Originally Posted by LFC
what can be a reason for that ?
I'm exactly like that and don't know why
what i meant is that the path of your swing being "out to in" or "in to out" is relative to the target line.
someone who has a very natural in to out swing path when set up straight down the target line can adjust his stance (and grip) to create a out to in swing path relative to the target line. thus creating a fade. and vise versa. i believe that is what all this trackman and new ball flight laws are showing us.
so basically to make it more visually extreme: suppose you have someone with a very over the top, amatuer swing. however he owns that swing so he can hit 30 yd fades on command. he knows exactly where the bottom of his swing is and can consistantly repeat it. his swing is producing a out to in swing path relative to the target line.(and his club head should be slightly closed to target if he wants to fade it back from left of target.)
well in theory if you point this guy far enough right of target, regardless of his over the top swing, his path should eventually become "in to out" relative to target line.(albiet he might be aiming 90 degrees right of target.
)then if you change his grip so the clubface is slightly closed to his swing path he should hit a draw or hook.
now i dont know how wise it is for someone to have to aim at the ball cleaner right of teebox with a closed club face to produce a right to left shot but in theory it should work.