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"The Impact Zone" by Bobby Clampett

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I can "do" the drills as you quoted it, but I also agree with your… for lack of a better word right now… "nitpicks" about it.

I can certainly have a little ulnar deviations to line the shaft up with my left arm while also gripping the club in my fingers properly. It's tough to get much below horizontal, though, as I suspect you would say too.

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