Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

Golf playing Parrot

Thursday, October 4th, 2007

Golf playing Parrot

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Watch as the parrot shows you how to putt.

I wish I had a parrot like this! :)

Golf Video – Phil Mickelson Swing in Slow Motion

Thursday, October 4th, 2007

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Check out Phil Mickelson’s swing in slow motion. Great swing!

Golf Humor Video – Will it blend? – Golf Balls

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

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These guys must be getting so much traffic from blending stuff…then again…maybe not.

P.S. I wonder what kind of balls they used.  Probably some cheap hard balls.  But then again, maybe a beat up balata ball from the 90s…

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Golf Video – Ben Hogan’s Swing – Does Ben do Stack & Tilt?

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007

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Here’s Ben Hogan’s swing video I found on Youtube. Although you can’t hear anything, if you scroll to the end, you will be able to see Ben Hogan’s Driver swing in action.

It seems that Ben’s weight transfer starts way before his downswing. (which he did mention in his book, Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf)

Golf Video – Ben Hogan’s Swing – on plane

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

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Although there’s a concept that a golfer must stay on-plane during the downswing. That plane is always a mystery to me but Ben Hogan shows you how to do it right in this video.

Golf Video – Ben Crenshaw on Putting

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

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Check out Ben Crenshaw on Putting.

Everytime I watch his video, The Art of Putting, my putting has gotten better. This is actually an advice a lot of PGA Tour pros and teachers recommend.

I wish I can find a video of Ben putting on Youtube or whereever… we will have to wait until I do…

Fred Couples Swing – The Driver

Saturday, September 22nd, 2007

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I love Fred Couple’s swing. He probably has the most relaxed swing with such a fluid swing rhythm you can describe simple only as, “butter”.

He’s rhythm is the thing to copy. If you can watch his swing everyday and copy his rhythm, it will definitely help you.

Funny EA Tiger Woods 2008 Video Game Commercials

Monday, September 17th, 2007

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These are kinda fun to watch…

Tiger Woods and EA have teamed up together again for the new game, “Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08. From the commercials I have seen this game looks sweet. Online play just looks like it will be more fun for the non golfer. It seems like there will be a long drive contest and a trick shot mode in the gameplay according to the commercials I have seen. This game is going to be released on Tuesday(August 26).

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Get the Tiger Woods 2008 for Wii here:

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08
$49.99

Get the Tiger Woods 2007 for PS3 here: (2008 no yet out?)

Tiger Woods Pga Tour 07

Tiger Woods Pga Tour 07
$24.99

Get the Tiger Woods 2008 for PC here:

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 DVD

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 DVD
$39.99

Get the Tiger Woods 2008 for Nintendo DS here:

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08
$29.99

Tiger Woods Links

Thursday, September 13th, 2007

Here’s some useful information for following Tiger’s news or history:

We will be creating a Golf Social News site where people can see all the news in the world for golf… well… if I can just get my lazy ass to be in the same seat by my computer instead of heading to the driving range…

Junger Woods Swing Tips – The Low-Bullet Slice Shot

Wednesday, September 12th, 2007

Junger Woods Swing Tips - The Low-Bullet Slice Shot

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This is probably my favorite arsenal in my bag. You’ve probably seen Tiger on the practice tee showing off this shot too.

It’s a low-bullet slice shot. It’s great for hitting around the trees. The ball will take off very fast at about 90mph and then curve quickly at the end to the right.

Here’s how to hit it:

1. Get a 2 or 3 iron.

2. Open your stance about 30 degrees to the left. (The amount you open depends on how much curve you want on the ball. This must be acquired by practice and feel.)

3. Open your clubface about 30 degrees to the right. (same as above)

4. Put the ball in the center or back of your stance. (This depends on how low you want the ball to start. But don’t put the ball too far back, otherwise you will end up hitting down on the ball and put too much backspin which will make it go up.)

5. Rhythm is everything. Swing nice and easy about 3/4 or 1/2 swing. (A knock-down shot basically…)

P.S. You don’t have to hit down on the ball. Actually you want to sweep the ball like a Driver or a 3 Wood. The reason is again that you don’t want to hit down on the ball. That will cause extra backspin which will make your ball flight rise and beats the whole purpose of trying to hit a “low-bullet” slice shot.

You can practice this shot by trying to hit at driving range poles, yard markers, etc…etc…