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willyinnv
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Post Re: A little right.
on: October 9, 2012, 22:50

Guru Kevin: Many of us are anxiously awaiting your book 'blueprinting' MGS! Like a teenager buying his first car at a used car dealer - my wallet & buck$ are hangin' outa my pocket! Keep us posted. I am steadily [albiet slowly] improving, and doing your "Need For Speed" program is definitely improving the 'fast twitch' muscles in faster swinging of the 'big dog' club. Great weather here in 'Lost Wages' NV - come on out!

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Post Oh yeah?
on: October 10, 2012, 14:09

Hey, you better be careful talking up your nice weather or I will ban your arse! :x We have now entered the it's not nice hardly ever stage her in Ohio :x , and I am already looking forward to the end of March '13 :(

The book is coming along, despite my lil future open champ keeping me busy. I have to grab chunks of time and then that stupid thing known as my day job gets in the way too! But the rough draft is almost finished and I may put an excerpt up on the site so let everybody have a look and comment...not quite ready.

Thanks to you and every one for your support and glad peeps are improving!

tomgraber
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Post Re: A little right.
on: October 26, 2012, 18:18

Hi Kevin. I just had my right hip replaced but with MGS was able to play up until the surgery. I have been greatly pleased with my MGS results but I too have had a tendency to go right. This is caused by not getting my left arm lift on the chest. The more of a gap you have, the more likely you will push it right. I have pretty much solved this issue by consciously focusing on getting my hands to the right shoulder. I think this was what you were saying recommended. Long story short; it works in keeping shots dead straight. The other key for me is to just let s club fall to the ball, and not forcing any shift to the ball. The result is I am behind the ball at impact and the shift and follow thru come naturally. Looking forward to recovery to the hip surgery and golf in the spring. Your reportage and insights have been very helpful. On another note, the putting technique on chip shots has made a big difference in the short game. My blading the ball is not nearly as prevalent !

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Post Re: A little right.
on: October 27, 2012, 17:38

Tom glad to hear about your progress and I will pray for a full recovery from your hip surgery.

Interesting comment you made about the gap - I have found that if I LITERALLY keep my arm touching my chest, and then just sweep the club back low and slow until my hands are opposite my trail thigh, then lift them up, I hit very nice shots with all clubs.

Regarding the chipping, just let the club do the work. Blades when chipping are usually the result of scooping or trying to help the ball into the air. Just keep that lead wrist flat through impact and you will blade very few chips. Consider practicing this winter with the "no flipping stick":

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willyinnv
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Post Re: A little right.
on: October 9, 2012, 22:50

Guru Kevin: Many of us are anxiously awaiting your book 'blueprinting' MGS! Like a teenager buying his first car at a used car dealer - my wallet & buck$ are hangin' outa my pocket! Keep us posted. I am steadily [albiet slowly] improving, and doing your "Need For Speed" program is definitely improving the 'fast twitch' muscles in faster swinging of the 'big dog' club. Great weather here in 'Lost Wages' NV - come on out!

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Posts: 191
Post Oh yeah?
on: October 10, 2012, 14:09

Hey, you better be careful talking up your nice weather or I will ban your arse! :x We have now entered the it's not nice hardly ever stage her in Ohio :x , and I am already looking forward to the end of March '13 :(

The book is coming along, despite my lil future open champ keeping me busy. I have to grab chunks of time and then that stupid thing known as my day job gets in the way too! But the rough draft is almost finished and I may put an excerpt up on the site so let everybody have a look and comment...not quite ready.

Thanks to you and every one for your support and glad peeps are improving!

tomgraber
Newbie
Posts: 7
Post Re: A little right.
on: October 26, 2012, 18:18

Hi Kevin. I just had my right hip replaced but with MGS was able to play up until the surgery. I have been greatly pleased with my MGS results but I too have had a tendency to go right. This is caused by not getting my left arm lift on the chest. The more of a gap you have, the more likely you will push it right. I have pretty much solved this issue by consciously focusing on getting my hands to the right shoulder. I think this was what you were saying recommended. Long story short; it works in keeping shots dead straight. The other key for me is to just let s club fall to the ball, and not forcing any shift to the ball. The result is I am behind the ball at impact and the shift and follow thru come naturally. Looking forward to recovery to the hip surgery and golf in the spring. Your reportage and insights have been very helpful. On another note, the putting technique on chip shots has made a big difference in the short game. My blading the ball is not nearly as prevalent !

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Posts: 191
Post Re: A little right.
on: October 27, 2012, 17:38

Tom glad to hear about your progress and I will pray for a full recovery from your hip surgery.

Interesting comment you made about the gap - I have found that if I LITERALLY keep my arm touching my chest, and then just sweep the club back low and slow until my hands are opposite my trail thigh, then lift them up, I hit very nice shots with all clubs.

Regarding the chipping, just let the club do the work. Blades when chipping are usually the result of scooping or trying to help the ball into the air. Just keep that lead wrist flat through impact and you will blade very few chips. Consider practicing this winter with the "no flipping stick":

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