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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
You nailed that one, Ron Mon. I thought the same thing: What horrible advice for amatures.

Of course his upcoming article will tell us that the next time we get distracted by a playing partner jingling his change, we should just ask our caddie to rough the guy up a bit.
10/12/06 @ 23:44
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
10/12/06 @ 23:44
Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor] Email
I don't know why you guys don't understand this universal technique of hitting a flat-line tee shot. Why just the other day I was demonstrating such a shot for a couple of my golfing companions. Unfortunately, when I softened my arms after the release to get the maximum extension, my hands also softened and the club let loose - right at the time the Ranger was passing by. Clubhead caught right square in the temple. Died instantly. And that's why it's called "Flatline."
10/13/06 @ 08:42
Comment from: Joseph [Visitor]
Well, one thing for sure, the LESS you relax into a swing, the worse it becomes.
10/15/06 @ 07:11

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