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Are good golf swings more similar or more different?
It’s an interesting question that is often debated among golfers and golf teachers. At the heart of the discussion is whether each unique person has their own unique swing and should be allowed to simply “swing their swing” to be successful, or are there certain rules and fundamentals that all golfers need to conform to to play good golf.
In my years of studying, observing and teaching golf to 1000s of golfers, there are clear patterns that exist among the best (and the worst) players. The GOLFTEC SwingTru study was the most comprehensive fact-based swing study ever conducted which identified key body positions within the swing that directly correlate to a player’s handicap.
There are, of course, many differences as well, but once you know what to look for, you can distinguish between what is simply an aesthetic piece making the form look “different’ and what is truly important in terms of the swing’s function.
This discussion also usual revolves around a picture at the top of a player’s backswing. Allow good swings to play into the downswing, and the number of differences dramatically reduces.
In this video, I’ll be discussing the downswing and specifically POSITION 6 (P6) where there are far more similarities among the best players and how you can use that information to improve your ball striking and help you play better golf.
So are good golf swing more similar or different? What do you think? Let me know in the comments section and be sure to like the video, share it with your friends and subscribe if this is your first time here.
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