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post #109 of 184
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Just my opinion. And Brandel Chamblee's. He's the only one with the guts to say anything bad about Tiger on the GC.

Haha, that's called self-marketing. If you actually listen to him with reason, it won't take more than 10 seconds for you realize how much of an idiot he is. He comments on Weswood going to Foley as being a terrible decision in part because he's too old to assimilate the kind of changes Foley will ask him to make.

Well let's look at that again. How the heck does he know what Foley and Westwood are working on? Don't confuse his eloquence with bullshit as guts. Last I checked, he had one win on tour. Neither is known as an expert in swing mechanics or the management of pressure during big tournaments.

I can understand when Faldo or Miller have things to say, they earned their mettles. Not Chamblee.
post #110 of 184
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Originally Posted by 3putter View Post


Haha, that's called self-marketing. If you actually listen to him with reason, it won't take more than 10 seconds for you realize how much of an idiot he is. He comments on Weswood going to Foley as being a terrible decision in part because he's too old to assimilate the kind of changes Foley will ask him to make.

Well let's look at that again. How the heck does he know what Foley and Westwood are working on? Don't confuse his eloquence with bullshit as guts. Last I checked, he had one win on tour. Neither is known as an expert in swing mechanics or the management of pressure during big tournaments.

I can understand when Faldo or Miller have things to say, they earned their mettles. Not Chamblee.

In my opinion, he is the smartest and most informed commentator on the Golf Channel. 

post #111 of 184
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In my opinion, he is the smartest and most informed commentator on the Golf Channel. 
Lol fantastic rebuttal.....

Anyway back on topic... I'd originally said Rory but will have to bump him to second after watching more swing videos of Scott's.
post #112 of 184
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Lol fantastic rebuttal.....

Anyway back on topic... I'd originally said Rory but will have to bump him to second after watching more swing videos of Scott's.

I would explain why but to be honest, I'm way too lazy right now to write a long post. z3_sleep1.gif

post #113 of 184
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I would explain why but to be honest, I'm way too lazy right now to write a long post. z3_sleep1.gif

 

Don't bother, it's off topic :)
post #114 of 184

Ben Hogan

post #115 of 184
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Ben Hogan
Ben Hogan said Mickey Wright had the best swing he had ever seen.😉
post #116 of 184

It may not be the prettiest (fundamentally speaking) but you gotta admit it looks pretty cool and that's Dustin Johnson.

post #117 of 184

McIlroy, absolutely textbook swing, a work of art.

post #118 of 184

Fred Couples

post #119 of 184
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Fred Couples


I completely agree. Just so effortless and smashes the ball

post #120 of 184
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Fred Couples

+1

post #121 of 184
If I had to pick one, it would probably be Rory's. Fluid and powerful, just great to watch him go through the ball.
post #122 of 184

I like Grant Waite's swing a lot, as well as Tiger's, Dufner's, Roses's, and Adam's Scott's. 

 

If I had to pick, though, I'd probably take Waite's. It's pretty much everything I've been working on for over a year. 

post #123 of 184

Hogan is probably the top answer here, but has anyone mentioned sam snead?

So pretty and effortless, too.

And, maybe just for the sake of sticking it to the man, Jim Furyk? 

post #124 of 184
Davis Love
post #125 of 184

Very Easy!!

 

Fred Couples

 

So Fluid and it just seems so natural and powerful.. I love it!

post #126 of 184

Probably one of the 50-somethings on the Champions Tour.

 

I volunteered at the Senior PGA in May. Many players had a swing with a compact take-away, good explosion through the ball, and a balanced/half-punch followthrough.

 

I can't make the big sweeping swing of Tiger and Rory without hurting myself.

 

From seeing myself on video, my recent normal swing probably would be classified as a three-quarters swing. If I try to set my hands at the top much above my right ear, my right hip is really sore by the back nine.

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