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Date Posted: 22:20:31 06/08/00 Thu
Author: Frosty
Subject: Single axis improvement?

Something happened to my post below so I'll try again. My question is.. is there anyone out there who has gone from a medium handicapper to a low handicapper using SA? I see lots of posts from guys going down from the 20's to the teens but not guys going from the teens to single digits. I was a 10 using CG and since last fall I have become a 14 using NG. Its not for lack of effort, I have done the one day school, did drills all winter, take private lessons with NGCI, and put in lots of range time. Would IMA be worth a try or would it involve alot of new learning? Am I just being too impatient? Need some encouragement. About my post below... I hope I am not being censored for the crime of struggling with SA. I has enough of that on the NG forum!

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