Good Old Times – Tiger Woods Swing Analysis (2001 Swing)

You can hear it time and again. People romanticising about the good old times of Tiger Woods. The times when Butch Harmon was his coach, the Tiger-Mania was at large and the man himself seemed unstoppable raking in one major after the other. Let's take a look at his swing from 2001. Many people say that his swing was the best during that time period. So obviously there must be a lot to learn here, don't you think? Address Position and Takeaway Tiger Woods address position, 2001 Tiger Woods takeaway, 2001 [...]

2018-01-10T08:56:21+00:00 April 2nd, 2013|Learn from the Pros, Swing Analysis|

Speaking of Extraordinary – Jim Furyk Swing Analysis

Jim Furyk is known for two things: Playing well and having an unconventional golf swing. Some people even say that he's playing well despite his unconventional looping golf swing. I think Jim Furyk is a great example that good golf isn't about building the perfect swing but mainly about the ability and talent to get the club back squarely at impact and making the shots when it counts the most. Let's take closer look at his swing. I'm sure their are things to learn here. Address Position and Takeaway Jim Furyk keeping his hands [...]

2018-01-10T08:56:21+00:00 March 15th, 2013|Learn from the Pros, Swing Analysis|

Effective Shoulder Turn – Matt Kuchar Swing Analysis

Back in 1998 Matt Kuchar was finishing T-21 in the Masters and T-14 in the U.S. Open as an amateur. People where predicting a bright future for him. Up until today Matt incorporated a lot of changes into his swing which led him to win the World Golf Championships-Accenture Match Play Championship 2013. Let's take a closer look at his swing and how you may benefit from a big shoulder turn like Matts in your own game. Address Position and Takeaway Matt Kuchar in his address position Matt Kuchar leading with his takeaway. [...]

2018-01-10T08:56:21+00:00 March 6th, 2013|Learn from the Pros, Swing Analysis|

A Golf Swing With Style – Adam Scott Swing Analysis

While working with Butch Harmon as his coach people where saying that Butch was trying to force the swing of Tiger Woods from 2000 on him. Of course there are some similarities and Mr. Harmon definitely teaches his style (e.g. the wide and low takeaway). Nevertheless Adam Scott always had and still has a swing of his own. And what bad can come from using Tigers winning swing as a benchmark anyways, heh? Address Position and Takeaway Everythings square at impact. Adam Scotts takeaway low and slow. Take a [...]

2018-01-10T08:56:21+00:00 February 27th, 2013|Learn from the Pros, Long Game, Swing Analysis|

Where Rory Finds His Power – Rory McIlroy Swing Analysis

Rory McIlroy hits it a mile like Bubba Watson although he's not one of the biggest guys out there at 5-feet-10 and 160 pounds. So it seems to be a good idea to take a closer look at his swing and technique. Besides, his swing is a beauty to look at anyways. His average driving distance is above 300 yards yet his swing seems to be effortless. So let's find out where Rory gets his power from. But first let's watch. Address Position and Takeaway Rory sets up strong behind the ball. McIlroy does [...]

2018-01-10T08:56:22+00:00 February 22nd, 2013|Learn from the Pros, Swing Analysis|

How to Bomb a Drive Like Bubba – Bubba Watson Swing Analysis

This time around we take a look at Bubba Watson and how he's able to hit the ball as far as he does with the pink driver of his. Maybe you'll learn a trick or two for your own swing. If distance is what you are looking for Bubba surely has some tricks up his sleeve that could add a couple of yards to your own drives. It's no coincidence that his accurate power drives led him to victory in the 2012 Masters. But before we get into the details lets take a look at Bubba hitting [...]

2018-01-10T08:56:22+00:00 February 15th, 2013|Learn from the Pros, Long Game, Swing Analysis|
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