Just taken delivery of my new Callaway X18 irons and 454 driver so last evening found me teeing it up for the first round in at least four months...
3 bogeys, 2 birdies for a 1 over par 73 round Hardelot, a French Open Championship qualifying course near Calais.
So there must be something in Mindy's swing!
The fact that his grip separation obviates the inherent problem of having two hands coming out of two different sources which must create conflict is a major contribution to gathering all the ball and applying pressure.
Also the emphasis on the legs as the sole source of power means that one doesn't have to practice and play so much golf. As soon as I've plugged my feet into the ground, relaxed the wrists and forced the right elbow across the body, I KNOW where the ball is going and so does the opponent! Every fairway hit stands up to comparison with the pros.
Compare this statistic with the high speed slash which saw Tiger's ball OB over the weekend at Bay Hill.
I'll reflect about the hands in front of ball and report back.
Peter and Snakedoc: Did you manage to make something of the Mini tape from Florida?