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  1. Brian says:

    Seems like Patrick will succeed but I don’t really see how he fits with the “perfect connection” threequarter width swing nor does he seem to display the Y shape formed by arms and shaft that figures in your basic series. Perhaps I’m missing something here.

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Brian,
      Thanks Brian for the question. With Patrick Reed and other tour players I am analyzing I am showing things that they do well like the posture, setup, The body position at the top, the tilt to the right with the driver, etc. We need to look at others and see what is good and what we can apply to our swing. Not every player will fit exactly what we want, but we must acknowledge a great player. Also understand that his swing plane is that of a tour player. Most amateurs will not be able to do that, but they can still achieve certain points that I discuss and like others have said they were able to take that analysis, apply it to their own game and get better from this analysis. Hope this answers your question.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

  2. Hi CJ, Thanks for the tips and the great video analysis. It gave me a few tips on what I need to work on. Finally got the point and found I was losing spine angle, causing the bad shots. Also got less steep with the driver and have added about 15 yards to my drives. Cheers, Richard

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Richard Langhans,
      Thanks Richard for the blog post. I am glad you were able to learn something from this video. Keep me posted.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

  3. Tom Brideau says:

    Thanks for the great video on Reed

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Tom Brideau,
      Your welcome sir. I hope you enjoyed it. More will follow of other tour players.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

  4. tom says:

    Well CJ that is what I’m working on, and you’ve got it right.
    For me to ‘lag’ I most certainly have to have my wrist ‘cocked’ at the top of the swing otherwise there is no rhythm or suppleness to create a lag.
    To maintain accuracy I found that keeping my clubhead lined up with my shirt buttons at address maintains my swingpath.
    At my address my clubhead is placed about four inches behind the teed ball in doing that my shoulders are square to the target at address and throughout my swing and not open which creates an out to in swing, casting.
    Thank for your video CJ it shows it perfectly, especially the ‘head behind the ball’ and ‘weight on the right’ at address, thankyou so much.

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Tom,
      Thanks Tom for taking the time to write in to me. I am glad you liked the video analysis. Keep up the great work.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

  5. Peter Lawsdn says:

    Hello CJ – greetings from Strasbourg,France This way of analyzing the swing is the best you have done. I bought your perfect connection dvd about a year ago and started working with it to improve my swing, get more consistent and accurate and up the length. Many of the things you point out about Patrick Reeds swing are the result of him being very close to your teachings. Of course he is only 23 with great talent, all that flexibility and surely having hit thousands of balls so there are some aspects that differ like for us all. I am 69 today and started playing golf 10 years ago I only play a round once or twice a week so live in another world. Anyway I do try and practice a fair amount and by applying your ideas, and watching all your nice little tips as well as those of Bobby Wilson, I think the various elements in my swing have become pretty close in most ways to what you point out in the video. Anyway the result is that now my confidence and regularity have improved to such an extent that my drives stay most of the time on the fairway and often travel 50 yards further, my irons keep “long and straight” as you say and this helps me to make regularly pars and birdies which before were very rare occasions. Thanks for helping to make the game so much more fun.

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Peter Lawsdn,
      Thanks Peter for the kind words and I am grateful that you have given me the opportunity to help you with your game. Keep in touch and let me know if there is anything you need.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

  6. jerry fullerton says:

    67 looking for speed and consistency, actually distance

    • CJ Goecks says:

      Jerry Fullerton,
      Aren’t we all Jerry lol. Are you an insiders member? If you are you can send your swing to me for free analysis each month. Keep me posted.
      Keep em Long and Straight,
      CJ

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