Peter it's late and I'm tired so if this question is silly, please
IF a golfer is naturally left handed or dominant Left sided and playes
right handed, does THE Hit Impulse still apply? The weak side brings up
the rear so the HIT IMPULSE would have to come from the lead side and that seems like it would solve a lot of problems with the stronger side butting
in at the wrong time SINCE it is already in front. Does the Hit impulse still apply?
I have heard the advice pull down with your weak non-dominant arm as a
cure for a over the top move,i don't know if OVER THE TOP is the same as the
'TRAIL SHOULDER roll' is an initial movement of the trail shoulder towards the target line prior to the vertical drop of 'Keystone' that drops the club under the plane'.---WITH THAT IN MIND--
I read or saw something to the effect that every golfer comes
down on a slightly steeper plane than the one he went back on even though he can still
remain inside the target line, or inside path.I will try to finD THAT INFO.
IS that true, AND IF SO,PLEASE EXPLAIN
YOUR ABOVE STATEMENT. SORRY ABOUT THE CAP LOCK,SOMETIMES IT STICKS ON MY