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Date Posted: 13:37:10 06/13/00 Tue
Author: Peter
Subject: Re: combine ng and IMA?
In reply to: Bob G 's message, "combine ng and IMA?" on 13:15:06 06/13/00 Tue

Although Scott demonstrates a full turn in the IMA tape you don't HAVE TO make a full turn. You just need to get the left shoulder behind the ball. I play IMA with a shoulder turn that is less than the full turn I could make. I find this improves contact consistency especially on fairway (no tee) shots.

IMA is much more specific about the NECESSARY elements in the swing. Allignment, grip, release, elbow in front of hip and nose over right knee...

The points of incompatibility that I see are the width of the stance, distance from ball at address, club head away from ball at address and (maybe) release.


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