Pro Tip of the Week: Create Space for Your Trailing Arm Approaching Impact

By Wayne | Videos: Pro Tip of the Week

Create space for your trailing arm approaching impact. Bubba Watson and Ben Hogan show how it’s done.
 

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Steve January 27, 2015

This is a new twist, if you will, re the deepening move in the transition. Interesting.

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Steve January 27, 2015

This is a “new twist” if you will re the deepening of the hips in the transition. Interesting.

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Rob January 27, 2015

Hi Wayne – I reckon this guy created the most space!

http://waynedefrancesco.com/moe-norman-golf-swing-analysis/

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Darrell January 27, 2015

Awesome analysis of Langer! Shows you more than one way to be great!

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Steve January 28, 2015

Interesting “twist” on the deepening aspect of the transition move. Perhaps a new thought to be applied in getting this key component accomplished. Thanks.

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Mark January 28, 2015

Nice saves with the “sucking” and “humping” analogies, by the way. Do you think you could manage it on national television, next time?

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Stephen Aumokc January 30, 2015

Hey Wayne, great TOTW! Regarding the trail leg knee bend in the backswing, Don’t you think the DTL camera angle makes the leg looks like it is straightening more than it actually is? I agree with you that most elite ball-hitters maintain trail let knee flex. Thx!

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Ron February 19, 2015

This sounds like Hogan in Power Golf. Hogan in Power Golf says to start the downswing just turn left hip left. So this would be creating space

Then he says with left arm waist high, push off with the right leg and simultaneously fire the right arm at the ball

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