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Bump and run, Trevino style...

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According to Lee Buck the other night on Golf Channel. He was being interviewed whether or not playing golf under the conditions of West Texas Golf courses helped him on courses such as St Andrews. Trevino demonstrated how he hit those shots by rotating his right hand under the club, no knuckles showing, hands ahead of the ball, hinge and hold with no release but rather he would continue turning his hips to the left almost exaggerating the movement.  I find that works pretty good and FOR ME, gave me a lot of control. I could even shape the shot using "new" ball flight rules. I do not know how much roll or spin as I was only hitting into an impact net some 50 feet away. All I can say is, it sure "felt" good.   Just another shot to add to my "repertoire.".........

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Yeah, well let us know after 18 holes, on a windy day, in West Texas.  Not to be crude, but masturbating is not the same as making luv. 

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Bumping and running is about negotiating terrain on the ground, not hitting into a net.

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