ahhaa, indeed but note that it is a variation.
The advantage of the Horizontal hinge is that there is no hand manipulation of the club face. It enables you to maintain a square to square club face thru impact, while allowing the arms to maintain the club path, down the target line, on follow thru to arms straight.
I was initially using angle hinging but I found it lacked consistency, both in distance and accuracy. With an angle hinge, the arms are naturally forced into an arc on follow thru, an action that I am certain contributed to my tendency to pull shots. The other issue that I found was that angle hinging required hand and hence, club face manipulation, making the stroke extremely timing critical. Something I am not very good at. The result was that sometimes the club was partly laid back not closing, not laid back not closing, not laid back and closing. To many variables for me to manage. The Horizontal hinge is not laid back and not closing and so much easier to manage.
I was going to keep out ,but,its the machinist in me that tells me to come in,lol...I suffered from the lefts for a while,can still clear out left field from time to time.....couple of things i found,1..my address wasnt correct,my shoulder line was set up left..2..run out of right arm (bad pivot) I always go back to 30-50 mt chip usually pin poits prob dev...i never able to message you..wasnt allowed
Edited by BROWNMAN, 29 June 2020 - 07:57 PM.