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jaketang
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PostSubject: Re: Understanding the Swing Plane   Wed Aug 12, 2009 10:54 am

i think everyone swing diff....

but the crucial will the 6" before n after impact....

so no matter how JF swing, his 6-6 is equal or better then most tour player i guess... tht's y he is one of the best....
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PostSubject: Re: Understanding the Swing Plane   Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:40 pm

Right_sided_coach wrote:

The reason it works is that it goes back steep , but comes down on a flat, inside path.
The death move is the opposite. One that goes back flat and then comes down steep. Most amateurs that slice the ball are notorious for this.

hoorrrrr...

so you mean TGM's swing no good? will cause slice?

because he goes back flat and come down steep lor.

i want to find an instructor but i am very stingy with my money so i need to ask many questions What a Face
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PostSubject: Re: Understanding the Swing Plane   Wed Aug 12, 2009 9:12 pm

redbull wrote:
Right_sided_coach wrote:

The reason it works is that it goes back steep , but comes down on a flat, inside path.
The death move is the opposite. One that goes back flat and then comes down steep. Most amateurs that slice the ball are notorious for this.

hoorrrrr...

so you mean TGM's swing no good? will cause slice?

because he goes back flat and come down steep lor.

i want to find an instructor but i am very stingy with my money so i need to ask many questions What a Face

TGM goes back flat but comes in still under the plane. Most good players learn to do this. Ask as many questions as you like. That is what we are here for!!
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