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Unique Tour Player Swings




Yes, Matt Wolff has a weird swing.

Jim Furyk too.

Keegan Bradley sets up pretty funny.

Dustin Johnson has a bowed left wrist at the top (as does Jon Rahm, and Graeme McDowell).

Jordan Spieth and Lee Westwood chicken wing it.

Lee Trevino had an odd swing.

Thing is…

  • You're not any of those people.
  • They're supremely talented.
  • They spend HOURS a DAY working on what they do.
  • There's nothing that says they wouldn't have been better (or worse) if they switched it up to a more conventional thing.
  • These guys tend to be in the minority.

I use Matt Wolff's swing as an exaggerated feel quite often.

That doesn't mean I actually want golfers to swing that way.

If you've got a "unique" thing in your swing, think long and hard about whether it's something that's holding you back, given the above bullet points.



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