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July 31, 2012 by Admin Filed under Golf Free Videos
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And this “move”…….what does it do? Another bigfoot sighting!!
You are 100% correct!! Very few see that!
this “move” happens because of what they do with there lower body “sitting, changing direction” in a liquid like motion thus upper body falls into this position..
Try Moe’s swing, I may look funny at address but I’m hitting it straiter and longer than ever. And I’m out driving most of my friends and hitting more greens. It’s also an easier swing once you get it figured out. It does take practice.
very true. sergio does it in a much more exaggerated manner, with a faster transition, but very correct indeed
This is a great discussion. The thing that is interesting to me is that both Norman and Hogan had a downswing plane that is above the backswing plane. This is also true of Sam Snead, and more recently Matt Kuchar. Some incorrectly think of this as “over the top”, but it is not. Majority of swings on PGA tour have downswing plane below backswing plane (i.e. Jim Furyk). On the clip of the “move” in this video, you can clearly see the shaft lay down but move out and over the plane of his bswing
Sounds weird, but I think you are correct, especially the right arm. This is why good posture is so important, with the hips back, as it allows hand clearance and extension down the target line. Tiger struggled with “the move” early in his career, as he had to try to clear his hips so quickly to avoid a massive hook, Sound like Hogan at all? Gary A. Ridgway II, PGA Professional.
Love the video, but who is the jack off shilling for Mike Austin on every damn Hogan video posted?!?!
I agree. There is no way that this footage of Ben is some intentional manipulated position. It just happens because he starts the downswing with his hips.
It looks difficult because it seems you have to pull your right elbow inside on the down swing. But from my experience, and what I have figured out, is that you have to make a conscious effort to keep your arms as close to your body throughout the golf swing; all the back on takeaway and all the way through at impact. You need to feel as though your arms are attached to your body. Sounds wierd I know, but it works for me.
Kind of like Sergio’s swing or? I think Sergio does “the move” a lot sooner though.
This is simply how Hogan kept the club from getting stuck on the backswing and began to flatten the left wrist. The best golf swing combines power and accuracy. If you want power, you have to cup you left wrist to hinge more. Letting the club float behind you on the transition also increases it’s range of motion. But you can’t hit a golf ball from there. You have to work the club back in front of you and let the wrists get flat on the way down. Not really anything mind blowing here.
I agree on a couple vids Mr. Norman talked about his and Mr. Hogan’s weight shift move. At the top they would both as Mr. Norman said sit on the chair. It was the left hip and leg movement. He talked about. Mr. Hogan even states how the swing starts from the knees and hips.
I think what you should be looking at are the hips.Moe&Ben moved the hips the exact same way.Never mine the wrist hinge,or wrist lag.If your lower body is moving correctly the arms will swing on their own and lag and everything else will happen.You can not manipulate the hands,it will never work.
Study Ben Hogan and Moe Normans hips on the downswing that’s where the MOVE is.
I think you are right
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I am a 1 handicap and have played for 30 years. I tried this immediate cupping of the right wrist down at the top of the swiing (also explained by Tom Bertrand in his book/video), and it was DIFFICULT at first. The more I practiced, the easier it became, and I want to report that after 30 years, I had the most solid ball-striking round I’ve ever had. Piercing bullets and long drives, I could really feel the left wrist bowed at contact. Thanks for posting this great video!! BTW, shot 66!
FYI, if the real dingbat would re-read the comment below he would realize that it was about cupping the right wrist which is absolutely correct.
I would like to know how does cupping the left wrist close the face?? It opens the face , dingbat!!
wow 0:21 is purity purified
It looks like he is locking the elbow onto the hip, yes?
cupping the right wrist??? it closes the club face… i tried it…hehe
A great place for people to start is to get the club inside using the right elbow/forearm,keep it connected to the torso.Don’t listen to this nonsense about getting stuck and coming over the top.What causes OTT is over use of the shoulders,or over use of the hips.Start the downswing with the right arm dragging the handle down.You will get the feel of coming from the inside and creating a shallow arc to the ball.Feel is like dragging a wet mop.Find the slot/inside first.move left or start there
it starts with the inside of the right foot and then the torso unloading. the triangle is along for the ride.
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