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Date Posted: 19:42:42 07/21/00 Fri
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: Bent trailing wrist
In reply to: D.G. 's message, "Another theory" on 13:45:39 07/21/00 Fri

The video 'The Legendary Moe Norman' is actually a Mark Evershed video.

It is clear in IMA that the trailing wrist whould be bent at impact and then straighten in follow through. It is also a key in Gerry Hogan's advice that the trailing wrist should be maintained in 'tray' position as long as possible.

This is certainly a result of maintaining the angle.

I used Greg Norman's 'Secret' 3 years ago and it helped my CG game tremendously. I find Evershed's aid interesting but wonder if the Tac-Tic (which I have) wouldn't provide the same feedback. His device does seem to address a weakness of the Tac-Tic which is the fact that it is difficult to get it to maintain a consistent position so the point for the click will vary from swing to swing.

As Greg Norman said in his infomercial, I think this position of the trailing wrist at contact is a fundamental.


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