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Date Posted: 21:07:59 07/11/00 Tue
Author: Remington
Subject: Re: The video
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: The details" on 17:09:58 07/11/00 Tue

It surprises me that nobody has developed a Chi swing that focuses on the impact, like a row of bricks.

Video can only affirm that I should be back on the Atkins diet. However, I am going to get the swing videoed this year. I am hoping to tie-up with Junge this month, and maybe I will bring along the video camera for that meeting. Should be fun. By the way, Junge is in sync with your line of thinking...I think...he didn't say so...gleaned from past posts.

I feel like I really have it nailed. My distance is, also, back. My shots are crisp and clean, and, like you, I am holding onto the club, easily, from start to finish.

I think Scott is right, in not wanting to deal with pushing/pulling with his swing. However, I don't want to deny the difference in a swing like NG. I definitely start the swing with the right arm, and I definitely hit the shot with the right arm and hand. Of course, the left arm is swinging all the time; not being overpowered. With the grip pattern, I don't even think about it, but I do think about initiating the swing by pulling back the right hand/arm, and cocking the left wrist.

I do think you probably do it differently than I do, but we might both be doing the same thing. Not sure.

I do believe that sustaining the elbow in front of the hip unnaturally is wrong. I think it happens very naturally as a result of the grip. That's this week's opinion.


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