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    Default NHA and Going Normal with the driver

    I drift back to NHA periodically to get rid of my pull hooks with driver. I can hit all other clubs beautifully with the pattern but I don't like hitting down on the driver.

    I vaguely remember on a Wiseguys video how to blend NHA and going normal. I can't remember the details of it.

    Brian, can you help?

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    What's NHA?

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    Never Hook Again....

    I will do a short clip on this tonight, Josh.
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    "All you have is the HUB PATH and the force and torque you apply to the club—that's the whole swing."

    Brian Manzella is Golf Digest's 37th ranked teacher in the USA and is a three time Golf Magazine Top 100 Instructor.

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    I think teachers should be more focused on how to attain shallow and longer/straighter divots. Big/longer accum 3 with steep hand path and on plane shoulder turn.

    Big Alpha angle=shallow/flat clubhead path thru the strike.

    Steep hand path and on plane shoulder turn=longer/straighter clubhead path.

    Once attained, all you have to do is change stance direction, ball position and "turn the tool in the chuck" or something to that effect as per John Schlee. No swing change.
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    Zach why would make you pronouncements like this at Brian's site, particularly in a thread which is uniquely about a Manzella pattern? Wouldn't you be happier posting at a general site like golfwrx or sandtrap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbl View Post
    Zach why would make you pronouncements like this at Brian's site, particularly in a thread which is uniquely about a Manzella pattern? Wouldn't you be happier posting at a general site like golfwrx or sandtrap?
    Don't see any inconsistency at all between what I'm saying here with Brian's pattern.

    Can you clarify if there's anything I say contrary to Brian's pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zachgolf View Post
    Don't see any inconsistency at all between what I'm saying here with Brian's pattern.

    Can you clarify if there's anything I say contrary to Brian's pattern?
    Why don't you write in plain English or Brian terminology instead of TGM "guff"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Richardson View Post
    Why don't you write in plain English or Brian terminology instead of TGM "guff"?
    Copy that. Will do.

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    The bigger the Alpha angle, the more Alpha tirque you can get, and the more possible and doable a bigger Beta is, which in turn woukd obliterate the hooks. NHA.

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    Before anyone asks, Alpha angle is totally adjustable. Those saying it depends on genetics is incorrect.

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