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If you could have any pro's swing, whose would it be? - Page 14
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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.