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Date Posted: 09:33:18 06/08/00 Thu
Author: Craig1
Subject: Re: Why Farther Away
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Why Farther Away" on 09:01:15 06/08/00 Thu

> I did stand closer but am starting to move further
> away. The reason for the change is to allow space for
> the right elbow & upper arm to pass in front of my
> chest without my needing to rotate.
> The rotation was causing pulls and the lack of space
> was leading to breakdown of the left wrist prior to
> impact.
> Peter
I agree with Peter. I leave enough room to move my right elbow in front. Jack K has a great training device that trains the correct path of the club head along with the rolling of the wrist. Its 2 piece of styrofoam swimming pool noodle put 49in apart. Go to www.innovationgolf.com and look under training aids and it will explain it better.JUST SAY MOE!

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