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Date Posted: 10:15:34 07/14/00 Fri
Author: D.G.
Subject: Re: Little Trick
In reply to: Remington 's message, "Little Trick" on 07:22:53 07/14/00 Fri

> Moe does face the ball at impact. You can hit into a
> bean bag to get the feeling of doing this. However, a
> little trick, with the driver, is to put your eye on
> where you are grounding the club at address, and swing
> into that area, instead of directly at the ball. It
> will help you stay square to the ball.

I'll have to give that one a whirl on the course over the weekend, sounds good. Another tip that has seemed to help me stay square is making sure the trailing foot stays grounded. Don't let that heel come up even the slightest. Picked that one up on the golf channel the other night. Works well on the lawn hitting the imaginary ball but I have not taken it to the course or the range.
The old spinning to face the target (CG method) still haunts me after several months of NG.
Tks for the tip.

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