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Date Posted: 23:52:23 07/13/00 Thu
Author: CTunflog
Subject: Re: Diversified methods?
In reply to: Upnorth 's message, "Re: NG's only ideology is.........." on 13:41:30 07/13/00 Thu

> Give it a break!
> Isnt there diversified methods with conventional golf.
Yeah, and one could rationalize that NG is in reality one of them!

> There are books out there and instructors that are
> teaching at u from every different angle.

So I guess we get the "same old", "same old" with NG too?

> We arent going to all be able to swing exactly alike
> anyway so its nice to see it taught from differnt
> angles and we can all adopt what suits us best.

Teaching it simaltaneously as a pusher or puller swing is nonsense, same with the straight back takeaway versus Moes, inside and up backswing, which is it, we can't include every swing nuance can we??

> My son plays hockey and is a quote 'butterfly style
> goalie'
> he happens to be very flexible so he can get into
> positons other goalies cant dream of so to get the
> same result they have to compromise there leg
> positions in a different way, that doesnt make it
> wrong.

And a Olympic swimmer doesn't train on how to do the Australian crawl if he's going to be in a back stroke competetion!

> As golfers are swings are also going to look very
> different depending on our body styles.

Why not just say that Gary Player and Allen Doyle are natural golfers too, seems any and every swing can be a "variation"!

CTunflog (that's golfnut spelled backwards!)

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