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December 6 2010 at 3:46 PM
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Response to The oppsosite is also true


getting the elbow away may have helped that golfer feel better about his swing I doubt that it helped him make a better move down unless that move down put his elbow back where it was happy.gif

I have videoed myself doing my 4.5 drill swing and my trail elbow does not leave my side in the back swing and the impact position is excellent. I have not seen video of others doing 4.5 but in the case of the member that I showed the drill he had a problem, even with focus, with keeping his trail arm touching his side. Though it never got more than a few of inches away it never got back when it did get away and there was an obvious trajectory difference between when it did and when it didn't that inferred a poorer impact position when it didn't make it back.


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