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Date Posted: 15:05:15 07/13/00 Thu
Author: Phys Ed
Subject: Shawn Clement on ball position
In reply to: Fitz 's message, "What did everyone think of Jerry Foltz on Golf Channel????" on 22:41:42 07/11/00 Tue

What did you all think about Shawn Clement's suggestion for ball position?

If you haven't seen it yet he said to think of the stance (your legs and the club) as a tripod. Always line the ball up just inside your front hip. As the club gets longer and farther away from your body, the rear foot moves backward keeping the tripod shape.

I'm buying it 100%. It has always bothered me that I should have the ball positioned differently for different clubs (except maybe specialty shots). I think the club loft should take care of things.

Phys Ed

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