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Date Posted: 22:15:19 05/31/00 Wed
Author: Medreth
Subject: Re: Lever Power Golf Does Work!
In reply to: Don 's message, "Re: Lever Power Golf Does Work!" on 21:53:52 05/31/00 Wed

Are you referring to the address position when you say lowering your hands. If so, my NGCI also told me to lower my hands until they were comfortable.


> Lever Power Golf is a single axis swing. Jack K. did
> have me lower my hands from what I was taught by Ng. I
> always felt that the high hand position taught by Ng
> was awkward and a weak position. I get more distance
> with Lever Power Golf than I did with NG. I have
> always had a natural tendency to bend my Left arm, to
> me it is more natural and that is what is taught with
> Lever Power Golf. Turning your hands over is another
> difference between Lever Power Golf and NG. This isn't
> taught by NG and my opinion it should be. Watching
> Jack K. in person using Lever Power Golf is a very
> normal looking swing. Jack K. is a very knowledgeable
> instructor and easy to talk to. If only I could manage
> to slow my backswing down I know I would be a much
> better player. As taught by Jack K., golf is a forward
> motion. I have to work on slowing my Backswing down so
> I can give myself enough time to have everything fall
> into place for my foward swing.
> Don

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