toe area, a little miss will result in a slight movement off the left toe.

Of Course I remember you. Your post is still on my forum.

The small island is about 40-50 yards, the middle one about 140 yards. I was using an 8 iron. I was using the newest floaters in the bucket. The weathered ones are only good for short shots. On the course I use the longest TOP FLITE I can get because with this swing the ball stops from 1-15 feet from where it lands depending on whether it's a 30 yard pitch or a 200 yard 5 wood. In 35 years with this swing the ball has never, never backed up. It hits and holds.

Good luck on your recovery

Dan

Dan Norwood
http://www.dan-norwood.com
http://www.dan-norwood.com/the-anatomy- ... rwood.html

Preview the Book at:
http://www.dan-norwood.com/GOLF-O-METRICPREVIEW.html
Joe Norwood the Man and his Swing:
http://www.dan-norwood.com/Joe_Norwood_ ... _Swing.pdf
The semi-mysterious golf instructor
http://www.usgtf.com/articles/joe-norwood.html
Joe Norwood's 1st publication in 1941
http://www.dan-norwood.com/Joe_Norwood_ ... mphlet.pdf

YouTube Video of Joe Norwood Swing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdR6Ev1gXDU
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Joined: October 29th, 2006, 3:58 pm

May 24th, 2008, 8:31 pm #8

you club face lifts off the ground just a bit
before you start back KINDA LIKE IT lightly brushes the - top of the mat- the club head seems to hovver just
above the ground before you begin your back swing - anyway great swing!! Hope you will do a full video one
day. the guys at OPH might like to come film you
and sell and produce the vid- they do some good
vids sometime.- Dan my idea, i want 10% of the
profites!

---------------------------------------------------
ON a personall note , i know you are in the banking
business and i wonder if you might have some ideas
for my family and me.
AS a group we own 3 houses- 1 completly paid for.
another with a 1200k a month payment, and another
with a 1500k amonth payment- and we can't sell
any one of them and the payments and insurance

is eating us alive. The 1200 a month was an investment
we bought 2yrs ago pretty cheap to fix up but
no one will buy it at this time and i don't think
we can sell it even for what we bought it for.
WE also own a lot free and clear worth about
375k and we can't sell that either.

AS a banker do you have any ideas?
There is a lot of infighting in the group.

I say sell everything we have for what we can get
except for the house that is paid for and get
the devil up there.
If WE do that i think we would have the one house
free and clear and about 200k in the bank.
That sounds good to me but other members are
determined to get more for the property in this bad
housing time.
I would like to discuss your ideas and opinions
on this and i know this is not the right forum.
My e-mail adress is dorothycordell@comcast.net
if you might be able to add something to this.
THANKS FOR YOUR PATIENTIENCE ANYWAY
Maybe i should post this on your site where it is more
appropriate- sorry spell check on the fritz today
I might point out that two of the houses are on a golf
course,

JC
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Joined: May 4th, 2007, 3:33 pm

May 24th, 2008, 8:54 pm #9

Hi Justin:

Ok Now I understand. Yes the club is hovering over the ball about and inch above it and the bottom part of the blade is in line with the back of the ball. My Grandfather taught me to never ground the club at address as the ground causes resistance to the backswing.

The Driver is even higher in the air.

I thought you were talking about my left foot, then possibly my right foot and by the way my right foot tends to slide a little only because I don't wear golf shoes. I tend not to play in wet weather or in the mornings. My right foot has moved under the pressure of the swing many a time. I know the answer is golf shoes but I haven't worn golf shoes in 20 years and then only when I played in tournaments.

As to the personal thing. Just go to my site and get my phone number and call me and we'll discuss your options and I would suggest deleting that part of your message.

Dan
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