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Date Posted: 00:24:42 06/10/00 Sat
Author: Don
Subject: Re: Check This Website Out., If you want to know more..
In reply to: Dez 's message, "Re: Check This Website Out., If you want to know more.." on 19:52:35 06/09/00 Fri


First of all I would not advise anyone to hold the club with the Robertson Grip and try to rip one. Scotty doesn't even want you to hit a ball for 2 or 3 weeks using his grip. He wants you to do what he calls "cutting the grass". That is just starting out with very short swings then slowly lengthen your swing. He wants you to work up to 200 practice swings without the ball twice a day. I did with some time work my way to a backswing using the Robertson Grip to just making the "L" position with my right arm. Scotty almost does a John Daily, I don't see how he does it. The set-up is different in the fact that you have your shoulders paralell with the ground, you don't have any spine angle tilt to the right at all. The swing path is the same thing Jack K. is teaching, 15 degrees inside to out and definitely turning your hands over (this is a must). The body movement is lateral and all right side dominate. Scotty even says that it is okay to let your head "bob down" when hitting the ball. It is very impreesive to see Scotty and others including women on his tapes hitting the ball well and with alot of distance. This is what attracted me to his method.


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