Posted 23 October 2009 - 08:09 PM
Thank you, Uncle Paul.
Sometimes I get on a kick where so much can be learned from the smallest bit of information.
There are four pressure points and three of them are in the hands so why not start there...from start to finish.
What good are they? What do they do? Where do they go? How do they get there?
Investigate...look, Look, LOOK, not to mention...feel, Feel, FEEL.
I know its all been said here a bunch of times and it is easy to dismiss their true value. Many of the threads here have moved upward and onward to a super high level so much so that I think we forget the little stuff. The stuff that allows us to get to that higher understanding.
I just got back into playing some golf (3 month back injury) and found myself shooting a crummy 42 on the front nine. I couldn't believe my putting could be soooo bad, really. Before teeing off on the 10th I grabbed my putter and a ball, I looked at the way i had been setting up and bingo...PP #3 sucked! I shot 35 on the back. Oh, btw, I loaned a student my driver for a tournament so I only had my 3 wood for tee shots.
If it weren't for the principles of TGM, your guidence and other great instructors like we have here (sad to say some are gone) I wouldn't be able to live stories like this.
Its not me... its just great information!