Funny golf tip from J.C. Anderson

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PGA TOUR player J.C. Anderson’s classic satirical instructional on what to think about when swinging the golf club.
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Harry Lyndon says:

That makes me feel so much better thanks Matthew Dent!

Darcy C says:

I just finished reading through these golf swing secrets “kaha shocking guide” (Google it) last week before going out and putting the exercises to the test. I never thought that after playing for Three decades, my swinging skill can still be improved. By following the drills, I was able to concentrate more on the minor information.

Paul H says:

I would love to have a beer with this guy.

Guitar Heros says:

I try to flat load my feet, so I can snap load my power package. That way I can amplify both lag and drag pressure through impact fix. As long as my number two power accumulator doesn’t break down, I can reach maximum centripetal force with minimum pivotal resistance. You see, the pivot is the utilization of multiple centers to produce a circular motion for generating centrifugal force on an adjusted plane plus the maintenance of balance is necessary to promote the two line delivery path.

untitled6981 says:

pretty sure i wouldnt even be able to pull off that trick shot. lol

Damian Spehar says:

I love snap loading my power package lol

Carol Sharritts says:

XGot it!, Now to put it in practice!! lol

Steve Kerr says:

I had the pleasure of playing with JC today at the PGA village-Ryder Course. Guy can play, he shot a 70 from 7200 that played like 7500 with wind and soaking wet fairways and no roll. He beat me by 7

Andy Jackson says:

J.C. understands Homer Kelley's Golfing Machine, the most indecipherable golf book ever written… or at least he's heard some of Kelley's key buzz phrases. I made it to about page 20 on three different tries before finally giving up. Kelley probably figured out the golf swing but there's no way to tell since his book is so complicated.

Grant McCausland says:

No. Its the positive paralactic readjustment while relaxing at the pivotal perpendicular centrifugal intercourse that produces the perfect shot.

Ken Mitchell says:

That was beautiful! I personally think that 'experts' analyze the swing to death. The best instruction I ever heard is, 'just hit the f—ing ball'.

RyantheCanuckpirate says:

I like the part where I understood some of those words

string22 says:

where can I read the theory to understand it like you do?? Is it in Homer Kellys book the golfing machine??

jonathan47 says:

"snapload my power package"

Timothy Lee says:

hahahaha so funny

hud morse says:

i want his hat, someone help me find it

payryan says:

as long as the number 2 power accumulator doesn't break down….. thats been my problem all along!?!

nofightsnecessary says:

This video's been on youtube for like 4 years… and it's better without the cheeky music in the background. /watch?v=NaOrTqo9F7A

kiddokang says:

the funniest thing is……i actually understand what he's saying

Ryan Tsang says:

See, golf is geometrically oriented layer force; it involves a physics of muscular thrust, and geometry of the circle. You can divide the golf swing into 24 components each between 12-15 variations.

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