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Date Posted: 07:15:26 06/06/00 Tue
Author: Doug
Subject: Re: Dr. Suttie is Moe's Long Time Friend..
In reply to: Don 's message, "Re: Dr. Suttie is Moe's Long Time Friend.." on 22:41:49 06/05/00 Mon

"I think the so called Single Axis Method of playing golf has a lot of "merit". I know as fact that the teaching of NG by some instructors has flaws as even the new NG infomercial has flaws." - Don

Sometimes I get concerned when people start talking about "flaws" in instruction. It seems there are "inconsistencies" in instruction at all levels of sport. I find that in my own sport (bowling) instructors often suggest an "extreme" change so that the student will make a small one. This extreme change could be construed as a "flaw" (or just plain bad instruction) by a knowledgeable, casual observer. However, it may be the only way an instructor can pass along how a certain technique should "feel" to a student with an ingrained poor habit.

I think it was Peter Fox who said that the reason they created LOBG, was because of the "absolute" tone of the first book...

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