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Date Posted: 23:43:23 06/10/00 Sat
Author: Don
Subject: Re: Moe vs. Conv. Golf (Peter)
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: Moe vs. Conv. Golf" on 22:40:52 06/10/00 Sat


I have a document here from Tom Ross(Hawaii), he says that Moe cocks his wrist even more on his downswing. Moe has been noted to say this is the downcock. Jack Kuykendall says that Moe doesn't start releasing his hands until waste high. By watching Moe in his videos in slow motion this is plain to see. Moe squares his hands just before impact and then immediately after impact he turns his hands over. I have personally heard Moe say that his swing is like slicing a loaf of bread, he held his hands square to the target going through the motion of impact with the right plam facing up to the sky,this is past impact to shoulder high. Now Moe may feel that he is doing this but it is plain that he doesn't. You don't slice bread while turning your hands over although Moe definitely turns his hands over in his forward swing. So I can see where confusion even comes from Moe. It has been documented that Moe isn't a very good instructor for most.


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