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    • Where was that written?
    • Nope. Let's take the latest - the Barclays - and look how many players that made the cut scored above par on the final.   http://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/the-barclays/leaderboard.html  
    • Can someone explain internal rotation on downswing relates to too steep?
    • The big clues are here in the P.S.  Baseball and strong.  That translates into out to in, pulling across the ball.  No shaft can fix a bad swing path.  All the swing tips you hear (that are worth anything)  telling you to straighten this or shift weight here in your backswing, or to snap wrist here or push through there in your follow thru, is worthless if you don't come straight thru the ball.    What really matters is the one foot long path, speed, angle, and direction of you swing thru the ball. To simplify if you are right handed and at impact with the ball your club face is perpendicular to your target but traveling out to in (right to left looking downgrade) the ball is spinning clockwise thus turning right.  This is why you are slicing.  A closed face will start the ball left, but spin will turn it right. Without lessons to teach you how to fix you swing the best you can do is close your stance, and push thru the ball.  Exaggerate aiming right until the ball starts to turn left.  It is a hard concept to get your head around until you actually do it.  Bottom line is shafts won't fix slicing.