Swing Analysis: Daniel Berger

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

Here is another great example of a funky looking, unconventional backswing that winds up producing a brilliant approach to impact. It is reminiscent of Sergio’s swing in that the shaft stays extremely flat for an extended period of time in the forward swing, saved by the quick rotation of the left forearm to close the face and to arc the shaft onto to the plane by the time it is parallel to the ground. The other benefit of this technique is to bring the hands quite close to the body in the impact area with the right forearm looking directly at the ball and the shaft returning to the address shaft plane at impact.

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Christian July 5, 2016

It’s amazing to me that some/most of the best players seem to intuitively arrive at similar fundamentals without being coached or taught. I will head back to the range and course and try to get closer to what they do. It’s really tough to do what they do with the longer clubs. I can do it pretty well with 7 iron down.

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Sean July 6, 2016

From what ive seen his grip is strong to quite strong

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