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Date Posted: 10:26:22 07/19/00 Wed
Author: In sync
Subject: Re: Too dark...
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Too dark..." on 07:09:39 07/19/00 Wed

Yes, I think we are in sync on this now. First, I want to get that grip correct. Then, I want to get the proper top position, and the easiest way to learn that is to take the preimpact position to the top. Want to ensure that the back of the left hand is flat (part of getting the grip right; when testing to see if your grip is right, most will regrip the club by mock taking it to the top, and adjusting to get the back of the hand flat). On the downswing I want to pull straight down (feel like),with left hand and arm, like pulling on the bell tower rope, and that will straighten my right arm, which comes in for the hit. Like you, my feeling is relaxed on the right hand/grip. From another study, you could try to whack it with the right hand, just before impact, and it will ad 2% more power to your swing. To me, it is just easier to let it come in there (right hand), because the study said it had to be done right at the last moment, or you would decrease clubhead speed. I too, have a very strong feeling of rotational force, at impact, and the ball jumps off the clubface.

Peter, are we in sync about our feelings on this swing?

I think it is tough to get that pull down right, if the butt of the left hand isn't situated properly at the top of the swing.


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