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This is getting the dominant eye in the correct position but....... - 11-23-2013, 11:06 AM

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Originally Posted by 3andstop View Post
Lots of posts on dominant eye. I say it is less important to know that than it is to align to the shot properly.

Please check this video and forget dominant eye and concern yourself with this.


I believe this is most important.
But only as if it were a straight in shot.

When we cut a ball to the left or right we do not have such a definitive line to follow.

Kind of like jacking up.

This is where the real challenge begins. Cutting to the right and the left.

One is a dominant eye and the other is non dominant.

They both have their own issues when we aim a shot. One does really good and the other not so good.

When we cut to the right it is the right eye and when we cut to the left it is the left eye.

Just get down on a shot and open and close an eye and you will see this.

Pretty simple.
  
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