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    Default In defence of the flip

    A flip when it's a flip with the leading edge perpendicular to the target line I contend isn't as bad a position as many of the over rotated positions much of today's instruction espouses

    Indeed a square faced flip may be a mere 4 inches away from golfing nirvana and with a gentle swinging forward of the left arm may produce tour quality ball striking

    Sliding a square leading edge under the ball is what actually happens if you look at slow motion impact videos
    Over rotation is the enemy of good dispersal patterns and way too reliant upon timing

    So maybe flipping a wee bit further forward is the simple answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdesmach@aol.com View Post
    A flip when it's a flip with the leading edge perpendicular to the target line I contend isn't as bad a position as many of the over rotated positions much of today's instruction espouses

    Indeed a square faced flip may be a mere 4 inches away from golfing nirvana and with a gentle swinging forward of the left arm may produce tour quality ball striking

    Sliding a square leading edge under the ball is what actually happens if you look at slow motion impact videos
    Over rotation is the enemy of good dispersal patterns and way too reliant upon timing

    So maybe flipping a wee bit further forward is the simple answer
    Freddie would like this post!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwDRIbwwDn8

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