The majority of people on TST know, understand and believe the 'new' (read: correct) ball flight laws where the club face is responsible for ~85% of the starting line of the flight, however there are many people who have played for years with the 'old' ball flight laws and continue to do so because to them the old way is correct.
OLD = Initial direction of the ball is dictated by the club head path. The curvature of the ball is dictated by the club face angle.
NEW = Initial direction of the ball is 85% dictated by the club face angle. The curvature is dictated by the club head path.
Today I watched another Masterclass video with Mizuno and Luke Donald (number 1 again. Go Llluuuuukkkkeeeee!) which was filled with misinformation:
Luke says in the video, "Get that ball position a little bit more forward for a cut. Aim my club face at the pin. Aim my body a little bit left. And then swing across that line."
If you look at the video however that's not the case:
Luke's body and club head path is aimed way left toward the far left of the green and the ball starts out just left of the pin, curving back toward it.
Just another example of feel not being real in my opinion.
NOTE: I'm a big Luke fan and I love seeing ALL types of golfer play. The above is solely an opinion I'm sharing because I hate us amateurs being fed misinformation. If the old laws work for Luke that's great. If they work for you that's great. I just feel that incorrect information should not be taught to people as being the truth.