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Date Posted: 23:27:46 07/12/00 Wed
Author: Remington
Subject: Re: Right hand grip-Peter read this
In reply to: Dave Ferguson 's message, "Re: Right hand grip-Peter read this" on 14:43:41 07/12/00 Wed

Dave: I had the same feelings...the skipping stone sensation was just automatic.

When I address the ball, with the clubhead several inches behind the ball, the left arm just kind of stays there, and the right arm curls back, elbow going to the side, and the curling back cocks the left wrist. With a shorter club, it cocks it very fast. At the top, I am reversing this action, with a very deliberate move of the right arm and hand (go after it), which causes the squat. Do you do this, or, do you pull it through, like Peter does. The NGCIs are split on this issue, and I would be interested to see how you do it.

I am not claiming to be right. Just trying to figure it all 0ut. Remington.

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