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Author Name: Freehedwegg 1 Comments
Date Added: November 12, 2005 09:11:17 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Initiate & Complete your Swing.

1. (a) Let the last three (3) fingers of the Left hand 
join with
(b) the forefinger, thumb & thumb pad of each hand
as the
(c) Ring finger of the Right hand
 completes the interlock or overlap connection
with the
 (d) Little finger of the Right hand. 
(d) The Middle finger is part of the Ring & Little finger combination.
2. Let the Hips bring together
 (a) the Club Head & (b) the Handle of the Club
as part of the initiation & completion of the Swing.

3. The Hips organize the Body.

4. The Grip forms & organizes the Swing.

Refer to (a) The Nature of Golf & (b) The Majesty of Golf.

This is Golf's Greatest Tip.

Peter Steele Formica



   Don't force or push the club or club head
when you initiate & complete your Swing.
This action pushes the club head off line & away from you.
Energy given direction
 is through the ANS Response System
 & its Rhythm & Timing.

This is Steele Golf.

"Live well & Prosper."

Author's Notes:
The Steele Legacy
 follows the tradition of Steele Golf
& Golf's Greatest Lesson.
All the best,
Jamieson from Palm Beach
where you're only a breeze awafromany Caribbean Island.
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Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on November 14, 2005 09:07:09 AM Report
My grandfather taught me how to golf. :o) Thanks for bringing back memories. *S* Wind Whisperer


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