This swing utilizes almost all the preferences I have come up with over time, which makes it, in my opinion, one of the best swings on the Tour. About the only thing I would change or work on would be the backing up of the head, but that is probably something that he has done since he was a kid. My guess is that he would see that as something to get better at and probably spends some time on fixing it, then leaves it alone when it comes to playing. Other than that, you see just about everything performed like a model swing, from the on plane takeaway to the gorgeous wrist and arm position at the top, excellent sequence with a nice out movement of the hands and shaft kick back in transition, along with great pivot movement keeping his hips in the box and clearing plenty of space for his right arm to travel in front of his body and release around to the left. Usually with a back- up move there is a bit less left movement in the release, and you see that here, but it is not enough to be overly concerned about, although again it would be something to work on. All in all this is one of my favorites, and if he figures out how to project confidence and control his mind under pressure he should start showing up more often in the big events.