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geffler

Handicap Index: 4.4
Friday, March 11, 2016

Lifting the heel can take a lot of pressure off the knee joint!!

mdswest

Handicap Index: 15.7
Thursday, March 10, 2016

Definitely good tip for those suffering with flexibility limitations.

NEUGEHB@GMAIL.COM

Handicap Index: 8.1
Tuesday, March 08, 2016

makes sense

9648475

Handicap Index: 11.6
Monday, March 07, 2016

I have always lifted my heel during my swing to the dismay of many of my golf buddies. in fact as I make my downswing I tend to turn my left foot (right handed) slightly to allow an easier hip turn, I still get good distance and accuracy but I also get a lot of comments because of it. I just smile and let my score speak for itself.

Hoganzswing

Handicap Index: 18.9
Monday, March 07, 2016

JUST TO ADD ONE MORE POINT: I’VE ALWAYS HAD A DIFFICULT TIME SYNCHING MY WEIGHT SHIFT FORWARD TO MY DOWNWARD SWING. ALWAYS A BIT LATE. IT’S A TIMING ISSUE THAT INVOLVES TWO SEPARATE MOVEMENTS. BUT BY LIFTING THE LEFT HEEL WITH THE BACK SWING, IT’S NOW IN MOTION AND PART OF THE WHOLE SWING, MAKING IT EASIER TO TIME IT’S FORWARD MOVEMENT.

Hoganzswing

Handicap Index: 18.9
Monday, March 07, 2016

GREAT TIP, ESPECIALLY AS IT PUTS A POSITIVE SPIN ON CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTION TO LOCK THAT LEFT HEEL DOWN. ESPECIALLY FOR US OLD GUYS. THANKS MUCH JERRY!

9340697

Handicap Index: 5.0
Monday, March 07, 2016

Great info, Nicklaus, Watson, and my mentor Mr. Mike Austin always lifted that left heel, this lets us complete the backswing, and, keeps that swing nice and long. which is really beneficial to us senior players, the only way I could use Mr. Austins’ Flammer was to get off of that left side, by moving that left heel, I have heard that Chamblee is coming out with a book, that says that this may be the key to the golf swing, also, this really helps take the pressure off of your lower back, keep up the great work, stay healthy, CGG…

kaboobs

Handicap Index: 24.7
Monday, March 07, 2016

I am soon to be 76 and have a low 20’s index. The problem I have is that I have front foot strength in either leg due to nerve damage.
I have to rely on total balancing on my heels. Any suggestions? Raising lead heel makes whatever balance that I have.. disappear. —bob .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)