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    That is the OLD Sergio move. I think it's worth a lot - of more yds with a driver.

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    Schlee used what he called a Dynamic weight shift. He wanted the weight to stay mostly on the left foot throughout the swing. The lower body action looked a lot like Hogan.

    I believe he won The Hawaiian Open.

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    A few yrs ago at a golf show, I walked by a booth manned by a "Top 50" instructor. He was mesmerized by a video of Hogan. By the time the clubhead had just passed Hogan's right foot on the BS, he had TOTALLY moved over onto his left side. As soon as the club started back, his left hip would start moving to the left. For 5 mins I stood watching Mr Top 50 as he would rewind and replay while muttering to himself, "What's he doing?".

    Maybe it was Schlee's dynamic weight shift.

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    I believe that Trevino and several others, also have a similar move.

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    quote:Originally posted by MizunoJoe

    That is the OLD Sergio move. I think it's worth a lot - of more yds with a driver.
    MJ,

    Does this cause you to lead with the hosel, increasing the possibility of a s*ank?

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    Sand,

    The hosel always leads - you can't hit the inside of the ball otherwise. The shank is a possibility in any swing when the feel of the SWEETSPOT is lost.

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    Schlee's tape is a must see IMO. He takes many areas to 'extremes' that I wouldn't, however his knowledge is clear.

    Brian, what do you think of his work?

    How much of a shake up was his book/tape with Ben? Sure looks to me like he has TGM knowledge.

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    I use the system still. I find it helps me hit the ball more solid, additional distance off the tee, and great height on the ball with my irons. I got the tapes from my Dad in the 1980's and then found a golf pro who was a disciple of Schlee (he use to have a golf school for this system). The pro told me I was using the method effectively and should continue, but most people (I'm a single digit handicapper) could not hold the angle through the swing so the system simply was not working for the average golfer. I still have the VHS tapes and review them each year. I need to put it on a DVD to preserve it. Additional post talk about the Hogan secret...my understanding (I grew up at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth) is that the actual secret was when Hogan took his back knee and moved it toward the ball on the downswing which drop his hands into the slot. Actually a book written about this, "Afternoons with Mr. Hogan" by Jody Vasquez. The cupped wrist was a part of this, but the knee to the ball was THE SECRET. What Schlee did in his system was to start you at perfect impact (knee flex at ball) and then do a backswing and return to that perfect impact position. You don't start at neutral...you start at impact. Hope this helps!

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