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Jordan Spieth
_ PGA Tour

Sam Snead
_ PGA Tour

Cameron Smith
_PGA Tour

click on Player's name to go directly to swings.

  About watching Repeater Swings

  • Don’t look for a “position”, look at in a general Sybervision ** way. Look for similarities and/or differences of areas that may be of interest to you like:
    swing shapes, set-up/address looks, impact areas, swing motions, swing finishes ,etc.

    As an example, if your Pro/PGA instructor talks about how your arms should swing, look at how a certain player does it and how another may do it. Keep in mind, the Tour Pros have wonderful hand-eye-coordination and thus they are expert Manipulators of Impact.
    Your general visualization is more important than some magic position.

  • Different camera angles can make certain positions “appear” a certain way, but are not what you might think you see because of the different angles the video could have been shot at.

    Video is a great learning tool, but only within the context of learning a "feel" that is individual, which is to say …yours.

  • Also we usually don’t know what kind of shot the players were trying to hit, which can affect its “look”. If the shot the player was trying to produce had a left- to- right shape, or right- to- left shape, that factor could easily affect the player’s different set-ups, hand/arm swing shapes.

    Some swings are taken on a driving range while others are on a golf course during play. Advanced players have learned to always try to hit shots to targets, with some sort of shape to the ball’s flight. That requires “feel” adjustments, which could easily change a look of a swing at that time.

    The Loading Period:

    • The swings “Loading” may take a few seconds to load.

    • Give the page a full load time. Some swings may appear earlier than others, let them load completely. You will find the next time you view this page, whether going back and forth today or the next day, month, etc. the swings will appear and load MUCH quicker.

      ** SyberVision or CyberVision has been referred to as Muscle Memory Programming, or as often referred to as“Repititous Sensory Stimulation”. Some say SyberVision could be used as a “dramatic improvement in the quality and consistency of a player”.

      Basically, a theory based on viewing enough times, you may feel "your" swing's motions/positions better. You have to SEE before you can DO.

  Sam Snead_PGA

185 lbs
Hot Springs, Virgina
Masters Champion 1949, 1952, 1954
British Open Champion 1946
PGA Champion 1942, 1949, 1951

"It’s only around impact", Snead says, that he feels like he stops making an arm swing and starts using his body to rotate. That’s not what’s actually happening — his body is constantly rotating — but nevertheless, that’s his feeling. That the first half of his downswing is a pull with his arms, and the final part of his downswing is a rotation with his body."It’s the “final punch,” as the he describes it.

"Golf is played with the arms"

--Sam Snead

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Samuel Jackson "Sam" Snead (May 27, 1912 – May 23, 2002) was one of the top players in the world for most of 4 decades. He and two others of the greatest golfers of all time, Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson, were born within six months of each other in 1912. He won a record 82 PGA Tour events and about 70 others worldwide. He won seven majors: three Masters, three PGA Championships and one British Open.

"Good golfing temperament falls between taking it with a grin or shug and throwing a fit."

--Sam Snead

"Of the mental hazards, "being scared is the worst. When you get scared, you get tense."

--Sam Snead

"The three things I fear most in golf are lightning, Ben Hogan, and a downhill putt.

--Sam Snead

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"Make the basic shot-making decision early, clearly, and firmly, and then ritualize all the necessary acts of preparation."

--Sam Snead

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During his peak years, he was an exceptionally long driver, particularly into the wind, with very good accuracy as well. He was a superb player with the long irons, which says a lot about his ball striking abilities. He and Mickey Wright were both well known for their long iron play.

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Sam Snead’s nickname was "Slammin' Sammy."

John Schlee, U.S. Open runner-up in 1973:

"Watching Sam Snead practice hitting golf balls is like watching a fish practice swimming."

Phil Mickelson:

"I don't think there's ever been a golf swing as aesthetically pleasing as Sam Snead's."

USGA president William Campbell:

"He was the best natural player ever. He had the eye of an eagle, the grace of a leopard and the strength of a lion."

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“No matter what happens – never give up on a hole….In tossing in your cards after a bad beginning you also undermine your whole game, because to quit between tee and green is more habit-forming than drinking a highball before breakfast.”

--Sam Snead

When your spine goes up during down swing, the arms and club go out, not down and around.

In spite of his great achievements, his reputation has always been slightly tainted by his failure to win a U.S. Open.
Snead shares the record for most second-place finishes in that championship with four, along with Bobby Jones, Jack Nicklaus, and Phil Mickelson.

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"Sure, it bugs me that they make such a big deal of it because I never won the U.S. Open, but I must have been playing pretty good and sinking putts when I won those three Masters, three PGAs and the British Open."

"When I'm coming down the stretch and the adrenaline is flowing, I try to maintain a slower pace and keep it even. I try to stay loose. Walter Hagen once told me that he was all right as long as his legs felt nice and loose, but the minute they began to tighten and feel tense, he knew he was in trouble. In general, for all shots under pressure, I just try to shake my arms a little and get as loose as a goose.”

-- Sam Snead

Known for a very creative short game, Sam pioneered use of the sand wedge for short shots from grass


In 1954, Ben Hogan accepted $10,000 from Time magazine for a story titled “Ben Hogan’s Secret: A Debate.” Seven pros in the story guessed what it was, with Sam Snead saying,“Anybody can say he’s got a secret if he won’t tell what it is.”

Sam also pioneered croquet-style putting in the 1960s, where he straddled the ball with one leg on each side. The United States Golf Association banned this technique shortly afterwards, since until that time, golfers had always faced the ball when striking.
Snead then went to side-saddle putting, where he crouched and angled his feet towards the hole, and held the club with a split grip. He used that style for the rest of his career.

"Making the ball roll the right distance is a lot like pitching pennies. You make a nice, smooth swinging motion with your arms. The longer the putt, or the slower the greens, the farther back and through you want those arms to swing. You want the ball to die at the target. Don't be thinking "never up, never in" on anything you might three-putt. Remember, you're putting on a green, not bowling down an alley."

--Sam Snead

Sam hit the Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field scoreboard with a golf ball teed off from home plate.

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  Jordan Spieth

Jordan Spieth
height- 6', 1"
weight-175 lbs
birthday 7/27/1993
birthplace-Dallas, Texas

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“I’ve always been a low-rotation player. I get the face square early in the downswing and maintain it through the ball,” Spieth says.
“With a stronger grip, I’m more stable through impact. I don’t have to twist the club or flip it to make the ball fly straight.”

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wait-once loaded--swings above never stop

“We’ve all tried to get a little more speed by turning bigger.
But you need it to happen the right way to get something out of it.”

“It has to happen within your posture, so your left shoulder will be lower, not level, with the right.”

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  Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith
height- 5', 11"
weight-172 lbs
birthday 8/18/1993
birthplace-Brisbane, Australia

Now on LIV tour, too bad.
Thanks Greg Norman..........

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wait-once loaded--swings above never stop

wait-once loaded--swings above never stop

wait-once loaded--swings above never stop

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