Comments for How To Build Your Golf Swing http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com Sun, 12 Nov 2006 21:07:35 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.0.5 Comment on Tiger’s note to self: Do not try this at home by Golf Sports Blog http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/tigers-note-to-self-do-not-try-this-at-home/#comment-274 Fri, 28 Jul 2006 01:43:13 +0000 http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/tigers-note-to-self-do-not-try-this-at-home/#comment-274 <strong>Tiger’s note to self: Do not try this at home</strong> [Source: Chuck Evans Golf - How To Build Your Golf Swing] quoted: final-round 63 wins Scottish Open, Senden leads at John Deere Classic, Senden wins John Deere Classic by one stroke, Wild, wacky and Wadkins, Bold, beautiful: Wagner birdies 18 to win ce... Tiger’s note to self: Do not try this at home

[Source: Chuck Evans Golf - How To Build Your Golf Swing] quoted: final-round 63 wins Scottish Open, Senden leads at John Deere Classic, Senden wins John Deere Classic by one stroke, Wild, wacky and Wadkins, Bold, beautiful: Wagner birdies 18 to win ce…

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Comment on The Alternate Target Line by Admin http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/the-alternate-target-line/#comment-27 Fri, 14 Apr 2006 23:25:37 +0000 http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/the-alternate-target-line/#comment-27 Hey Mark, Thanks for stopping by! We haven't made it to Bethpage yet but will be coming to NY later this year with our traveling schools. Hope to see you there! Chuck Hey Mark,

Thanks for stopping by! We haven’t made it to Bethpage yet but will be coming to NY later this year with our traveling schools. Hope to see you
there!

Chuck

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Comment on The Alternate Target Line by Blog Marketing, Blog Promotion for Newbies » Blog Archive » What’s Your Pleasure? http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/the-alternate-target-line/#comment-26 Wed, 12 Apr 2006 16:46:18 +0000 http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/the-alternate-target-line/#comment-26 [...] And one other small note - I grew up cutting my baby golf teeth on the Black Course at Bethpage and a new friend (who also knows David) has a wonderful Golf Blog and deserves a mention from me today also. So, meet Chuck Evans! [...] […] And one other small note - I grew up cutting my baby golf teeth on the Black Course at Bethpage and a new friend (who also knows David) has a wonderful Golf Blog and deserves a mention from me today also. So, meet Chuck Evans! […]

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Comment on How To Control The Clubface by Admin http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/how-to-control-the-clubface/#comment-25 Sat, 24 Dec 2005 21:33:39 +0000 http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/how-to-control-the-clubface/#comment-25 David, The Hinge Pin is mounted Vertically...therefore it is Vertical to its associated Plane. The clubface, however is a different matter, IT can be perpendicular to the Plane Angle. Thanks for the input, chuck David,

The Hinge Pin is mounted Vertically…therefore it is Vertical to its associated Plane. The clubface, however is a different matter, IT can be perpendicular to the Plane Angle.

Thanks for the input,

chuck

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Comment on How To Control The Clubface by David Gilbert http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/how-to-control-the-clubface/#comment-24 Fri, 23 Dec 2005 15:32:45 +0000 http://howtobuildyourgolfswing.com/how-to-control-the-clubface/#comment-24 You are the professional and obviously successful as a teacher of the golf swing, but I think you would be more correct if you used the term "Perpendicular" to the various planes you are describing instead of the term "Vertical." Vertical \Ver"ti*cal\, a. [Cf. F. vertical. See Vertex.] 1. Of or pertaining to the vertex; situated at the vertex, or highest point; directly overhead, or in the zenith; perpendicularly above one. 2. Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon; upright; plumb; as, a vertical line. Vertical angle (Astron. & Geod.), an angle measured on a vertical circle, called an angle of elevation, or altitude, when reckoned from the horizon upward, and of depression when downward below the horizon. You are the professional and obviously successful as a teacher of the golf swing, but I think you would be more correct if you used the term “Perpendicular” to the various planes you are describing instead of the term “Vertical.”

Vertical \Ver”ti*cal\, a. [Cf. F. vertical. See Vertex.]

1. Of or pertaining to the vertex; situated at the vertex, or
highest point; directly overhead, or in the zenith;
perpendicularly above one.

2. Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon; upright; plumb;
as, a vertical line.

Vertical angle (Astron. & Geod.), an angle measured on a
vertical circle, called an angle of elevation, or
altitude, when reckoned from the horizon upward, and of
depression when downward below the horizon.

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