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  I agree with you, In my example the body alignment is square to the target.
  Read this: http://thesandtrap.com/b/playing_tips/ball_flight_laws
    Its where the target line is, If the ball starts at the target line then curves left its a straight draw, if it starts right of the target line then curves left back to the target line then its a push draw.
It defines the potion at the top of the back swing.   One-plane - left arm accross the shoulder line. Two-plane - left arm above the shoulder line.
    Does your drive start pretty much on target then slice or does it start right then slice?
I am with you. I want my students to get the most out of there lessons!
  If he told you the info I set in bold then he is incorrect. The club face determines the start direction and the path determines the curve of the ball.
Tiger woods dad once said in an interview that he taught Tiger how to play from the green to the tee. Teach them how to putt and chip first.
Is the shot a straight pull, pull slice or pull hook?
Spin is created by clean ball contact and swing speed. If you are 10 yards from the green you are better off to hit a flop shot to keep it from rolling out to much.
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