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November-December 2005


  • Finishing School

    Look at the end of your swing to find and fix hidden flaws

    Basically, there are only two positions in the golf swing: the address and the finish. Everything else is a motion and, as such, difficult to analyze. But the finish is static and allows for serious self-analysis. If you know what to look for, then how you end your swing can give you some good ideas of what’s going on in your motion.
  • Two Wrongs Make A Right

    Don't fear flaws, use them to correct any type of ballflight

    No matter how fundamentally superior the swings of the world’s best players are to those belonging to the rest of us, there has never been, nor is it likely will there ever be, a golf swing without at least one flaw.