The GOLF RESEARCH ARCHIVE 2011 To 2021 - Cure To A Slice In Golf - The Left Hand Must Bear Back

"The left hand should act as a fulcrum against which the right hand strikes. Should this fulcrum collapse or give way, the club head will drag behind, and the club face will consequently not be square to the line of play, nor will it be perpendicular to the initial line of trajectory." Original Golf Fundamentals 1922, 1930, 1934


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2011-2021

THE DUNNS SAY: "HOW TO SLICE CURVE-TO-RIGHT-CROSS-CUT STROKE"

Download :"To curve a ball sharply to the right to circumvent a tree or other obstacle, aim to left and swing the club across the line of play swinging club down outside line of play cutting across to inside line of play. At impact club face must be at "offset" facing somewhat to the right by having club handle somewhat ahead of the club head. Also hit off heel end of club face. Experiment alone can teach how much of each is required to produce a certain amount of curve in the ball's flight." Original Golf Fundamentals By The Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland, 1922

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Note : Content distilled 5/18/2021 most PDFs and videos removed (of the learning and searching process). Remember, to cure your slice and strike the ball well simply F12 "The left hand must bear back against the right" - "Not discernible to the eyes of the onlooker." Download : ORIGINAL GOLF FUNDAMENTALS F12 Transmission of power by The Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland

"Instructors are often quoted as saying: "Swing from the inside out". They do not mean the player should actually swing from inside the plane to outside. They say this because the average player who cuts across his ball from outside in could not swing straight unless he tried to exaggerate in the opposite direction. Faults which have become fixed habits usually require drastic treatment and a counter irritant is necessary." Seymour Dunn