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Date Posted: 08:54:21 06/07/00 Wed
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: SciGolf
In reply to: Doug 's message, "Re: NG instruction is beyond inconsistancies!" on 07:30:35 06/07/00 Wed

> (And, IMHO, is the major
> marketing problem Scigolf has in trying to compete
> with NG for "single axis dollars;" NG is not marketing
> two utterly different swing theories...)

I'm sure this will come up again so we should understand what SciGolf is (and isn't). Don Horton runs SciGolf to be a golf HOST site. SciGolf is not wedded to SA per se and you can see that there are 'conventional' golf types hosted there as well.

Scott and Jack are marketing SA.


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  • Re: NG instruction is beyond inconsistancies! -- Ctunflog, 11:30:45 06/07/00 Wed
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