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Date Posted: 20:39:18 06/09/00 Fri
Author: Dez
Subject: Re: The driils, the drills
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: The driils, the drills" on 20:28:57 06/09/00 Fri

> A lot of people who learn NG from the video (and some
> instructors reportedly) look at the drill where you
> extend down the line with the club face square and
> think they should swing that way. As a result many
> develop blocks and slices despite being SA. SA
> allignment in and of itself is not enough to eliminate
> a slice (despite the impression given in the
> infomercial).
> There are swings with 'no' release (at least through
> impact). HSS is one of these. If you 'release' in
> HSS you will see dramatic hooks.
> Peter

Would that be because HSS is closer to CG as far as body movement goes? I actually am still waiting for the Heard video. I ordered it when I first got serious about NG/SA.


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