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Date Posted: 22:06:59 06/10/00 Sat
Author: Arista
Subject: Re: The clubface square to the path...
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: The clubface square to the path..." on 21:03:49 06/10/00 Sat

> If you look at video of Moe the clubface is not square
> on the swing plane for most of the swing. Similar to
> CG when the club is horizontal on the downswing prior
> to impact the clubface is completely open to the
> plane. When the club is horizontal in the follow
> through the clubface is also completely open to the
> plane.

I went to the web site you gave in the link and Moe's clubface is not open to the plane it's on the plane. In a proper conventional swing the clubface position is 90 degrees to the right of what Moe shows. Any one who believes Moe's position is the proper conventional position is doomed with CG before they even start.

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