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Art wrote at 2008-06-02 12:43:54
The Heard Super Swing will always produce a pull or a hook if you don't maintain the weight on your back foot through impact! Have used the Heard swing for better than 10 years. Was a 17 HDCP when I started have been as low as a 6.

chipit wrote at 2011-01-07 02:11:29

The first thing you need to do is figure out what kind of golf swing is natural to you. I have spent the last twenty two years of playing golf listening to people tell me I have too long of a back swing. Well I hit about 80% to 90% of fairways and at least 30 to 40 yards further than anyone else right around 300 yards. I never keep my right foot flat it always ends up about inside edge at impact but I have an agressive swing. The problem I have is I generate too much sping usually if I land the ball at the pin I end up 12 to 30 feet short, half to blame on these new pro v balls I need to switch. I am a once a week golfer but now I live in florida in fact I know Jerry I play silverthorn all the time. The one thing I have found over the years is no matter what they all say you need to practice enough to where your body will tell you what is right for you. We are all naturally different and I promise you when you find it and hit it the way that is right for you I or you will remember what I have told you. By the way I have only taken one lesson in my life and it was the worst thing I have ever done to my game. I would say it took about four months to fix and get back to where I was. Take the basics, watch the golf fix and practice. The golf fix is awsome I pick up on so much from that show. Now I watch golf fix and pga tour and use rewind and pause thats all I need. Like I said I play once a week and never practice and I play to a 6 handicap.

goman wrote at 2012-10-20 01:40:30
I used the HSS several years and it cured my slice and improved my scoring.  I modified it in 2006 and immediately started shooting some rounds in the 70's at 63 years of age from the white tees.  My handicap dropped from a 15 to an 8.  I was the leading money in my league the next two years.

BoBo wrote at 2015-07-14 12:16:16
I am an advocate of the HSS. At age 76, I had lost a lot of distance off the tee and also with my fairway woods and irons. After viewing the HSS video several times, I went to the golf course and fully committed myself to the HSS. I have gotten my distance back, especially off the tee. Hooking is no problem, but you cannot roll your wrists at impact! To be honest, I'm still working on my consistency with my irons, especially on downhill lies, which my home course has many. It' a work in progress, but I continue to get better and better results.  

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Paul Dolman


I am a life member-retired of the PGA of America and have served as a teacher, head professional, general manager and course owner.


Played the game for 48 years. Life member-retired of the PGA of America. Author of five golf instruction books and three instruction videos as well as many golf instruction articles.

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Books published by Handford Press: Golf Secrets of the Big-Money Pros, Short Game Secrets of the Big-Money Pros, Driving Secrets of the Big-Money Pros, The Jerry Heard Super Swing book and video, The Key video, The Master Golfers Report

Oklahoma Military Academy Oklahoma State University Many hours of continuing education throughout my PGA career

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