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Date Posted: 04:48:53 06/13/00 Tue
Author: Dave Ferguson
Subject: Re: The Laws and SA - Grip
In reply to: Doug 's message, "Re: The Laws and SA - Grip" on 12:23:32 06/12/00 Mon

> "I'd like to start a thread about Jim Sutties LAWS and
> SA. The purpose of the thread would not be to pit one
> against the other but instead to identify which
> elements are universal. Also I don't agree that SA is
> only a width player move." - Dave Ferguson
> Dave, From what I read, the grip is the BIGGEST (not
> the only) difference between SA and CG. That being
> said, I believe the only model that Suttie, Tomasi,
> and Adams advocate using the 10 finger grip and
> "holding it like a hammer" is the width model. The
> shorter backswing for a width player is also similar
> to NG, but as an arc/leverage player, you will
> probably find more similarities with IMA, as Scott
> appears to be in your same category, a taller guy with
> good flexibility.
> Good topic, Dave!
Even the width player ten finger grip in LAWS is a finger grip. The stated reason for the finger grip is to aid in the release. Fooey! I use the NG palm grip and have no problem with release.

I'm still confused however, about the proper backswing movement. Any thoughts?

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