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post #19 of 218
Charl Schwartzel everyday of the week
post #20 of 218
Tom Watson's because it has served him well and his turn means he can still compete in his 60s.
post #21 of 218

The big Easy, Shrek or Luke.

 

Afraid mine is more like a combination between Furyk and Westwood (the lesser parts combined)b4_blushing.gif

post #22 of 218

Duff Daddy!

 

 

I figured the question was meant for pros that are still alive today.  If it was ANY pro in the history of golf, I would go with Byron Nelson

post #23 of 218
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Originally Posted by misty_mountainhop View Post

Of the current crop, Adam Scott's looks very sweet but I still think I'd go with Louis Oosthuizen - simple, effective, looks good and blasts the ball out there for a small(ish) guy. Doesn't seem to be a lot to go wrong with it either

Forgot about Oosthuizen, his for sure

post #24 of 218

Adam Scott. He keeps it short and simple with textbook technique

post #25 of 218

I would take Zach Johnson or Dufnahhhs.  they have such a clean and efficient approach to hitting the ball, its annoying to see how easy they make it look.

 

if I just wanted to look cool and get the ladies wet, I would take Rory or Seung yul noh

post #26 of 218

I think for iron shots, I would love to have Adam Scott's swing. However when it comes to the driver and woods/metals, I would love to have Rory McIlroy's swing. For the short game and putting I like Mickelson's techniques and results. If I were to choose one player's swing for everything though I would love to have Rory McIlroy's just because I can't stand Adam Scott's belly putter and Mickelson is far too long in the backswing for me personally.

post #27 of 218

I would take this one (and the golf swing too). a3_biggrin.gif

post #28 of 218

I am having an argument with myself between Robert Rock and Charl Swartzel. If I was forced I would go with Rock.

post #29 of 218
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Originally Posted by tmac20 View Post

For me: Adam Scott. Perfect posture, perfect planes, powerful.
I would have Fred couples swing and Brandt snedeker putting
post #30 of 218

I am happy with my swing.  Not so happy where the ball goes after I make that swing.  So if I am going to dream of something, I want the ball to go where I think that I am aiming. 

 

If I could "graft" something from the pro's into my game, it's the wedge and short game.  Putting / chipping / sand play.  That is really the biggest difference. 

 

I am not saying that with a pro's short game I could be a pro, because I don't hit enough Fairways, greens, etc.  BUT that alone would probably be the biggest improvement on the score card. 

post #31 of 218

Louis Oosthuizen, I didnt even have to think about that.

post #32 of 218

When you say "have", do you mean I get to take theirs and they have to have mine?  Ooooo!  Who's career do I want to ruin!

post #33 of 218
Bro, if you saw the way pros hit a ball, you would much rather swing like them.
post #34 of 218
Jason Dufner for that tucked right elbow. Awesome Hogan like position coming into the ball. BAM!
post #35 of 218

I wouldn't want Adam Scotts just simply because I can't STAND the guy.  Absolutely HATE Adam Scott.  For 2 reasons mainly - 1.  THAT PUTTER MY GOD!  2.  He has the BIGGEST douche of a caddy on tour.  Absolutely HATE Steve Williams I want to punch him in the face everytime I see him.

 

I love Dufners waggle, I wish I could do that like he does, 6 or 7 times and then just boom start the swing, I can't though.  I rest my club on the ground at address for a few seconds.

post #36 of 218
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Absolutely HATE Steve Williams I want to punch him in the face everytime I see him.

 

Tiger, is that you?

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