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Date Posted: 16:20:18 07/21/00 Fri
Author: D.G.
Subject: Re: Another theory
In reply to: Don 's message, "Re: Another theory" on 14:54:56 07/21/00 Fri

> Have you ever heard of the Gregg Norman Secret? It
> keeps the right hand in a slightly cocked position
> through impact. NG also had something similar to use
> in the chipshot drill.
> Don

I had forgotten about that until you mentioned it, think it removed a couple of fingers and helped the cocking action. Anyone here had any experience with either the method mentioned above or Greg's secret? I've been trying some of Peter's tips or suggestions on the range but it has been working well on one shot and sprays the next. Can't get the consistency down but in all fairness 1 or 2 buckets isn't a fair test.


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