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post #181 of 219

Amazing! 180 posts and not one mentioned the most successful golfer in history. Surely Jack Nicklaus must have had a decent swing to achieve so much.

post #182 of 219

IMHO, this question, GSOAT, can be interpreted as one or any combination of

 

  • best looking,
  • most technically sound  
  • most effective.

 

Most effective involves swing & mental fortitude - that would be JN or TW of the Tiger Slam days.

 

Best looking is subjective.

 

Most technically sound - that I leave to the swing gurus.

post #183 of 219

besides jack, im surprised no1 has mention arnold palmer. i just say the tv series arnie the other day and he has a sweet looking follow through!

post #184 of 219
I would want Adam Scotts swing. I love watching that dude swing his golf club. It's so smooth, powerful and beautiful.
post #185 of 219

Freddie.

post #186 of 219
Freddy's
post #187 of 219

I've always loved to watch Rory's swing, but I think I'd Hunter Mahan's. Pretty simple and consistent.

post #188 of 219

Sam Snead's swing.

post #189 of 219
Tommy gainey. Just so I could scam people of their money 😄. But in all seriousness I would take Ernie's. So smooth and effortless
post #190 of 219

Rory McIlroy.

 

Not even close.

post #191 of 219

Ben hogan by far

post #192 of 219
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Ben hogan by far
Hard to argue with that!

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Rory McIlroy.

Not even close.
For modern day, I agree. Beautiful swing.
post #193 of 219

Geez. That's exactly whose swing I would take. Any pro.

post #194 of 219

1. Adam Scott (aka Tiger circa 2000)

2. Seung-Yul Noh

3. Rory

post #195 of 219

Strickers simple swing is the only one I think I could manage ...

post #196 of 219


 I watched Paul Casey on the driving range yesterday on tv.. That is one simple, sweet, and repeatable swing

post #197 of 219
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Sam Snead's swing.


Ditto here. Fred's is just as pretty so I could go either way. Maybe not technically as pure as some suggestions, but more classy for it.

And, both are lifetime swings.

post #198 of 219
Louis Oosthuizen
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