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Date Posted: 07:43:11 06/04/00 Sun
Author: Chazman
Subject: Re: NG is hardly simple!
In reply to: David 's message, "Re: You only have yourself to blame Don" on 18:15:33 06/01/00 Thu

> Just because you take a simple swing and make it
> difficult,
> doesn't mean you can blame the method. NG is far and
> away the best method out there. Especially for high
> handicappers!! I read some of the stuff you used to
> post on the NG forum and it is easy to see why you
> failed. You had no swing, only positions that you
> tried to get into in the swing. If you had just setup
> and swung the club, letting your arms naturally swing
> you wouldn't be here crying about how it doesn't work.
> NG has more than doubled the number of students in
> schools this year over last year. People are catching
> on to the merits of this simple swing.
> David Johnson

You are replacing a swing (conventional) which is basicly the same "Natural" motion as skipping a stone, or tossing a sack of potatos on the back of a truck, with a stilted lateral movement swing and you claim that is Natural????

Natural Golf as the way it is taught is hardly natural, or any easier to perform then conventional. Just because the instruction is simplistic, doesn't mean it is simplistic to perform. If you look at the instruction for "3 Seconds to Better Golf" it is more simplistic then NG, and gets the same results, immediate success, that soon fades away!

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