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Tony Romo Swing Golf Swing Analysis February 2018

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

I had a great time playing 3 straight days with Tony as his partner in the Isleworth Invitational, a Pro-am event with players such as John Cook, Nick O’Hern, and many other excellent players including a lot of younger guys working at Isleworth and playing the mini-tours. Tony has made some nice progress with his swing technique over the past year after coming back from multiple back surgeries due to football injuries, even while missing a bunch of playing and practice time with his new position as lead NFL announcer for CBS Sports.

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Ben Hogan and the 10 Degrees of Shaft Flattening

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

I like to watch my collection of Hogan videos and I am always trying to find things that are consistent throughout his career. In this video I focus on the amount he flattened the shaft from P3 to P5, as well as on the way he pushed his entire pelvis back in the backswing, creating a much more bent over posture and steeper shoulder turn as his arms and hands swing inward and across his chest.

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Swing Comparison: Daniel Summerhays and David Lingmerth

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

These are two of the shorter (in height) players on the PGA Tour, Lingmerth checking in at 5’7” and Summerhays at 5’ 8”, so since they were in contention and playing together at the Quicken Loans at Avenel this past weekend I thought it would be interesting to look and compare their swings as they tee off on the long par 4 6th hole. Despite their similarities in size their swings have some stark differences, especially in the set up.

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Right Arm Position at P-3: A Survey (Part 1 and 2)

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

As I get older and gain more experience teaching and trying to play I have come to focus more on the right arm and how it functions during the swing. From watching hundreds of Tour caliber swings in slow motion and teaching players with a full range of abilities from hack to tour winner I have developed a preference for what I would call a “flared” upper right arm at left arm parallel (P-3) in the backswing as opposed to a “pinched” position, but in this survey you will see that excellent players utilize every conceivable right arm motion, from Miller Barber, whose upper right arm was parallel to the ground at P-3 (or completely horizontal), to Fred Couples, whose upper arm was still facing straight back at the camera at the same position (or completely vertical).

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Swing Comparison: Danny Willett and Jordan Spieth

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

I couldn’t resist doing this comparison as the two are hitting the same shot on the same hole with the same fixed camera from almost the exact same spot. They both hit incredible pressure iron shots, with Spieth going pretty much right at the flag and Willett favoring a bit more of a right to left trajectory. As with any comparison there are similarities (which we could all take note of and try to emulate as these are two of the best on the planet) and some striking differences. I always find these examinations to be interesting and educational. Enjoy.

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Swing Analysis: How Bubba Won

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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Swing Analysis: Ryan Moore

By Wayne | Videos: Swing Analysis

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