Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Our Top 100 Teachers are here to save your next round. E-mail to cure what's hurting your scores with advice from the very best
teachers in the game. Please include your name and hometown. Or post
your question in the comments section below.
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I'm new golfer and I am totally confused by all the contradicting advice I get. For example, at different times I've been told to start my downswing by 1.) Kicking in my right knee, or 2.) Pulling down with my left arm while transferring my weight to my left side, or 3.) Turning my left hip as fast as I can. Can all of these be right? If so, which should I choose? Thanks for your help.Bob B., Tahoe, Calif.
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keep me posted I watch Sergio on TV and they always talk about his lag move at the top of his backswing, where he drops his hands into the slot. How do drop my hands into the slot to deliver the club on an inside-out swing path without losing the coil that I've created in my backswing?Ben H., Leominster, Mass.

The Trapping Sequence
Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher T.J. Tomasi, Ph.D., a Class A PGA professional, teaches at the Nantucket Golf Club in Massachusetts. You can learn more about T.J. at

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