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JH is that Hogan divot ahead of the ball, does it “start” 4 inches past the
back of where the ball was? I think that’s what you mean, but it’s
important that this is conveyed clearly — the club contacting the turf
with a 9I is doing so 4 inches beyond the back of the original ball
position, along the line of compression, the plane line – – right?
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Correct..The divot starts about 4 inches ‘past’ the ball down the line of
compression/target direction…sometimes 6 inches. JH.
I’ve been doing natural golf for a few years now… it works pretty good
but I’m going to try your swing as it seems even better for one’s back. I
will post later at the outcome. where are you John
Club placement to low, mid, and long irons? I noticed that the shorter the
irons, the more to the front of the stance you stood. Is that just the
video angle or is there some logic. I’ve practiced the swing and it works
best with my shorter clubs all the way up to 6 iron. After that, I tend to
draw left trying to figure out how to commit. Feels like with longer irons
(including driver) that I’m about to hit the ground before I hit the ball.
Is this due to ball position in relation to my stance?
If you are a ‘slider’ in your Golf swing like Moe Norman was you can play
the ball more forward because you are moving laterally to the ball at
impact, if you are a ‘Rotater’ you will not be able to get to ball before
your clubhead is turning off the target line.
I just position the ball where I can maximise my address balance
factor, I never think a specific ‘position’ for the ball I just position
myself to balance and where the ball ends up is where I leave it.
Is this the gary edwin swing?
Not the ‘Edwin’ swing..Gary’s mechanics are basically ‘Stack And Tilt’