Swing Analysis: Kevin Stadler

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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Steve February 22, 2014

“The legs always initiate the throwing motion in the sidearm movement”…

For me, first and foremost in making all of this work is concentration on the pivot motion. Wayne once told me in a lesson (more than once) that the correct movement in the downswing pivot component will feel wildly over the top. What makes that movement effective of course is the concomitant flattening of the shaft in transition. So as I concentrate on a more effective pivot movement “over the top” at the same time I am aware of the need for the shaft to shallow simultaneously. I can tell both by feel and by the shot itself whether this is happening and I can only trust that by commiting to this over the top feel irregardless of what might happen to the particular shot the proper out move of the hands and the initial laying off of the shaft in transition will eventually become a part of the package. Awareness and some practice in the mirror I hope will facilltate these outcomes.

Thanks for another great analysis even though I definitely am not among the portly contingent.

Clinton March 3, 2014

Stadler is stocky, Hogan was slender. But the two are similar in key areas. They both have the cupped left wrist at the top. They both shallow the heck out of it in transition, much more so than most players. They both fan the face wide open in transition. Their finish positions also look the same, hands fairly high and the look of having kept the face from releasing too much.

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