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  1. Mike Divot

    Hey, Monte, don’t sweat it. We enjoy the informative and educational posts you give us FOR FREE. Happy to wait. Cheers!

  2. Nollie Swynnerton

    Having a tilt as you describe, how does one achieve a low part of the arc on the target side of the ball with an iron shot? In other words, ball first, turf after. Intuitively, it would seem to be quite difficult.

    • Monte Scheinblum

      You have to eliminate intuition when discussing the golf swing.

      Almost the entire motion is counter intuitive.

      When there is no tilt, the angle of attack is too steep, the body will react by throwing away right wrist angle and that makes it more difficult to strike the ball properly.

      To put it simply, the proper bottom of the swing is achieved when the lower body shifts and the upper body stays back.

      Length of club and ball position will dictate where that bottom is.


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