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Still working my way through TGM again. I read it several times at the start of the year, and most of it passed me by. This time, I am getting insights as I go.
For instance: I now understand â€śthe Magic of the right forearmâ€ť (7-3) . On previous reads, the idea of cocking the left wrist without the right wrist cocking seemed nonsense. I now realise that the right forearm moves in such a way as to uncock the right wrist as fast as the left wrist is cocking it, if you see what I mean, such that you end up in a situation as HK says.
I am starting to realise that a) HK is right 99%+ and b) when I think HK is talking nonsense, I actually have an opportunity to learn something important.
Had a few Q+Aâ€™s with Dart about the hip action. I think that tilting the spine to the right is a step forward, but clearly I still have OTT tendencies in hip, knee and shoulder actions.
I am in 2 minds as to what to work on next. One option is to sort out my hand action and acc 2 (still a bit of a mystery) using 1/2 to 3/4 swings with limited pivot, just to get the feel of acc 2 in the hands. I am attracted to this option because I can see this is the key to getting a bit more clubhead speed (I reckon up to 10%).
The other option is to leave acc 2 a bit longer and work on knee, hip and shoulder action in order to try to eradicate more of my OTT DNA. This is more of the sensible approach, because any residual OTT will make a nonsense of any other changes.
Head versus heart! Canâ€™t hit balls for a couple of days, so I will carry on with TGM and decide a bit later.
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