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Date Posted: 20:29:01 07/18/00 Tue
Author: Medreth
Subject: Re: Push/Pull?
In reply to: Phys Ed 's message, "Push/Pull?" on 22:02:14 07/13/00 Thu

> In the past, I assumed that "push" meant, on the
> downswing , you felt as if you were pushing the club
> with your right hand. And that "pull" meant you felt
> as if you were pulling the club with your left hand.
> While viewing the Academy Live video, they talked
> about pulling a church bell rope to start the
> downswing (I think). Is that the "pull" people have
> been referring to? Or is that something entirely
> different?
> Thanks,
> Phys Ed

I think this bell pull is the same feeling as my throwing my hands at the ball. It also takes care of teh release.


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