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IF I incorporate the 5 simple keys plus the 4 magic moves.......that's only 9 thoughts that I'll need to think about in the (how many sec.'s?) swing movement...!!!

just kidding but the only issue I seem to have is when I have my weight forward when I strike my golf shot, I seem to be so far in front of the ball with my head/body....I cannot get any eight on my ball...

Hmmm...can you get any nine? 'Cuz that would be even better.... :-P

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"Four Magic Moves" teaches the early backward wrist break - when I first tried this so called "magic move" I said "you gotta be kidding me". I gotta tell ya, after I kept practicing this one earl

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I use the method and it works. It took me only a short time to use it with my irons (about 3 months) but it took a bit longer with the driver (about a year). I am 69+ years old and I have a 6 handicap. I have parred our golf course once this year. I have a back disease that forces me to wear a Mueller back brace. Joe Dante's 4 magic moves golf swing is less painful for me. The key to the swing is the early wrist set, but the lateral move is very important, especially with the driver. I have to guard against pulling the driver if my lateral hip action is not timed properly. As with any swing, timing and tempo are very important.

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