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Date Posted: 09:17:19 06/05/00 Mon
Author: Doug
Subject: Re: Dr. Suttie and LAWS
In reply to: Chazman 's message, "Re: Dr. Suttie and LAWS" on 07:57:54 06/05/00 Mon

"Geez, you mean NG isn't the best for everyone???" - Chaz

No argument here, Chaz. In fact, right now, my personal opinion is that NG is CG "packaged" in an easier to understand format which makes it easier to execute, aside from the palm grip and the placement of the clubhead at address. In short, I think NG should almost be the required way to LEARN the sport. I'll use my own sport where I am a proficient performer to demonstrate:

As a competitive bowler/instructor, I teach beginners using a "natural grip" with the fingers placed in the holes up to the second knuckle. Once timing and release are relatively learned, we change the bowler's grip to a semi-fingertip where the fingers enter the ball slightly past the first knuckle, which allows for more rotation and hook.

Sorry for the long post. (I hope I have not offended those that feel NG is the BEST, and those that make a living teaching and promoting it. I have made it my way of "learning" golf all over again, and am encouraged by the results to this point.) I'm ready for a thrashing now...

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  • Re: Dr. Suttie and LAWS -- Mr Hand, 15:19:13 06/07/00 Wed
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