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Confusing Ball Flight Information - followup

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Originally Posted by iacas

Do you disagree with that? If so, how? Better to answer that in another thread, though, because for this thread it's OT.

Getting back to this thread, John, perhaps you could answer the several questions others have asked of you in clear and certain terms.



I don't have the golfing terminology to explain it any better, but what i have found out is i understand my swing a hell of a lot better than i thought. My par 3 example that i used is not only backed up with both sets of the ball flight laws the D Plane stuff puts the icing on the cake

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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones

So if my "good" shots tend to be straight would the same swing give a slight draw simply by moving the ball back an inch or two in my stance? I play every ball from the center of my stance with the exception of the driver. My misses are always right so if moving it back 2 inches can cure some of that I'll be laughing!



I would really not advice you to move the ball farther back than the center of your stance. I like playing the short irons and wedges from the middle of my stance and progressing a ball or three forward with the longer clubs. I don't think moving the ball back for you would help with anything really. If you play the ball from the middle of your stance with long irons and the ball still flies straight, you are probably bottoming out at the ball or swinging a bit left.

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