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High Schooler swing - who does this remind you of?

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Hint hint. Lead foot post impact.

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I may be Reeding into this too much

Agree.  Maybe its because he's right handed, or because he doesn't have the right knee kick way back either but he doesn't remind me of Bubba all that much.

I definitely expect this kid to be top 5 very soon! :bugout:

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The low wide takeaway with the high position at A4 is pretty similar as well.

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The foot reminds me of Reed/Bubba Watson.

The head swivel A5-A6 - Annika Sorenstam

And the Zach Johnson stiff straight arms, right arm lining up with shaft:

Golf swings are like snowflakes.

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Bubbs

Nah. I don't think Bubba's swing is nearly as "stiff"/mechanical.

Though, I think the young man in the video has a decent swing.

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Immediately after impact I think they all look similar.

It's the posture, backswing, transition, the release, the finish..... that I think are different.

IMO, overall, Bubba's look like home made swing. The young man swing looks much more mechanical, like he was trained to swing like that... but still a nice swing....I'm sure as he matures, so will his swing.

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Immediately after impact I think they all look similar.

It's the posture, backswing, transition, the release, the finish..... that I think are different.

IMO, overall, Bubba's look like home made swing. The young man swing looks much more mechanical, like he was trained to swing like that... but still a nice swing....I'm sure as he matures, so will his swing.

Just pointing out the part I think is pretty similar, also A4 is similar and so is A2-3 with just a bit more hinge.  Other than that they are a bit different.

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Just pointing out the part I think is pretty similar, also A4 is similar and so is A2-3 with just a bit more hinge.  Other than that they are a bit different.

Sure....

I agree that if you make a frame by frame comparison you will find similarities. But I think you'll find similarities between any two golfers.

Heck, you may even find a few similarities between my swing and Adam Scott's, whom I think has the best swing in the world right now.

But I'm talking about the overall swing from start to finish.

Unfortunately for me, as a whole, my swing doesn't look anything like Adam Scott's, or like anyone else on the tour.  :-)

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