Justin Rose Makes an Odd Looking Practice Swing

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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Matt November 11, 2013

He had an article in Golf Magazine (July 2013, I believe) where he discusses what he’s been working on. I can’t find the US version online, but i did find this.

http://www.golf-monthly.co.uk/instruction/longgame/531500/justin-rose-my-swing-mechanics.html

Seems like he tends to get his hands high at impact and he’s trying to get his hands lower and closer to his right side coming down. I tend to do the same thing and thought the article was pretty interesting.

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Joe January 10, 2014

Here’s an explanation from Justin in recent golf digest:

Here’s the thought that ties my whole swing together: When I start the downswing, I let my arms drop halfway down as my shoulders stay closed to the target. I often rehearse this move as part of my pre-shot routine. It counteracts a tendency I’ve had of unwinding my shoulders too early, which forces me to slow down so the club can catch up at impact. The harder I try to rip a shot, the more this problem shows up.

By dropping my arms to start down, my wrists naturally hold their angle with the shaft, and it’s easier to approach the ball from the inside. As you can see here, my back is still facing the target. From this point, my hips will whip through in unison with my arms. It’s an incredibly powerful and stable feeling.

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