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Date Posted: 11:17:42 07/12/00 Wed
Author: Dave Ferguson
Subject: Re: Tray position
In reply to: Remington 's message, "Re: Tray position" on 10:15:20 07/12/00 Wed

> Further, in this regard, once you figure this out, you
> will understand Jack K's emphasis on forearm rotation
> for the power, and that, also, is caused by the grip.
> If you exaggerate the grip, for the backswing, (put
> the right hand way under, with the right thumb on the
> right side of the grip)you will understand about the
> tray (it just goes there), and you will understand how
> the right elbow wants to go in front of the hip on the
> downswing, because there is pressure for it to move in
> that direction, caused by the grip. The exaggerated
> grip won't work on the downswing so move the grip just
> a little left, a little less strong, and you will see
> the tremendous rotation of the right forearm into
> impact...just happens.
Doesn't this rotation cause you took hook the ball?

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