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Date Posted: 23:24:29 07/21/00 Fri
Author: G. Stan Wolfe
Subject: Re: Too dark...
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Too dark..." on 07:09:39 07/19/00 Wed

> > 'Too dark now to try your suggestion.
> > So, I'm supposing you're okay with the "not going all
> > out from the top" part?
> > What might I find out if I try to keep the wrist
> cock?
> > Will the release be more explosive? It felt pretty
> > good as it was.
> I'm glad it was dark when I lost my grip on that
> club:-)
> Absolutely on easing into the swing. When we (vs.
> pros) feel like we go all out from the top, I'm think
> most of us wind up 'throwing' the club and loosing the
> angle almost immediately. I think when pros go all
> out, their technique locks in that angle so they don't
> loose this as they swing faster.
> What I've found (and I think Remington now) is that
> the release is not only faster but in a different
> direction than I had experienced. Previously my
> release felt like it all occurred in a plane defined
> by the shaft and my left arm. In thinking about this
> now that never should have made sense because with the
> IMA left hand grip the shaft and the left arm are not
> on the same plane.
> Now the release feels like the club snaps out
> above the plane. The feel is like the club is going
> horizontally out to the ball. This is not the way it
> appears on video but that is how it feels relative to
> before.
> This movement generates a large rotational
> force on the left hand.
> Peter

I don't like to have any rotation in my arms during a golf swing. That makes the swing too much like a CG swing. That is the reason I am excited about the Heard Super Swing. No arm rotation.
G. Stan Wolfe

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