Laid off, Across the line, Parrallel to target
Posted 21 November 2012 - 04:37 PM
Posted 21 November 2012 - 06:05 PM
Personally, I play better if my club is slightly across the line because it is easier to swing from the inside and I like to draw the ball. When I am swinging the way I want to, the club points left of the target but it is not parallel to the ground as I like to swing 3/4-ish and stay shorter and more compact.
Adams DHy 18* White Tie X
Ping i20 3-UW Nippon SP Blue X
Edel 54 Driver / 58 Digger KBS Wedge S
Low Tide Fin, Byron DH89, or Edel
Titleist Lightweight, Tour 330B, Ecco
Posted 22 November 2012 - 12:51 AM
IMO most good golfers don't swing back stop then swing down.
Transition is most important part of the swing and although it might look like a stop at the top its really a baby u turn happening in terms of how it feels.
Sure some folks do **** it and then fire but to me transition is not a stop and go.
More of a slow down drop it in and continue the move.
I don't like back and forth I like one swing continuing through the spot the ball is located.