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Date Posted: 23:18:29 06/10/00 Sat
Author: Arista
Subject: Re: Moe vs. Conv. Golf
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Moe vs. Conv. Golf" on 22:40:52 06/10/00 Sat

> Actually it's not quite on plane.

It's very much on plane. Draw a line between the ball and the hosel and you'll see Moe's clubface is nearly parallel to that line making it on the plane

>To be more precise
> about terms - at a point when the club would be
> horizontal on the downswing the club face will be
> vertical which will make it slightly 'closed' relative
> to swing plane and Moe's left arm.

This would be excessively open. A square clubface is one that is parallel to the spine in the position you describe. To be slightly closed the clubface would nearly have to be facing the ground.

> I do not understand what you mean by "90 degrees to
> the right".

The clubface should be parallel to the spine when the shaft is parallel to the ground. Read Swing Like a Pro by Dr. Ralph Mann to correctly understand what you should be doing in the conventinal swing.

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