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Date Posted: 13:28:38 07/13/00 Thu
Author: Doug
Subject: Re: Tray position
In reply to: Remington 's message, "Re: Tray position" on 14:42:57 07/12/00 Wed

> It will hook, if you don't keep the right hand grip in
> single axis.

Rem, I took it to the range last night. After a few test swings, I hit my pitching wedge about 10-15 yards more. Tried it with my 7-iron with same result.

Then, I pulled the big stick out. Screaming hooks! Tried going back to the irons to retain the feel, but I just lost it. The worst part is knowing you can do it, and that it works, but then losing it. Will try again later...

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