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Date Posted: 14:40:40 06/05/00 Mon
Author: Medreth
Subject: Re: Dr. Suttie and LAWS
In reply to: Doug 's message, "Re: Dr. Suttie and LAWS" on 21:06:21 06/04/00 Sun

I could be wrong but I think that Dr. Suttie is one of "Moe's" best friends and one of the few people that Moe trusts.


> Don brought up Dr. Jim Suttie, who along with Mike
> Adams and TJ Tomasi authored the "LAWS of Golf." The
> LAWS are based upon body type (L=Leverage for average
> size players, A=Arc for taller players, and W=Width
> for heavier or muscular players).
> Does anyone who has read the LAWS detect some
> similarities between the Width swing and NG? The book
> even advocates the ten finger grip, and holding the
> club like a hammer for Width players! Also the width
> approach advocates a swingpath out and away from the
> body, which forms more of a "straight back, straight
> through" swing!

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