True...But its for a variation of the stack and tilt. There's not too many people on tour taking a divot off the tee with a 3 wood. Tiger now does...
Tiger tees the ball VERY low. A good swing will always bottom out after contact with the ball.
In the last 2 years, I have become what many would deem a very good golfer. I am getting better now at an accelerated rate due to me finally being able to hold lag, no club throwaway, etc.
I have read all of the best books on golfing: Hogan's Five Lessons, Hogan's Power Golf, Elkinton's book, Clampett's book, Snead's book and what might be the best of all: Homer Kelley's The Golfing Machine.
I am starting to see the genius in Foley's methods. He is creating a one way miss, increased compression on the golf ball, which in turn gives greater distance and better trajectory to Tiger's swing.
Nothing like the Stack and Tilt swing employed by Wi, Baddelley (he has gone away from S&T).