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post #145 of 184
Brandt.
post #146 of 184

Any more votes for Jim Furyk?

post #147 of 184
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Any more votes for Jim Furyk?

 

He just got lucky :-$

post #148 of 184

Charl Shwartzel. He uses the ground so well and he is one of the most solid long iron players in the game.  Take a look at his pro tracer videos.

post #149 of 184

if its classic swings definitely ben hogan. for modern day id have to go with tiger or jordan spieth.
i always liked the look of jim furyks swing but id never actually want to swing like that 

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Originally Posted by drew17777 View Post

if its classic swings definitely ben hogan. for modern day id have to go with tiger or jordan spieth.

i always liked the look of jim furyks swing but id never actually want to swing like that 

What are the differences?
post #151 of 184

For Tiger and Jordan, way more power than Furyk.

post #152 of 184

Bubba Watson!  What a great set of hands.

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ye lol i no tigers and spieths are pretty close, but i always thought ben had i little different follow threw that looks really nice.. nonetheless those three are all similar

post #154 of 184

Julius Boros.

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Tiger woods or Jaime sadlowsky
post #156 of 184

Freddy Couples hands down.  So fluid and easy.  

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If I was 30 years younger I'd want Tiger's swing when he was being instructed by Harmon.  Today at age 48, I'll take Freddy Couples too.

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I finally can say that I have Phil Mickelson's swing!!!

 

Phil Mickelson didn't hold back in describing his struggles in the first round of the CIMB Classic on Thursday.

"I can't remember swinging this bad in a long time," Mickelson told Golf Channel after opening his 2013-14 PGA TOUR season with a 1-under 71 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. "I can't find the middle of the club face. And I'm not sure if the ball is going to go dead left or snap hook right and it's a frustrating time tee to green."

Mickelson said he's been struggling since taking a week off following his victory at The Open Championship. He's worked with his instructor Butch Harmon but hasn't been able to solve the issues.

"It's way off right now," he said. "It's as far off as it's ever been."

Mickelson started on the back nine, making birdies on two of his first three holes. After going out in 2 under, he double-bogeyed the second hole after taking a penalty for a wayward tee shot. He also made double bogey on the ninth, his last hole of the day.

"I'm swinging awful. I'm swinging terribly at the ball," he said. "The lead for me right now is irrelevant. It's so far off that that's the last thing on my mind, because I just don't know where the ball's going."

Afterward, Mickelson said he's trying something different on every swing in an attempt to correct the issue.

"I would go hit balls, but I don't know what to do to try to fix it. I don't even know what to try to do," he said.

post #159 of 184

I said Dufner, but I really like Bryd's move as well.

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Bill Haas

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D.J..also one of the longest hitters on tour.

 

For an older pro's swing, Freddy Couples.

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A guy who didn't win a lot ( I think 4 or 5) but still had probably the best looking swing on tour during the 80's and early 90's Tom Purtzer. I just love Freddys tempo also.

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