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      I bought a swingtip tried it out at the range the data states that my driver stats are 100% inside out swing with a open club face my ball flight is semi strait or at least right and a miss is way right. I am a Lefty and think it is backwards would that ball flight be correct??     Thanks for the insight,

 

Wondering if the gadget works  HaHAHA

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Does the device need to be calibrated for a lefty? Is there a user manual, maybe there is a switch for lefty or righty
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      I bought a swingtip tried it out at the range the data states that my driver stats are 100% inside out swing with a open club face my ball flight is semi strait or at least right and a miss is way right. I am a Lefty and think it is backwards would that ball flight be correct??     Thanks for the insight,

Wondering if the gadget works  HaHAHA
You're hitting draws and hooks with a 100% inside out path? Sounds about right to me.
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It can tell the difference so they say it just seems with the club face open it should go left dont understand the whole swing path thing yet..

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      I bought a swingtip tried it out at the range the data states that my driver stats are 100% inside out swing with a open club face my ball flight is semi strait or at least right and a miss is way right. I am a Lefty and think it is backwards would that ball flight be correct??     Thanks for the insight,

 

Wondering if the gadget works  HaHAHA

 

 

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It can tell the difference so they say it just seems with the club face open it should go left dont understand the whole swing path thing yet..

 

Which way is the ball curving?  Is it fading left?  Is so then it's probably correct but set-up for a righty it seems.  Ball starts where the face is pointed at impact and curves away from the path.  So an in-out path for a righty would mean your path is across the ball with a face aimed right at impact.

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It can tell the difference so they say it just seems with the club face open it should go left dont understand the whole swing path thing yet..

Oh, you were saying your ball starts to the right? I was thinking your ball finished to the right (as in a draw for a lefty), but I think I misinterpreted your use of the word "miss" as where the ball curved to. Safer just to ignore me altogether.

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I dont think there's a lot of fading in the ball flight if i hit the center of the club it would go mostly to the center right and if i hit it of the heel it would go way right about 140 yards or so hit the net. But if i am correct an inside out swing is what i want just need to close the face?

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