The Perfect Golf Swing

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The Perfect Golf Swing

In this video I talk to the inventor of Iron Byron, George Manning about how he created the Iron Byron swing machine.

They didn't pick Iron Byron out of thin air. The took high speed photos of all of the top amateurs and pros of the era. All of them had amazing similarity in their swings. They choose Byron Nelson as the model for the swing not because he had a nice looking swing but because he had the most efficient swing.

It took them 3 years to build at a cost of $250,000 back in 1963. Through the years the Iron Byron as been used to test golf equipment for the leading manufacturers and even the USGA. It is still used today because of its accuracy.

I happened to see a looping video of Iron Byron hitting a ball back in 1999. After seeing it I compared it to other top pros and what I realized was all pros were in the same positions as Iron Byron throughout their swings. This proved George when they say this amazing similarity too.

After seeing this, I then understood what made it hit the ball so consistently. I then added these 3 elements to my swing and immediately hit the ball better than I ever had. After experiencing it for myself, I incorporated it into my teaching. To this day, I still use Iron Byron to teach people a powerful, effortless golf swing.

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Comments

Queen of cats says:

Wtf no swing f off

John Clare says:

Soon after reading these golf swing techniques , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it) and practicing the drills as I read, I went out and also shot a 73. Another achievement I`ve done is reaching 13 of 18 greens in regulation. On the other five holes, I got close to striking 5-10 yards with the green. My handicap is a nine so I do not sho ot 73s all the time. When I contemplate it, I haven’t had an exceptional round for a long time.

Adam K says:

I was hoping to see it in action.

Samuel Sanni says:

Click bait🙄

NICOLPORK says:

My typical drive back when I was getting started went one hundred fifty yards by slice. When I tried the , Jοmtοnο Naha (Go ogle it) golf swing strategies, the standard drives I hit range from 200-220 yards. Sometimes even longer. Now, my handicap is sixteen when compared with when I was starting out with 26. Look for the guide and try using it today..

Patrick says:

great video , too short ! where is the complete version??

Eric Yiu says:

He just wants to hear himself talk. What a waste of time.

Papageorgeo says:

Worthless!!

Mitch D says:

What a horrible video. It's like the kid in gym class during the first day of basketball – you sit there and listen to the damn gym teacher jabber on and you never touch the ball nor take a shot. Show the machine working as you talk about it!!!

djhbrown says:

iron byron isnt the perfect swing by a long chalk, (it's only a double pendulum) but mike malone's teaching was one of the inspirations for the 5-pendulum swing, which IS the perfect human swing! it's what the real Byron did, and what every top pro does today https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvUwuy_Hh9o&list=PL4y5Wtsvtduo8OY5_l1BdS22ZWFUw2Vr2&index=1

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