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Swing Analysis: Danny Willett

We already saw a nice down the line view of Willett on the 16th at Augusta and now we can look more closely at his swing with different clubs and from various angles. It is a quirky but highly efficient swing with an extremely early set of the wrists and almost zero hip rotation in the backswing. If you were looking for a classis demonstration of the “hands out” move and the flattening of the shaft in transition this would be it. The only negative I see has nothing to do with his swing but more with his fidgety address routine, which seemed to take differing amounts of time with each shot. It worked out here of course, but over time I would think he would want to make that more consistent.


3 Responses to Swing Analysis: Danny Willett

  1. Charlie CHUCK May 19, 2016 at 3:35 pm #

    Such a beautiful move to start the downswing.

  2. Alexander May 24, 2016 at 7:45 am #

    Great video and such a unique swing. I took a lesson with Wayne a few weeks ago and I love the show ‘upness’ around the 5:30 mark. Very cool to see and something I was working on with Wayne.

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