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Si Woo Kim hitting driver off the cartpath,a deck of cards, from the bunker, you get the picture.

 

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2 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Si Woo Kim hitting driver off the cartpath,a deck of cards, from the bunker, you get the picture.

 

He hit one in the tournament this weekend, from the fairway.

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I've been following Li Hao Tong for a bit, this swing is a lot different. IIRC old swing, more flex in lead wrist at top and then arms pulling down. Hand path is more a straight line towards ball now.

Li Hao Tong's current swing

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I’m an idiot but it sure looks like she keeps her weight forward on her backswing. Lead arm also bends more than usual for tour players just before impact.

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If I had that ball that far back in my stance, I’d hit a daisy cutter.

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2 hours ago, boogielicious said:

If I had that ball that far back in my stance, I’d hit a daisy cutter.

But you see how much tilt she adds coming back down

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