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    1. @Michael Fosnaught I do play golf and no – after the ball has left the face no amount of mechanics of the swing will change what happened in impact and the split seconds of compression (unless you double hit) – the follow through is important in that a good follow through comes from a good swing – mechanically impact is part of the follow through so training your follow through is integral to a good contact

      but here the beep is, by my perception, at impact – you could argue it’s in the compression or a split second before impact but Rick would need seriously fast reflexes for that to matter

  1. What you can’t see is Robbo off camera sticking the air horn back in his golf bag ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. Edit some sound in and youve got yourself an excuse. I stick drums, an airhorn, a duck and a flute in my golfbag every time I play

  3. shouldn’t have affected anything, although annoying the horn actually went off exactly as the club face hit the ball. Human response time couldn’t have reacted in time to change the shot already in progress… Case in point it was just a crappy shot on Rick’s part.

  4. we can all hear the sound only after you’ve hit it and we’ve all seen you chipping before. you’re not fooling anyone with this lmao

  5. Everyone in here knows god damn well they’d blame that horn no matter the precise timing. It’s a basic human reaction, golf is frustrating. Bunch of couch warriors in here ๐Ÿ˜‚

  6. Even if he didn’t hit it first, it is unlikely he would’ve had time to react in whatever split-second frame might exist between the noise & contact

  7. These people that are saying it was a poor shot and the beep wouldn’t affect it… I bet if the shoe was on the other foot, they would be using this excuse!๐Ÿ˜‚ Btw the beep comes literally just before Rick made contact with the ball and it would definitely affect the shot๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

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