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Date Posted: 11:30:45 06/07/00 Wed
Author: Ctunflog
Subject: Re: NG instruction is beyond inconsistancies!
In reply to: Doug 's message, "Re: NG instruction is beyond inconsistancies!" on 07:30:35 06/07/00 Wed

> Come on, Chaz. Lighten up a little. You keep talking
> about these NGCI's with the two different opinions of
> the NG swing. What about Kuykendall's LPG vs
> Hazeldine's IMA? That's two principals with vastly
> different theories. (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...)

Chaz is right! The LTOBG tapes advocate a "pusher's" swing, (first downswing move is dropping right elbow in front of hip) while all the NGCIs on the NG board are talking left arm straight back, left arm straight through! That is two different swing theories!

> Again, an instructor tries to ingrain a "feel" in a
> student based upon two things: First, what the
> instructor perceives as a fault in the student's
> swing; and second, what the instructor himself/herself
> feels in their own swing. You're going to have that
> in NG, CG, bowling, chess, or football.

What I percieve as the problem is that average NGCI is taking his conventional swing baggage along for the ride on the NG band wagon! Straight back, straight through is definately NOT what Moe does!

> I think, Chazman, that on THIS subject, you are making
> mountains out of mole hills. (But, I want to point
> out that we agree on many other issues...)

Chazzer is absolutely correct on this issue!

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