I'm watching this video where it mentions that dechambeau switched to having more bend in his trail arm during the backswing, which has stopped him from being on a one plane swing
Is he's correct in saying that this results in more power?
Would there be any disadvantages in increasing the bend in the trail arm during the backswing, so it's no longer a one plane swing, eg would it reduce consistency of hitting the ball flush?
Ouch. In what I think was the first major of my lifetime, Hale Irwin whiffed a tap-in putt, only to miss a playoff (with Tom Watson) by one. Now I'm not sure if missing one's potentially first PGA Tour start or a playoff for a major would be worse.