Originally Posted by Homer Bailey
Are you saying the further up in your stance you move it, the more likely you are to block it? I would think it would be the other way around, but maybe that's my problem.
You're initial thought is correct, for the most part. If everything stayed the same with your body, moving the ball up would decrease your chances of a block as the club will be rotating back around you to the inside. However, when the ball is too far up in one's stance, there can/will be an increased chance of a slide into the ball. A slide is when the hips lead too much. A slide definitely would cause a block to the right.
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