So I apologize in advance for subjecting you to my harmonica playing, but upon review I decided that it wasn’t that bad. I work pretty hard at it (and take lessons!) and am improving at a fairly brisk rate. I relate much of my success to my experience with golf and golf instruction, and I am applying the lessons I have learned in regards to the subject of learning. So once you get through the musical interlude you will find a comparison of Arnold Palmer and Johnson Wagner, certainly an odd pair (so you have to wonder, (“why do it”?). What occurred to me was the vast difference in the amount of upper body coil (or “turn”) in the two swings. I did Wagner’s swing a short while ago and it stuck in my mind that he made very little upper body turn, but used his size and technique (his own unique version) to put the club on the ball in a superior fashion. When I watch this particular Palmer swing I was blown away by the amount of pivot movement in the backswing. I am beginning to think that this is the superior movement, as the number of players who employed at least part of it (especially the left heel lift) is just a Hall of Fame list.