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Date Posted: 17:19:44 06/13/00 Tue
Author: Arista
Subject: Re: References & Definitions
In reply to: Peter 's message, "Re: References & Definitions" on 09:19:35 06/13/00 Tue

> If you look at the pictures you will see that in the
> downswing, shaft slightly above horizontal Moe's club
> face is slightly short of vertical. In his follow
> through, shaft slightly above horizontal the club face
> is slightly past vertical.

Then this means his clubface is lying on the plane.

> The club head went from
> apx. toe up to toe up from shaft hor. before impact to
> shaft hor. after impact. If this is what you and
> Ctumflog mean by right angles to the plane then we are
> in agreement.

It is not what I mean. From hip high to hip high the clubface is on a right angle with the plane, past hip high it rotates to on the plane. The clubface has to be on a right angle with the plane through impact to hit the ball straight, other wise you'd hit it right all day.

> Near impact the plane line is the target line and the
> implication I draw from Ctumflog's statement is the
> same one explicitly demonstrated in the infomercial:

You've been incompetently using Golfing Machine terminology this whole board. My bet is you're getting it from the guy at BOM who has you impressed with it so you're mimicking him here. Not only is the plane line the target line near impact but also the whole swing. The plane line is the target line since the base of the plane defines the target line.

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