The last three pieces of the President's Cup:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-m6sd0PP ... re=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vxxsy2HE ... re=relatedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l64-O6t9s_c
I think those two far away shots from hole 17 second shots were with my backup camera? Juha was the resolution VGA? If it was then it was a Canon Powershot A570IS. If it was 720p then it was Casio EX-F1. Whichever it was I filmed the clips without any support standing up. Shakyness without real hardware anti shake doesn't allow for steadier vids. I wasn't supposed to film those shots but I noticed a good video opportunity and knew that Juha couldn't capture everything of the flight. So I made a snap decision and yanked the first available quickly operating camera and pressed record on default settings. It probably was the Canon pocket cam that has a poor sensor anti shake function. No joy at those zoom levels. Don't worry I'm way upgraded for this year already for both main and backup cams
EO players guide lists hole 17 as par 4 171 meters but I don't know how it was measured. I think either along the center of the fairway past the flag pole mando on the left side in the corner then from there to the basket. It could've been tee to the flag pole then to the basket as well. Dave threw a much higher longer and to the left into the birches almost at tree top level hitting drive at the EO finals a couple of days later. The best drive on that hole I saw last year. Truly nasty sicktastic. Truly killer -that man has a rocket for an arm. The EO finals shot was a very high hyzer over 500'. The one here is probably 450'-470'.
If the slo mo vids seem odd it is because the original vids are 4:3 at a low resolution of 512x384 at 300 FPS. The resolution doesn't fare ell zoomed so a split screen of two shots ain't as nice to the eye as four. Four simultaneous vids is sensory overload though if one wants to analyze form. Don't know a good compromise that doesn't include hauling a laptop and a serious high speed camera costing way more than the trips abroad for entire crew to several events probably a whole season. Plus having the players waiting for the vid to be saved for a minute or two. The technology isn't there yet nor are the prices and certainly the sales covering for the costs.
Those wanting to compare Swedish style variations to American style are in for a treat. Enjoy!
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.