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Date Posted: 08:09:05 06/05/00 Mon
Author: pete
Subject: Re: IMA same basic swing as NG,
In reply to: Chazman 's message, "Re: IMA same basic swing as NG, NOT!" on 07:49:31 06/05/00 Mon

> #1. NG instructs you not to take your hands any higher
> then your right shoulder on the backswing! IMA has a
> fuller backswing!

This is not true. Have you been to a one day school?? If not then you did not get the full NG experiance. The videos and books are beginner basic material. My CI told me that as long as your left arm stays straight you can take it above your shoulders if you want to.

> #2. NG gives absolutely NO instruction on the release
> of the hands, none! IMA gives instruction on the
> release!

This is also false. The release was highlighted as the most important part of the one day school that I attended. Sounds like you are working off of very old NG instructional material. Better get up to date!!

> #3. NG has your clubhead in back of the ball at
> varying lengths, IMA has it right in back of the ball!

This is optional not a must. They RECOMMEND that you have your hands body centered with every club. I also understand that Scott H. does this himself, but doesn't teach it.
> #4. NG teaches flat right foot at impact, IMA teaches
> the opposite!

I don't believe IMA teaches you to not have your right heel on the ground. I think they say the foot can roll, but the heel should stay on the ground. I don't care what the swing is, but it doesn't make sense to have your right heel in the air at contact. Sounds like it would be difficult to make solid contact that way.
> #5. Scott Hazeldine has an open challenge to play a
> straight up money game with any NGCI NG has, none have
> taken up his offer, I rest my case!

I have seen a NG CI that has played in Nike tour events last year. I have also seen some that played in the US Open qualifying. One missed qualifying by two shots in 1997. Scott seems to be afraid to even play in tournaments. He is a good SA player, but he is just trying to promote himself. He played his best golf before he even played SA golf. I don't think he has ever challenged a CI to a game. If he has please name the instructor that he challenged.


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