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Old 04-30-2006, 02:19 PM
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More on Pulling to Push CE#67
Originally Posted by 6bee1dee
Originally Posted by Yoda

But "What do I Pull it with?" I asked Homer as we stood on the driving range that rainy late afternoon in January 1982.

"Pull it with anything you want!" he said. "I don't care! Just Pull it!"

Well, all rightee, then!!!

And so the Basic Basic you are trying to Feel in the Golf Stroke is a Pulling sensation. As long as you are Pulling and the Clubhead Lag Pressure Point Pressure retains its passive, inert Loading, then you will have contained Centrifugal Force, and your Feel will be one of a controlled, heavy, steady-as-she-goes, constant Loading, constant direction, deadweight inertia (7-19). "

Phew. Alrightee, then. Fear Not. We can still pull and Hit.

Remember, though, I was Swinging at the time. I'm quite sure that, had I been Hitting, Homer would have emphasized the Drive Loading (10-19-A) I have described -- not the Drag Loading (10-19-C) -- and also the decidedly Active Right Arm Push (6-B-1-A) through Impact -- and not the Swinger's Gyroscopic Leftside Pull with its Passive Right Arm and Elbow.

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