Ben Hogan vs. Tiger Woods – Swing Analysis – Part 1

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Ben Hogan vs. Tiger Woods – Swing Analysis – Part 1

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Cary January 24, 2018

If Tiger is increasing the angle of his upper body on the downswing then why is his head not moving out towards the ball more?

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Chuck January 25, 2018

Maybe because his butt is going backwards? That’s my understanding.

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John January 27, 2018

This is one of the features of the pivot compression swing. When your right hip deepens on the backswing, in order to keep your head from backing up (on a DTL view) the body must lower.

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Cary January 28, 2018

I can see that now as he is adding knee flex his butt moves past the line behind him and that is why his belt buckle is moving that way also, but I would say he is not really increasing the angle of his upper body all the lowerin is caused by the added knee flex.

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Cary January 29, 2018

When you are measuring the angle of Tiger’s spine increasing in downswing you cannot measure from the Front, youre measuring the lats more than the spine. You might say if the lats move down then doesn’t the spine have to move with it, not if something else could be causing it to move down such as more knee bend.

I am not trying to nick pick just throwing info out there that might be correct or not.

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