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Date Posted: 21:44:06 06/07/00 Wed
Author: Dez
Subject: Re: What Lever Power Golf is.
In reply to: Chazman 's message, "Re: What Lever Power Golf is." on 07:48:52 06/04/00 Sun

> Same basic gip and set up as NG. On the takeaway you
> keep your left wrist rigid and let both of your arms
> fold at the elbows on the backswing with your hands
> coming up as close to your right shoulder as possible.
> The downswing is started with a clockwise push of your
> right arm away from your right shoulder. There is no
> wrist release as the left wrist remains rigid
> throughout the swing. It looks gooy, but is does work!

It is awfull tempting to jump at L-P-G. I was "GOOFING" around on the course yesterday, yapping about NG/SA so I said "watch this, see how strange this looks". I grabbed my buddy's new T.M. Bubble-Shaft, and took an L-P-G swing, real casual, no practise swing. Cranked it 200 yds straight ahead, I don't even know if I really kept my left wrist straight or not. That's my story.


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