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Date Posted: 07:39:08 07/12/00 Wed
Author: Doug
Subject: Re: Tray position
In reply to: Remington 's message, "Right hand grip-Peter read this" on 14:28:00 07/11/00 Tue

> Then, there is the whole business of the tray
> position, and the elbow in front, and that JUST HAS TO
> BE EFFECT. It has to be caused by another causal move.

Rem, Can I assume the "tray position" is at the top of the swing, and an imaginary tray should be able to sit atop your right hand (if it were open)? Then, the downswing is nothing more than making sure the "tray doesn't spill" by rotating the arm?

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