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Date Posted: 16:14:46 07/03/13 Wed
Author: Jerry R.
Subject: Nova ball position

I just ordered a set of Nova hybrids today, been looking at them for about a year. I am 63 and only started playing golf 4 years ago. I would like to here from some of you who have been playing the Nova hybrids regarding ball position. Have you found that the 1 ball left of the center of your stance is the right position for you? Also I play on courses in NW Michigan that have a lot of up and down hill lies as well as above your feet and below your feet lies. Do you move your ball position slightly back toward the center of your stance for instance on a downhill lie? Just looking for other folks experience to get an idea of where they are playing the ball. I am very skeptical about these clubs lowering my score, but figured I could not go wrong with the 30 day money back offer. The best club I hit in my bag right now is an Adams 6 hybrid, which happens to be the same lie and length as the Novas so thought maybe I could hit all the lofts better with the Novas.


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[> Re: Nova ball position -- Milt, 11:59:51 07/07/13 Sun [1]

Jerry, I have been playing the Nova's for over a year, and love them! I live in upstate New York so I also play on rolling hills and up and down courses. I used the tips from the web site for my ball position, and they are spot on. I would suggest a little practicing on hillsides to get the feel and correct ball position for the different lies. Good luck a stay with it and your scores will come down.


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[> Re: Nova ball position -- gary trethewey (happy), 01:25:16 09/25/13 Wed [1]

jerry r.1iron clubs.i have a set of these clubs and are extremely, best clubs I have played with. very accurate.regarding your uphilland and downhill lie`s at your club.try these tips.....[1]downhill A. keep shoulders parallel with slope B.stance wider than normal C.more weight on left foot.D.ball slightly behind middle of stance.[not a 1iron policy].E.relax through swing..(I personally breath out before the swing so you are not fighting against your diaphragm...uphill. shoulders parallel with slope.B.stance wider than normal. C.ball middle of stance.D. more weight on right foot.E.same as for downhill...hope this helps, this how I approach these types of lies at my club .gary.

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