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Dynamic Swing


The Dynamic Swing is a new framework for understanding and constructing your optimal swing. It's value lies in the its ability to accommodate EVERY player, explain and aid player development, as well as adapt to the context in which the swing is performed.

Golfers have become conditioned to believe that the swing occurs in a vacuum. That is, swing a specific way to produce a specific result. The extreme position is that a perfect swing will produce a perfect result and a bad swing will produce a bad result. We all know intuitively that's not the case. I'm sure every player has hit excellent shots with bad swings and even bad shots with good swings. The only swing framework (that I know of) that can explain every possibility is the Dynamic Swing.

Another important consideration of the Dynamic Swing is that a consistent swing is not really what players need. A consistent swing cannot adapt to shot conditions. It reminds me of the gorilla that could hit the ball 350 yards. Problem was he couldn't hit any other shots!

You can't play the game without the ability to adjust to the needs of the shot. As a matter of fact, the definition of playing this game is solving the problems presented by the characteristics of the shot. Different lies, distances, hole locations, wind conditions, terrain, etc., demand different motions to solve the problem of the shot. So what players really need is control. The Dynamic Swing develops players' skills to produce control of the club and control of the golf ball.

The Dynamic Swing is a framework sorely needed to change the culture of the game and how its learned. We can finally accommodate and explain the differences between shots and how anyone can adapt to them.

If you want more information please contact me at 916 719.5515 or brett@taylorgolf.net


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Aim Point


Aim Point is a great tool to assist green reading. It is not mechanical or complex. It is simply different than what many are accustomed to. However, think about what you normally do when reading greens right now. In all likelihood, you squat to help see the line and gauge the speed and very often you may go to another side of the putt and take a second look. When you, hopefully, feel confident with your read you execute the putt.
Aim Point simply enhances and improves the very skills involved when reading a putt. It teaches you to use more senses (than only vision) and then identifies the best line based on the science of friction and gravity. The true value in the system is eliminating doubt from the equation. It is always better to hit a putt with confidence than without it, whether you actually have an accurate read or not. Doubting your read never leads to competent execution. Aim Point can help eliminate doubt from every putt you hit and that's valuable stuff. Do your putting a favor. Consider an Aim Point clinic or session from a certified Aim Point instructor. It just might be the missing ingredient to better putting.


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Ingenious in design the dynamic framework considers relationships between swing components to inform changes, but also identifies the components that require no change. It is not a model for a particular swing but rather a means to designing the perfect swing for any player by considering the individual's inherent attributes and building a simple motion that is most repeatable for that individual. Brett Taylor Golf Dynamic Swing
 
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The Dynamic Swing is a new framework for understanding and constructing your optimal swing. It's value lies in the its ability to accommodate EVERY player, explain and aid player development, as well as adapt to the context in which the swing is performed.

Golfers have become conditioned to believe that the swing occurs in a vacuum. That is, swing a specific way to produce a specific result. The extreme position is that a perfect swing will produce a perfect result and a bad swing will produce a bad result. We all know intuitively that's not the case. I'm sure every player has hit excellent shots with bad swings and even bad shots with good swings. The only swing framework (that I know of) that can explain every possibility is the Dynamic Swing.

Another important consideration of the Dynamic Swing is that a consistent swing is not really what players need. A consistent swing cannot adapt to shot conditions. It reminds me of the gorilla that could hit the ball 350 yards. Problem was he couldn't hit any other shots!

You can't play the game without the ability to adjust to the needs of the shot. As a matter of fact, the definition of playing this game is solving the problems presented by the characteristics of the shot. Different lies, distances, hole locations, wind conditions, terrain, etc., demand different motions to solve the problem of the shot. So what players really need is control. The Dynamic Swing develops players' skills to produce control of the club and control of the golf ball.

The Dynamic Swing is a framework sorely needed to change the culture of the game and how its learned. We can finally accommodate and explain the differences between shots and how anyone can adapt to them.

If you want more information please contact me at 916 719.5515 or brett@taylorgolf.net
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Aim Point
Aim Point is a great tool to assist green reading. It is not mechanical or complex. It is simply different than what many are accustomed to. However, think about what you normally do when reading greens right now. In all likelihood, you squat to help see the line and gauge the speed and very often you may go to another side of the putt and take a second look. When you, hopefully, feel confident with your read you execute the putt.
Aim Point simply enhances and improves the very skills involved when reading a putt. It teaches you to use more senses (than only vision) and then identifies the best line based on the science of friction and gravity. The true value in the system is eliminating doubt from the equation. It is always better to hit a putt with confidence than without it, whether you actually have an accurate read or not. Doubting your read never leads to competent execution. Aim Point can help eliminate doubt from every putt you hit and that's valuable stuff. Do your putting a favor. Consider an Aim Point clinic or session from a certified Aim Point instructor. It just might be the missing ingredient to better putting.
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