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Swing Analysis: Rory McIlroy Uses Revamped Swing to Beat Scott in Australia

Rory McIlroy signaled that he is ready to make a run at returning to #1 by outplaying Adam Scott in the final round of the Australian Open. He used a revamped swing that you will see in the video is what I would consider to be a major improvement to the one that won him […]

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Swing Analysis: The 18th at Merion: McIlroy and Westwood Navigate the Bunker

As I was going through my DVR of the 1st round of the U.S. Open I was reminiscing about my own play there in the 1981 championship, and I recalled hitting a few practice shots out of the bunker to the right of the 18th green. From the bottom of the bunker I could barely […]

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Swing Analysis: Right Arm Action: Drive it in or Leave it back?

In this video I take a look at the way the right arm functions in different players, and discuss my reasons for preferring one method over the other. We start with Tiger Woods and Henrik Stenson, both of whom have great looking lines in their swings when watching from down the line. There is a […]

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Chamblee on McIlroy: “Insufficient”, or Less Than Stellar Lower Body Movement

I happened to be flipping through channels when I caught this short piece, and when I heard Brandel ripping Rory and comparing him to Byron Nelson I knew I had another video in the can. Chamblee is mind-boggling: he takes the best players in the world, waits for them to have a bad round or […]

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Swing Analysis: Scott, McIlroy, and Stricker Hit the 100 Yd. Wedge

I thought this was a fairly rare occurrence, with 3 of the best players in the world playing together and hitting almost the same shot on the same hole, while the cameraman actually does a nice job of positioning himself for a down the line shot of each one. Stricker is a recognized maestro with […]

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