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Pro Tip of the Week: Right Arm at Address and it’s Action in the Backswing

The “Pro Tip of the Week” series is short videos of things Tour players do that can benefit your game and lower your score. Pro Tip of the Week videos are free for a limited time period. This weeks pro tip is: Right Arm at Address and it’s Action in the Backswing.
 

 

6 Responses to Pro Tip of the Week: Right Arm at Address and it’s Action in the Backswing

  1. David Hasamnesia July 30, 2014 at 5:50 am #

    Ciao. Now this, surely, is an edifying assessment of the differentiation post-takeaway and the comparative progression therefrom, with microscopic delineation of the causal chain and habitual denotation of preference.

    Anyway — and this is slightly off-topic, so you’ll have to forgive me — could someone please tell me who won the British Open? For some reason, I’ve been struggling with memory loss lately, and I just can’t seem to remember.

    It’s on the tip of my tongue. Old what’s-his-name.
    …Oh, come on. Help me out, you guys.

    • Mark Osborn July 30, 2014 at 6:16 am #

      Why be cryptic? At least have the guts to provide a tangible (evidenced) argument, along with your name.

    • ryanwl July 31, 2014 at 4:17 pm #

      Hasamamnesia will someday think back to this and realize his post was the dumbest waste of 45 minutes in his entire life.

      • Mark Osborn July 31, 2014 at 6:21 pm #

        He’s just pissed off because everything he thought he knew (and told everyone else) is now in question. He’ll get over it.

  2. Mark Osborn July 30, 2014 at 12:16 pm #

    “…Oh, come on.” Hasamsmartarse. Where’s your thesaurus now?

  3. Richard Schaffer August 3, 2014 at 10:44 am #

    The most obvious difference is that Kaymer is much more bent over than Hogan but raises his hands high while Hogan is more upright and keeps his hands in the shoulder plane. We know that Hogan fought the hook his whole career while Kaymer at the time the video tiger was shot was fading too much. The extreme bend over is typical of modern players e.g. E. T. Woods, Kutchar who turn flat (to their shoulder plane) The Olde timers raised the club up and had more hip-leg action. Great site Wayne.

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