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August 23 2011 at 12:51 AM

Herbert  (Login gHerbert)
SAGF Members 2001


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The true Heard Super Swing (not Jerry's) is clubface square to the path on the back and downswing. The clubhead will not be toe up when the clubshaft is parallel to the ground on the backswing which is the normal check point. It will be closed or less then toe up unless the player deviates from the instruction. On the through swing the clubhead could be toe up at the shaft parallel point if the golfer holds off the release. In most cases the clubhead is rotated closed by that point.

Regards, Herbert

 
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