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01-25-2019, 10:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Patrick Johnson View Post
What about somebody starting out, trying to learn how to make the balls go where they want? Does it matter then?

I think starting with a pendulum stroke is a no-brainer. Modify it once you have enough experience to make decisions like that.

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I have to agree with what you've written above. Most of us have a straight stroke with just the forearm moving and the elbow high and pinned. The upper arm and shoulder can easily cause crookedness. Shoulders normally go around the body. Upper arm can come inside or go out. Both will NOT be as straight of stroke as with the elbow pinned. If someone has learned to move it all and keep it straight, they've worked hard on it.


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