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The Importance of Grip, Clubface & Ball Flight

The Importance of Grip, Clubface & Ball Flight

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Bill explains the significance that his dad saw in watching a player’s grip, clubface, and ball flight. He discusses how they relate to each other and why they provide such a clear picture of what might be going on in a golf swing. He breaks down what it means to be in a weak or strong position during the swing and offers his take on where he thinks the amateur golfer should be in relation to these positions.

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