Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby lagpressure » Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:00 pm

This epic golf thread once hosted but then expelled from another golf site... has found it's way here to ABS where we welcome the insights of two time Australian Masters Champion and 5 time tour winner Bradley Hughes. This is a great thread and read....we are open to continuing the discussion here for those interested.

http://advancedballstriking.com/Bradley ... e/BHCL.htm

For anyone new to ABS, Bradley's contributions here have been epic, particularly in the private student area of the ABS Forum.

Be sure to visit Bradley's website at:
http://www.bradleyhughesgolf.com/
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby jrich99 » Tue Jun 14, 2011 11:54 pm

Go twomasters!!

I only made it to page 6 tonight, but there is some good material in there to consider. I love having both lag and two at the same site as resources!
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby Paul C » Wed Jun 15, 2011 4:11 pm

Nice, Two, read the whole thing. What's wrong with those guys down there, can't they stand success? Here's one nugget I pulled from the catch. My golf notebook is coming along nicely.

Twomasters on transition and lag: I see lag being created by not forcing the club down but by feeling a passive transition (a la the gavity drop)... where the club stays up and is not being pulled down…. pulling reduces the lag angle between your left arm and the shaft that you create…

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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby lagpressure » Wed Jun 15, 2011 5:42 pm

Two great golf threads have landed here... like "The City of Lost Children".
But of course these children know exactly what they are doing. 8-)
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby jrich99 » Wed Jun 15, 2011 6:45 pm

I love this site. I just wish there were more hours in a day to work on this stuff and an faster way to heal the stupid blisters from hitting 4-600 a day (NO I won't take it easy for a while :x ).

Thanks for transferring this over here. I am tempted to go create an account over on ISG and see how quickly I can get banned.
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby lagpressure » Wed Jun 15, 2011 9:52 pm

It's a TGM site, and if you don't agree with Homer's gospel 100% you get exiled. I was once called "The Judas" of TGM.
In the private section of this forum I have a thread called "Advice for TGM Converts". Being one of the original TGM experimental protege's, I feel I can speak with some authority on TGM.. both the good and the bad. There is a lot of stuff that is right.. a ton of stuff that is senseless and useless, and a lot of stuff that is wrong and harmful. I am sorry, but the greatest golf book is not going to be written by a 15 handicapper based upon observation and speculation.. no matter how "scientific" it might appear to be. The laws of physics haven't been changing much in the last 4 billion years, and I do believe that science can explain a lot of things.. such as why we should all be using heavier gear. f=ma p=mv Oddly enough there is an "m" in those equations that modern club designers seem to ignore... even with all the wind tunnel experiments and flight analyzers. Pulling out a laser scope sounds pretty scientific until you fixate it onto the wrong object and fly a ball 30 yards over a green. Do that one time and suddenly "feel" wins over technology.

TGM in reality only teaches swinging from a practical standpoint. The TGM hitting version is complete nonsense. But ironically, with all the 24 components and 144 variations combined with the essentials and imperatives, TGM boasts to cover all possible mechanically sound golf swings.. except for Ben Hogan's. So I have a bit of a problem with that... both then, now and tomorrow.
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby twomasters » Mon Jul 25, 2011 3:46 pm

I posted 2 videos on my youtube channel over the weekend that I recently filmed.... partly in response to what happened with the thread that I was involved in at that other forum....
The videos were to highlight and talk about the discussion that once was erupting there and give visual detail instead of just words....as for some words get lost in translation.

I think it summarizes reasonably well the argument for flatter heavier equipment and incorporates some swing ideals based on the advantages of using such equipment to help our improvement.

PART 1


PART 2
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby jrich99 » Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:06 pm

Funny that you posted those just now. I found them on youtube last night and really enjoyed them. Thanks for taking the time to make those.
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby 1teebox » Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:46 pm

Thanks for making and posting these videos for us.They provide solid explanations and strong visual reinforcement, exactly what I need.
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Re: Bradley Hughes Cuts Loose!

Postby Dani » Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:10 pm

Great Job !
Yes, viewing the physical action goes so much further then words alone for me.
I am really appreciating and enjoying these videos for all they have to offer.
Thanks much and looking forward to the sequel.
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