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on: March 9, 2012, 01:46

Sacto made a comment in Bill's lesson that I think may have been overlooked, so I am repeating here, as many Converts to MGS report shots right. Here's his comments:

Seems like he has some residue from the NG swing or Graves swing. Might want to lower the hands a little at setup to get the butt of the club pointing more at the zipper than at the naval. That angle formed by the lead arm and clubshaft is an important one for swing path and leverage. Having no angle or reducing that angle to start with can get you on the wrong plane and interfere with natural movement of the ball and socket joints of the shoulders when using the MGS swing setup. It also will affect the release through impact and cause pushes to the right.

Many of you use a Moe/SA set up. You might just give this shaft lower thing a go. Staying more bent over from the hips gives a nice free arm swing with no restrictions.

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Post Wide Right? TAKE NOTE
on: March 9, 2012, 01:46

Sacto made a comment in Bill's lesson that I think may have been overlooked, so I am repeating here, as many Converts to MGS report shots right. Here's his comments:

Seems like he has some residue from the NG swing or Graves swing. Might want to lower the hands a little at setup to get the butt of the club pointing more at the zipper than at the naval. That angle formed by the lead arm and clubshaft is an important one for swing path and leverage. Having no angle or reducing that angle to start with can get you on the wrong plane and interfere with natural movement of the ball and socket joints of the shoulders when using the MGS swing setup. It also will affect the release through impact and cause pushes to the right.

Many of you use a Moe/SA set up. You might just give this shaft lower thing a go. Staying more bent over from the hips gives a nice free arm swing with no restrictions.

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