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Date Posted: 15:43:39 07/18/00 Tue
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: If the only tool you have is a hammer...
In reply to: Remington 's message, "For Whom the Bells Toll" on 14:50:13 07/18/00 Tue

> Peter, this is what makes the right hand fly off that
> right shoulder. You see, you could have had this all
> the time, and I wasn't reading it right. However,
> what I was reading is that you levered back (curled)
> the right arm, and kind of held it there, while you
> pulled forward, like a conventional pullers swing,
> which tiled you backwards.

I think you were trapped in a push/pull universe:-) I was not pulling with the left arm (it was actually extending). What I described was not really ringing the church bell though I did post before that adding this element to the levering produced a bit of downcock and plane flattening that is charecteristic of Moe's swing.

> However, what I think is happening is that a person
> should curl back, and make sure you get the back of
> the left hand and the palm of the right facing forward
> (you will figure this out, if you take the preimpact
> position back to the top, and look at the position of
> that left hand), and, then, just pull straight down,
> and in a fraction of a second that right hand is
> activated through the shot.

You do want to pull the tray down. I would advise to be careful about 'activating' the right hand. I make every effort to apply force to hold the tray position.

> The releasing area is very dynamic, at impact.

Sounds like you may be feeling what I've been describing. If you are then you are maintaining the angle longer. When I achieve pro levels of lag it feels as though the club head is snapping out 'horizontally' as opposed to in plane. It's this component that rotates the arms so strongly. Are you getting this sensation?

>It is different than I thought.

For me not only different than I thought but unlike anything I had imagined.


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