Re: EquivalentAugust 23 2008 at 9:16 AM
|Jerry (Login thinkin2)|
Response to Re: Equivalent
With Hogan's grip, a cupped left wrist at the top would have the clubface extremely open. This was his way to really go at the ball without fear of hooking it. He realized he needed to learn to do this to play some of the courses where he had to play a fade. But I don't think he played that shot all of the time, only when he needed to. If he needed to play it right to left then probably you would see much less, if any, cupping in his wrist. This may be where the old discussion of whether he cupped his wrist or not comes from. Sometimes he did and sometimes he didn't. jmo but I think the idea has merit.
- I think - Herbert on Aug 24, 2008, 3:29 AM