I don't really understand the desire to have multiple different swings, which 90%+ of golfers who saw you swing wouldn't be able to identify who you are copying just by watching you swing.
Why not just find one swing that works the best for you, work with a coach, improve that swing, and play in some high level amateur tournaments?
Do you keep different handicaps for each person's swing? I'd assume the Tiger swing should be the best since he is the GOAT?
Also you said you want to eliminate a hook, well which swing is that with?
I was watching some of this tournament last night and realized that it's still it a pretty good tournament. Back in my younger days, it was always cool to watch this tournament from a snow covered mid-west and wish I was in Palm Springs playing golf. Pretty good field this year. Seems like the pros go pretty low every year but it's still fun to watch. I do miss all the celebrities that used to show up for Bob Hope. The fields used to be loaded back then too. One of these days I have to get out to Palm Springs and check out the golf and all the other stuff....
You are spot on! I added a float load due to me thinking that must have been part of Hogan's original training as a youth. There is also a caddie drag, again I am assuming that was also part of Hogan's original training. I couldn't get that quick drop or signature move at the transition in his swing until I started playing with a caddie drag and float load. I think Hogan retained those two aspects but in a very micro way, so it was not perceptible. Again it is just something I have been playing with. You have a great set of eyes to have picked up that float load. Literally 95% of golfers wouldn't have seen it or even known what it is. Any other insights?