Originally Posted by 14ledo81
Originally Posted by JetFan1983
Originally Posted by iacas
A) they're not specifically ordered.
B) key 3 affects 4 more than the opposite.
Plus 3 is easier than 4.
Haha, okay. You're just saying that because of your A4.15.
"B" is surprising to me, but maybe it shouldn't be. I'll think about it.
As you start to lose the flat left wrist, and the handle backs up, this can send the path left................................... ...............or so I have read. I sounded pretty good for a minute there.
Yea it can, and usually does. Sadly for me, when I lose it, the face tends to close prematurely and my start lines get yanked left but still with draw curve.
I guess anything can happen really. If I get tired of starting it too far left, I tend to compensate by just cupping more and leaving the face open, so the push shows up too.
Bottomline, losing the flat left wrist ain't no fun.