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Swings from the 2017 President’s Cup Part 1 of 2

In this video I go through the coverage of the President’s Cup singles and look at one swing of each of the participants (at least the ones who made it to television). Here we have Kevin Chappell, Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Thomas, Dustin Johnson, Patrick Reed, Mark Leishman, Brooks Koepka, Jordan Spieth, Charl Schwartzel, and Jason […]

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Swing Analysis: Hideki Matsuyama Part 2

This swing is producing the best ball striking numbers on the Tour today. Matsuyama is incredibly strong, and many of the things you see in his swing are different from most Tour players, and certainly different from what I would prefer to see in a golf swing. In the backswing Hideki keeps his right arm […]

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Swing Analysis: Hideki Matsuyama

It tickles me to hear the TV announcers gush about Matsuyama’s “great tempo”. The young Japanese star, winner of the Memorial Tournament, is about as unconventional when it comes to rhythm and tempo as you will ever see. Matsuyama’s rhythm is 5:1, which in a world where the vast majority of players use a 3:1 […]

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