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Force & Downswing Question

November 4 2011 at 6:54 AM
Scott  (Login scottiii)
SAGF Members 2004

Response to Hawkholman Lesson Summary



Your swing is now shorter with less use of force for the downswing. If I have this right, you equate economy of motion with force, not to mention greater accuracy. Kiran claims that the height of "10:00" with alignment of arms and club is ideal for the use of gravity.

This may be difficult for you to answer and I'd also be interested to hear from Hawk. How do you bring the club down from the top-of-swing position, in that, what or which muscles (or part of the anatomy if easier to describe) primarily gives impetus to the arms (or club if you wish)?

Also, do you think that this "impetus" has truly changed from your old swing to your new one?

Please give this some thought while taking practice swings.


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