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Comment from: alan [Visitor]
Sean
If you want people to contribute to your blogs you must mention Michelle Wie.
Try for example.
“If you want a perfect swing emulate Michelle Wie”
That might do the trick.
Alan M
01/17/06 @ 12:26
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor]
Sean,

What are Spiders? From Phil Mickelson's main man, it means something. As a high school girls and guys golf coach, it will help our program a ton.
01/17/06 @ 14:18
Comment from: jon [Visitor]
Yikes. I thought a portly beer belly was a prerequiste for a graceful and laguid swing. I am John Daly fan and I ain't releasing my hip. You are making golf sound like an athletic game.
01/17/06 @ 17:28
Comment from: Tiger the osmose [Visitor]
Tiger Woods is sooooo good !
02/02/06 @ 14:11
Comment from: george moureau [Visitor] Email
I don't know if I can ask this correctly but here goes. I am left handed but I learned to play golf right handed. This seems to be a handicap because my left side is the strong side of my body rather than the right. I'm a 2 handicapper so I have a good game but would like to get to the next level. I find more strength when driving the swing (pulling) from the left side than pushing from the right, weaker, side. I know there is supposed to be a balance between the two. I am curious about Phil's swing in that does he push the power from the left side, or pull it from the right side? I heard Tiger mention in a TV interview during the US Open, that the wrist he (Phil) hurt was not his "hitting" hand. I am pondering what he meant by this since that leaves his right has as the hitting hand. Help! I've really been in a quandary over this swing thought for quite a while.
07/24/07 @ 19:30

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