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What is "Lucky Luke 2"???
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Fred Couples was the first swing I ever fell in love with.

Rickie Fowler is the swing I would like to have.

Chris Kirk is the swing I'm trying to imitate.

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Since there was not a past, or current  specs in the question, I would have to go with Moe Norman as my first choice. Even the PGA back then recognized it as a viable swing. The fact that no one (probably even Moe him self) could not teach it correctly was the swings liability.

 

Today, I would probably go with Tommy Watson's swing. A long, successful career, and little, if any back issues sounds like a pretty good, long term swing to me.  I thought Annika Sorrenstam had a pretty easy swing too. I'd also throw that young lady Ochoa in the mix. Easiest swing I ever saw for the short time she competed. 

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I like Moe Norman also. Tiger did too! Lasted 4 decades as ball striker. Two Master appearances in his early twenties.
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Originally Posted by tmac20 View Post

If you could have any pro's swing, whose would it be?

Probably Ben Hogan's swing - or Jack's. Both got a lot of their games. But Adam Scott is  good choice - I recall when he, Charles Howell and TW all had very similar swings years ago - but Adam seemed to keep his consistent over the years. Thank goodness he didn't meet up with SeanFoleyHankHaney to botch things up for him.

 

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Originally Posted by Rick Martin View Post

Probably Ben Hogan's swing - or Jack's. Both got a lot of their games. But Adam Scott is  good choice - I recall when he, Charles Howell and TW all had very similar swings years ago - but Adam seemed to keep his consistent over the years. Thank goodness he didn't meet up with SeanFoleyHankHaney to botch things up for him.

Yeah stupid Tiger. How dare he win all those majors with Haney while Adam Scott took forever to win ONE-and how dare he win almost as many times the PGA Tour in two years with Sean Foley than Adam Scott has won his entire career. Stupid stupid Tiger.

Rick-Can you make a post without talking about Tiger? Inquiring minds want to know.

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I will take my swing by the way because I know how it works and I do pretty good with it.
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wow, I only had time to go through the first and last page so far, I will agree with Ernie, Fred, and Moe.  Has anyone mentioned Steve Elkington yet?

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I forget what I previously wrote, but now I'm of the opinion, any. ANY of them is fine by me. They're all pretty darn good.

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I will go with Rickie Fowler ...
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Johnny Miller's in June of 1973.
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All Time Best Swing.............?

 

In my opinion, there is only one to have, Sam Snead's. Along with the brain of Jack Nicklaus.

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Ernie Els swing

putting like speith

Mindset Tiger Woods

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Any of these South Africans (except Dale Hayes):

Els

Goosen

Schwartzel

Oosthuizen and does anyone remember Bobby Cole?

also loved Seve's!

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Also good:

Garcia

Kaymer

Weiskopf

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