A common problem you will see here is Noo’s sequence, as he starts forward from above the waist due to a lack of thrust from the ground under the right foot.
It might be surprising to some to see me compare the seemingly ungainly swing of 4 time PGA Tour winner Carl Pettersson with Ben Hogan’s.
Pure talent is a remarkable thing. Most times you find that someone like Bubba is actually a hard worker, just not in a conventional golf sense where you would think to find him grinding on the range. My guess is that he regularly played 36 holes a day or more when he was a kid, and competed every chance he had. We’re talking thousands of hours of golf, and in his case it was obviously the right thing to do. Some people are not built for lessons or any kind of technique approach. The problem is that if the career doesn’t pan out, where do you go for help? No lessons and thinking of nothing does not leave much room […]
If you thought Mickelson was talented and could do amazing things with the ball he’s got nothing on Bubba.
The truth as I see it is that Tiger is evolving out of what Hank Haney had him doing for years.
It was a great Saturday at the Masters with McIlroy, Sergio and Couples blowing up while Hanson, Mickelson and Oosthuizen played some great golf and really put on a show.
You won’t find two more different swings, but both players seem about as relaxed and nonchalant as anyone out there.
A 67 for Westwood and a 68 for Louis have them holding the 1 and 2 spots after day 1 at the Masters, so they get the look-see in this video.
Anthony reports that he is a 10 handicap who plays worse than that on tough courses or in tough conditions, and in looking at his swing I would agree with him that he has the ability to be a low single digit handicap player if not better.
Thomas has made great progress with his swing over the year and a half we have been working together, and you can see clearly that he is getting close to having a swing that will allow him to compete at a fairly high level.