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  Hitting up or down with the driver will not change the spin rate just the launch angle. Hitting it high on the face will decrease spin and hitting it lower on the face will increase spin.
 Also as you hit the ball lower on the face you get vertical gear affect which will cause the ball to spin even more. Opposite is true when hitting it higher on the face.
Here are a few threads to look at first.   http://thesandtrap.com/t/9268/how-do-i-stop-coming-over-the-top   http://thesandtrap.com/t/58339/how-did-you-fix-your-slice   http://thesandtrap.com/t/57025/cannot-fix-my-slice
    Shortstop is correct, the path is all that matters. I can aim off the planet and still hit a fade/cut as long as my face is open to the path.
I would say that the elbow moving more out away from the hip would get the club traveling more OUTward. This would then produce more of a draw shot then a slice.
    So in this image the one on the right is IN and is the one on the left ON or OUT? Can both of them produce the same type of shot, fade draw etc?
    If they are not releases and they do not affect curvature then whats the difference and why use one over the other.
  I understand that stuff it just getting the club to do it. I didn't realize that the different releases are what get you there.
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