Myths in Golf. Part 1: Forearm rotation closes the club face

Does forearm rotation help a slicer close his club face and enable him to draw the ball?
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A brief history of the swing plane

A short description of Hogan’s TGM’s, John Jacob’s, Haney’s and Leadbetter’s model of the swing plane.
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Ball flight laws in the pre- and post-trackman era

The so called ball flight laws changed quite a bit over the years. And so did the views on what to change first with a slicer: face or path?
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5 Reasons you can’t fix your pull-slice

If you failed to fix your out to in swing in the past, there could be five reasons:

1. Your original diagnosis was wrong.
2. Your diagnosis was correct, but by fixing one error, your remaining compensations are superfluous but still exist.
3. Your diagnosis was correct, you fixed your mistake and possible compensations, but by changing one detail you accidentally implanted a new one.
4. Your diagnosis was correct and you know about the compensations that have to be fixed together with the original mistake and you are careful not to implant new ones, but it just seems too difficult to execute the new motion.
5. You are successful with all four points above, but you still lack consistency, because you are misinterpreting the feedback you get.

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