In this case, we see the results of Justin Rose working with a teacher (Sean Foley) who works constantly with video, and that is a measurably different swing. Whether it is better is a matter of preference and opinion, and as you will see in the video there are things I think are improved and others that I would say aren’t. One thing is for sure, Rose is playing at a higher level the last two years.
So once you get through the musical interlude you will find a comparison of Arnold Palmer and Johnson Wagner, certainly an odd pair (so you have to wonder, (“why do it”?).
The item for discussion here is the left heel and leg movement in the backswing, and ultimately the role of each leg during the entire swing.
How could anyone who knows anything about the golf swing say on national TV that Tiger Woods is “coming over the top”. Are you kidding me?
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Travis sent his swing to me about a year ago and the changes he has made since are significant. I compared his swing at that point with Matt Kuchar, so you can imagine that his takeaway and overall backswing were inside to flat, a condition that obviously no longer exists.
There are a number of important elements in the art of putting but none are more important than rhythm. In this video I put Tiger Woods and Steve Stricker side-by-side as they each hit about a 10 foot putt.
I have never met Karah Sanford, and neither had I heard of her until her father, Perry, stumbled upon my YouTube videos, liked them, and decided to send me a video compilation of her hitting different shots and putting.
While Snedeker’s surprising victory over Kyle Stanley seemed due to Stanley’s misfortune, the real fact is that if Snedeker had not played an almost flawless round Stanley would have been so far ahead that he could have made 10 on the last and still won by a few.
I heard a story from a reliable source that in one of Gary Woodland’s first PGA Tour events he was to tee off on the 10th hole, a 385 yard par 4. He was 3rd to hit and the hole was playing a bit downwind, and when it came to be his turn to hit he just stood there and waited…
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