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Date Posted: 22:08:39 06/13/00 Tue
Author: Cecil
Subject: Re: Swing plane & other things
In reply to: Dez 's message, "Re: Swing plane & other things" on 21:06:31 06/13/00 Tue

> Doesn't Hogan teach that while actually swinging
> during play (and I assume even at the range) one
> should forget the mechanics.

Yes while playing the game. Sometimes no, sometimes yes at the range. It depends on what you're trying to learn.

>Observe and think while
> performing drills then trust the results of the
> drills.


> Keep it simple. Do the drills, try it out while
> focusing on the target, didn't work, try the drills
> some more. With SA/NG we now have a variety of
> simpler solutions.

Yup, yup, yup...

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