I was wondering if you have read this book....he talk about how relaxed you need to be at address, with the arms, hands, and shoulders passive.....do you think that goes for the S&T also, or do you think you have to use the arms much?
I've read it , it's very good, maybe a bit self indulgent, his idea of the swing works, I've been trying different things then i stumbled on Paul Wilson golf on you tube. I realized he teaches the same thing. almost word for word. The differences are subtle like ball position George wants the ball in the same position off the left heal and you move the right foot accordingly, Paul moves the ball in the stance. George wants the hands together on the club palms opposite left hand thumb down the shaft at 12 o'clock, Paul wants the hand and thumb moved over to 1 o'clock. the point of both swings is to use the weight shift between the right and left to swing the club. George says to set the club flat on the ground and set up to that Paul says to toe up the club slightly. The natural swing works amazingly well. Paul's tips are very good, watch them and you get a very good idea of George's natural swing. You really have to get zen on this as you have to de-learn everything you know and trust the force... centrifugal force... .it is very freeing
"The essence of the natural golf swing, then, entails connecting a starting position to a finishing position. The connection is best achieved through weight transfer and rotation, . . . neither of which can be fully realized without good balance."
There's a lot of good stuff in this book, Buy it, read it.