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Date Posted: 11:21:27 06/08/00 Thu
Author: Don
Subject: Re: Why Farther Away
In reply to: Craig1 's message, "Re: Why Farther Away" on 09:33:18 06/08/00 Thu

I use the sponge swim noodle props for training which trains you to swing from inside to out about 15 degrees instead of taking the clubhead straight down the target line. I don't have to stand far away from the ball to do this. You place the ball in the center beween the two sponges that are 4 feet apart and play the ball about 3 inches to the inside of your right foot with the wedge only. Object is to miss the back sponge to the inside with your backswing and hit the ball then miss the front sponge to the outside. Also you have to turn your hands over making a good release. When I took my lesson from Jack K., for awhile I kept him busy retrieving the front sponge due to me hitting it quite often at first. You have to swing away from your body not across your body.


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