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Date Posted: 12:26:57 06/13/00 Tue
Author: Ray Shashaty
Subject: Re: left hand square to target
In reply to: Bob G 's message, "left hand square to target" on 16:42:28 06/12/00 Mon

> I have been playing NG for about 2 years. Has helped
> me considerably from CG disasters. Recently went to
> Mryle beach and played well. However, last two rounds
> since returning have been very disappointing. I find
> myself slicing again. Unfortunately I am one of those
> who has read and reviewed so many videos that the very
> reason to go SA (simple, less to think about), now the
> demons of too many thoughts creep into my thoughts.
> In any event, I bought the IMA video to see if I could
> work things out. I beieve one of my problems is I
> that the back of my left wrist (I'm right handed), is
> rarely facing the target at impact. It is typically
> "pushed" to the right, causing an open club face. I
> thought the fuller swing with IMA would allow me to
> sqaure up. Is it the left handed grip, or what that
> might cause this. thanks in advance.

Assuming your setup is correct, try squeezing down on the club handle with your left hand from takeaway through impact. This makes it more difficult for the left wrist to break down and keeps it flat through impact. It helped me.

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