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post #19 of 21
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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?

 

Sure, What if the guy on the left rotates the clubface really fast, so this means he can have an open clubfact at impact, and end up in the picture above, he would hit a fade. The guy above could have a slower rotation, but hit a draw. 

 

Look at one static point, doesn't mean anything, its how the club got there that matters, and what the clubface is doing at impact. 

post #20 of 21
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Originally Posted by EverythingGolf View Post

 

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?

 

Both can produce the same.

 

For the first question, just click "Golf Terminology" in my signature, because both of the swings could have been ON, IN, or OUT - we don't really know. This one picture isn't enough of a clue.

post #21 of 21
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What Mike doesn't know is that I enabled the "Shut_up_San_Diego" feature in the forum's admin panel. It's designed to protect us northerners from having to hear about good weather in the middle of nasty snowstorms and such.

 

 

lol good one.  Uh, you better steer clear of the pics I took yesterday thene2_whistling.gif

 

 

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Nobody "uses" a release type. The release is a result.

 

 

Yep

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