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It's a saying that is regularly used on the site. For newbies it means that what a player may be feeling in their swing mechanically can be very different than what is really happening. This is very common in golf, especially when golfers are making tweaks and changes to their swings. Feel free to share any examples you've experienced or run across. Going to start this thread by sharing a funny example from John Daly. This is him feeling like he's making a "chip" swing. Maybe one of the more famous ones, Ben Hogan demonstrating what he felt on his downswing, more rotary with the pelvis in right pelvic tilt and the left shoulder high. But in reality, in transition he moved into his left side with the left hip lower which levels out when the lead arm is parallel to the ground. Left shoulder still lower than the right.