Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby lagpressure » Tue Nov 23, 2010 10:02 pm

http://advancedballstriking.com/sam_randolph2.mp3

In this second installment of our 4 part series, Sam and I discuss some of the modern swing fads
such as Stack and Tilt, X Factor, One Plane Swing, Haney, the backswing, the slot, alignment, saving your back
heavy gear, being left handed and playing right handed, how Sam learned early how to shape shots, Sam's amazing
experience playing in the Masters and being low amateur twice, Bulter Cabin, being paired with Nicklaus on Friday
and Saturday at Augusta, playing under pressure, handling nerves, Bryon Nelson's tip to Sam on grip pressure,
and how you can meet Sam and attend The Masters this year with Sam as your host.
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby welshdentist » Wed Nov 24, 2010 12:41 am

lagpressure wrote:http://advancedballstriking.com/sam_randolph2.mp3

In this second installment of our 4 part series, Sam and I discuss some of the modern swing fads
such as Stack and Tilt, X Factor, One Plane Swing, Haney, the backswing, the slot, alignment, saving your back
heavy gear, being left handed and playing right handed, how Sam learned early how to shape shots, Sam's amazing
experience playing in the Masters and being low amateur twice, Bulter Cabin, being paired with Nicklaus on Friday
and Saturday at Augusta, playing under pressure, handling nerves, Bryon Nelson's tip to Sam on grip pressure,
and how you can meet Sam and attend The Masters this year with Sam as your host.


Bang on about freedom to turn, X-Factor misinterpretation, hitting the slot and modern thoughts.

Great interview

Thanks guys
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby zicomartin » Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:58 pm

great interview, looking forward to week 3 already.
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby 1teebox » Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:54 pm

Really enjoyed your interview with Sam Randolph. Top shelf. Thank you.
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby Addington Arnie » Wed Nov 24, 2010 2:57 pm

+1 Great stuff Lag and Sam :D

Cheers, Arnie
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby eagle » Fri Nov 26, 2010 4:03 am

Part 2 is full of good stuff.

I love the story about setting up a course in Geiberger's home. Just kids having fun. I'm headed to the store and get some ping pong balls....
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby lagpressure » Sat Nov 27, 2010 10:01 pm

I still think about Sam's talk with Nicklaus down the fairway at Augusta. It's really compelling, because if you think about it.. it's all the more reason to design your golf swing to embrace the inevitable, rather than try to run from it.
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby Paul C » Tue Nov 30, 2010 7:13 am

Keep these interviews coming, I'm learning a lot from them. Is it possible to get Jackie Burke, Jr. to come on and talk to us?
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby lagpressure » Tue Nov 30, 2010 10:59 am

I'll have Part 3 coming out hopefully Thursday.

Sam gets into putting, and we talk about equipment.
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Re: Sam Randolph with ABS/ Part 2

Postby Steb » Tue Nov 30, 2010 12:59 pm

Putting, great. To wet the appetite of all those fellow ABS'ers who are frustrated they're not converting their improved ballstriking into birdies, how about this:

"In 2003, I was struggling until Sam gave me a putting lesson on Tuesday at Colonial in Fort Worth. He has a good eye and a way of communicating that really connected. I went on to win Colonial that week and two more tournaments to have my best season ever.” -Kenny Perry, 14– PGA Tour Victories
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