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GolfZoner
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PostPosted: Sun 1:56, 19 Dec 2010 Back to top

Hi Dariusz, been out of action with a skin cancer surgically removed from my back this week, unfortunately a very common scenario in our Country, thankfully it was discovered early enough not to become serious.

Back to more important issues; my golf swing. With the forward press or the movement of the back leg towards the target before the takeaway, how subtlte is that move to be, I think I may be swaying a little too much sometimes causing an imbalance and incorrect weight transfer, I think due to instruction I got previously from my Golf pro friend I may have mentioned, who suggest a little bump towards the target before the takeaway.

Anyhow when I get the momentum done correctly I feel this instigates the correct movement and generates a free flowing golf swing.

Look forward to your advice.

Thanks Dariusz
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PostPosted: Sun 13:05, 19 Dec 2010 Back to top

Hi John, I wish you a very speed recovery and I am glad all ended well Exclamation I know what that means since my family was and is alas not free from this disease. Crying or Very sad

Ad rem, I must admit that I experiment with many possible forms of trigger compression. I believe it does not jeopardize the idea of setup-dependent unintentional motion since the trigger is practically the only move that is being done with a clear intention - rock on the motion and utilizing created inertia. Thus, I see nothing wrong in individualizing this movement if I can put it this way.
If you feel the trigger done a'la Hogan causes you to sway too much targetwise I'd either try to make it more rotary a'la Snead or more vertical (lifting the rear heel up and let it drop inertially as the response to start the backswing phase). The latter method is a bit less effective though since it creates no torques and the "bouncing" element is negligible.

Cheers
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