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My Swing (Effington)

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Actually, if you were hitting it straight with the outside-->in swing, a new nasty hook seems logical.  Your older swing would have put quite a bit of unwanted sidespin on the ball.  If you were hitting straight or even close to straight, you must have had a workaround happening in your swing.  Since you began this forward swing with a more inside-->out path, if that workaround is still present, it should produce the ball flight you are describing.

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