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Date Posted: 22:32:54 07/19/00 Wed
Author: G. Stan Wolfe
Subject: Re: Heard Super Swing
In reply to: Phys Ed 's message, "Heard Super Swing" on 09:18:55 07/15/00 Sat

> Can anyone share some information about the Heard
> Super Swing? Not just that it's good or bad (although
> that's fine), but how do you grip it and rip it (the
> more detail, the better)?
> Thanks,
> Phys Ed

I played 27 holes of golf today using the Super Swing. I hit the ball aprox. 30 yards farther than I did with my combination natural golf and IMA swing. On some holes I hit a bad hook but later in the day I bagan to hit the ball strait. The reason that the ball goes farther is the fact that the wrist are cocking on the same plane as the arms are swinging. This swing is better than the other single axis swings. I now play with a combination swing of IMA, Natural Golf, and The Heard Super Swing. I think that if I had not already been a single axis golfer that I could not have started playing well with the super swing so soon, but my game has been evolving over the past 2 years and this is just another step in my evolution. I am very happy with the added distance as this has been my big problem with single axis swinging.

Fairways and Greens
G. Stan Wolfe

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