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Date Posted: 21:30:08 06/09/00 Fri
Author: PalmGolf
Subject: Re: The driils, the drills
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: The driils, the drills" on 21:06:21 06/09/00 Fri

> >
> > Would that be because HSS is closer to CG as far as
> > body movement goes?
> No. If you rotated as most do in conventional golf
> you will get dramatic hooks. HSS minimizes body
> movement starting with the fact that you setup with
> you weight on the right (to eliminate the first weight
> shift) and you have a super 'strong' grip so that the
> club head stays square to the swing path all the way
> through the swing till after impact (or you hook).
> Very simple and I think a good way for a new golfer to
> get good results quickly and maintain a level with
> little practice. The downside is the hooking if you
> get any 'release' at all, and many people report pain
> in the wrist (though I did not have that problem when
> I was using HSS).
> Peter
Do the drills from NG Or IMA and practice, practice, practice to insitll the the correct swing.


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