Swing Analysis: Joe Durant

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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michael gwiazdon May 31, 2013

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Clinton May 31, 2013

Great flattening in transition. Interesting to me that he’s able to get away with losing some depth in the hips, letting the legs peak outside the box toward the ball (down the line view) and appears to maybe even lose just a bit of spine angle on the way down. He does all that yet doesn’t get stuck. Instead, he’s right on the shaft plane at impact. If he didn’t helicopter it in transition perhaps he couldn’t get away with this other stuff. Also, right foot has a unique hop forward move in the follow through. Doesn’t look like his leg drive is overly strong to be causing this. Maybe this is a habit or tic that isn’t really caused by anything.

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    steve strobeck June 1, 2013

    Very nice. A somewhat forgotten figure amid the hoopla surrounding current stars, but underservingly so because of his always great ball striking. A quiet but consummate performer and your analysis identifies the factors in his tee to green success.

    A swing I hope is in the pipeline is that of Rocco Mediate, who with his unconventional looking action honed by Jimmy Ballard, is reasserting himself on the Champions Tour. Rocco was encumbered by chronic back problems in his later years on the regular tour but seems now to be in good physical shape and ready to rock on. His ball striking at the Ace Group Classic in Naples last February was impressive.

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      Phil June 3, 2013

      rocco has always been a good ball striker. he won 5 times on tour before he met jimmy. During that time he was “working with” Rick Smith. It would be much more interesting to compare Rocco’s swing in the early nineties and now and seeing how much actual difference there is.. i would imagine there not being as much difference as one would think. Did Butch Harmon help Fred couples?

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