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    Hi guys,
    My interest has been piqued by the limited information about 3skills. I've ordered the book and hope it's worth it.
    It would be nice if someone here with experience with 3skills could post some up-to-date information on it for others who may be thinking about buying it. I will of course post as soon as I have used the book for a while.
    Regards Peter

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    hi i have bought the book...but finding it difficult to get the impact shots right.. is the wrist break an important part no mention in the book.

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    • #3
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      Originally posted by golfshooter View Post
      Hi guys,
      My interest has been piqued by the limited information about 3skills. I've ordered the book and hope it's worth it.
      It would be nice if someone here with experience with 3skills could post some up-to-date information on it for others who may be thinking about buying it. I will of course post as soon as I have used the book for a while.
      Regards Peter
      Hi Peter,

      There's 927 posts in the 3skillsgolf forum, which is right here at GTO

      http://www.golf-tuition-online.com/3skillsgolf/

      There are also some details at http://www.3skillsgolf.com
      Last edited by greghutton; 07-25-2009, 02:54 PM.

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        Originally posted by wiko View Post
        hi i have bought the book...but finding it difficult to get the impact shots right.. is the wrist break an important part no mention in the book.
        The concept of 3 Skills is to abandon such swing thoughts as 'wrist break' and only focus on the 3 skills and associated imagery and drills.

        If you achieve SK1 then you should be making good contact with the ball, ie: ball/turf contact with irons/woods and level contact with the driver and 3 wood. You should be hitting the ball with an inside swing arc that catches the ball at the widest part of the arc and hits it slightly right of target with SK2. SK3 will have you turning the clubface from open to closed through impact so that you draw the ball back to target with a good powerful hit.

        Can you explain why you are getting poor impact please?

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        • #5
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          thanks brian,

          just seen some information on pro golfers swing turning the golf club on downswing to get better contact on the ball is this the wrist break or do you set the club ahead of the position of the ball..thanks

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            Originally posted by wiko View Post
            thanks brian,

            just seen some information on pro golfers swing turning the golf club on downswing to get better contact on the ball is this the wrist break or do you set the club ahead of the position of the ball..thanks
            3 Skills shows that you should have your hands ahead of the clubface in the downswing and you should imagine the clubface moving from an open position just before impact to a closed position just after. This will create the 'draw' shape where the ball moves from right to left.

            For 3 skills to work for you you have to abandon other swing thoughts and only work on the drills and imagery.

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              thanks brian,
              any other links showing this action impact position

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              • #8
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                Originally posted by wiko View Post
                thanks brian,
                any other links showing this action impact position
                They are all in the book.

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                • #9
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                  hi brian,

                  the images in the book show a swing arc coming onto the ball i have been trying this skill just half way back swing to maintain the arc approach is this the right way..thanks

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                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by wiko View Post
                    hi brian,

                    the images in the book show a swing arc coming onto the ball i have been trying this skill just half way back swing to maintain the arc approach is this the right way..thanks
                    Yes, it's a good idea to start with half swings then increase the length as you become proficient.

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                    • #11
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                      Thank you BrianW that was a good concise explanation, I have now ordered the book.
                      Regards Peter

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                      • #12
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                        Well i've just ordered the book too. Better be worth it.

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                          Mike and Peter,

                          I am sure you will not be disappointed, there is something in the book for all golfers.

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                          • #14
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                            That's good to hear. If I can take just one thing from the book then it's been worth it.

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