It is essential that you understand what the optimum impact position is for each club, and what adjustments you need to make in your setup and swing to achieve these positions. Join the forum discussion on this post
One of the best swings on the PGA Tour.
Byron Nelson won 11 consecutive tournaments and 18 total tournaments in 1945 and is another good example of the compression movement that is present in the swings of great players of the past and present.
The swings of the great players have something in common that I call “compression” during the swing. Here I look at Sergio Garcia and Gary Player side by side to reveal some striking similarities.
Many great players don’t come into impact on the shaft plane, but I still prefer to aim for this. Join the forum discussion on this post
A further look at creating lag in the swing, here specifically relating the golf swing motion to a low sidearm throwing motion. Join the forum discussion on this post
Lag is what separates the “haves” from the “have-nots” in the game of golf. Join the forum discussion on this post
An important discussion of the action of the left and right wrist during the swing, as well as the concept of “squeezing” the arms together in transition and into the downswing Join the forum discussion on this post
This continues the discussion of the downswing pivot movement to and through impact. Join the forum discussion on this post
This is the movement that keeps the arms from swinging “over the top” Join the forum discussion on this post