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Date Posted: 16:46:59 06/10/00 Sat
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: Data
In reply to: TinCup 's message, "Re: If you want a model...." on 15:41:09 06/10/00 Sat

>>> Moe won many Canadian Tour events.

Yes he did, but remember Moe's age. Look at my statement again. The LAST professional tour tournament won with SA was Moe on the Senior Canadian Tour.

>>> He is the original Natural Golfer. His swing is copied by Natural Golf and IMA.

Jack K developed NG BEFORE he knew of Moe. There have been multiple reports that Moe modified his swing to more closely match NG theory when doing demonstrations. Moe is a good example for NG but he was NOT the model for it.

IMA was developed by Scott from his interaction with Jack K (Scott was the original head of instruction for NG). The young Moe is a good example for IMA but again he was not the model for its development (although I'm confident Scott has incorporated things he learned from Moe).

>>> I have been more successful with NG then with IMA, mainly because of the shorter backswing and wider stance.

IMA allows but does not require a long backswing. NG talks about. but reportedly does not now require, a short backswing.

>>> Otherwise I don't see much difference between the two methods.

I agree in general except that NG seems to now be going through an evolution where some essential IMA elements (e.g. the grip) are allowed to have variations in NG (see Peter Fox's comments on left hand grip in the NG forum).

>>> Swing like Moe and hit it straight!!!!!

One thing I have suggested to Scott and hopefully to NG Corp through the NG board is that a computer model be made of Moe's swing ala the composite 'Pro' they use at Compusport. I found the Compusport technique an INCREDIBLY powerful way to learn. The only problem was the swing differences due to my being SA while the 'Pro' wasn't. Compusport technology combined with a SA model is something I would definitely pay to experience.


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  • Re: You got it all wrong! -- CTunfog, 19:42:25 06/10/00 Sat
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