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    Elbow plane with divots pointing left...i like it alot.


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    Hulk Hogan??????

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    This is really good.

    However, if he wants to be the next Hogan, he has to hit muscleback blades.

    Hogan used the ground more to push off of. Hogan was very 'squatty' at the halfway down point, especially in comparison to his knee flex at address. This golfer doesn't have that same look. Doesn't lower his CoG the same. Still, really awesome swing. Wish it was my own.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip Putterman View Post
    Hulk Hogan??????

    This kid is the next Ben Hogan. He has a unbelieveable swing. Remember the name Alex Matlari.

    He has a +3,5 handicap and hits it on a rope everytime.

    He is the Evian Junior Masters (World Champion) .
    You were saying?
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    "My only handicap is me"!!!

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    He has an awsome swing, just doesn't remind me of Hogan at all.

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    I totally agree, no way Hulk Hogan can swing like that. That was nice.
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    Doesn't look like Hogan's swing and i'll wait to see if he can win 9 majors and 64 tournaments before comparing him to Mr. Hogan, it's a bit early for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trickyric67 View Post
    He has an awsome swing, just doesn't remind me of Hogan at all.
    +1

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    Even my untrained eye does not see Hogan. REALLY REALLY nice move though.
    The easiest way to slay a dragon is to run up to it and shove a spear in it's throat.

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    Definitely not a perfect copy of Hogan but a lot of pieces are there.Tempo is slower than Hogan so on the surface it looks nothing like him.

    It's more of a Hogan/Trevino hybrid.Like Lee,he bows the left wrist to start the downswing.Hogan also had more lateral hip motion on the downswing.

    He's only 15 so plenty of potential there.I can see plenty of "top 50" instructors stumbling over each other for a coaching contract if he was in the US.He's German I believe.

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