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As Golf Digest reported, Rickie has been working with Butch Harmon Rickie was famous for his loopy, rerouted swing, where he took the club.


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Why is the proper club path inside out? We have been discussing swing plane and preventing the "over the top plane" or "outside in path.


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(1) He's starting the downswing with a more pronounced hip bump and then active lower-body turn. (2) His downswing plane is noticeably inside.


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As Golf Digest reported, Rickie has been working with Butch Harmon Rickie was famous for his loopy, rerouted swing, where he took the club.


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Repeat this and you are well on your way to a good golf swing. student take the club outside the line on the backswing which forces him to reroute the club on.


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(1) He's starting the downswing with a more pronounced hip bump and then active lower-body turn. (2) His downswing plane is noticeably inside.


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Stop your slice with the three-tee reroute drill Who this drill is for: Anyone struggling with an outside-to-in swing path (meaning your He is a Class A PGA Member with over 10 years in the golf industry after graduating from.


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Ryan Moore sports one of the more unconventional swings on the tour which teaches an important lesson to golfers of all levels. So let's take a.


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Paige, not unlike many golfers, had the tendency to swing her of a plane at the top of the backswing, making it essential to reroute the club.


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This golfer tends to be someone that is a sweeper of the golf ball. He can hit off the fairway okay (assuming he doesn't hit too fat), but will struggle.


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And those guys are accurate! Incredible Hip Turn and Speed: Mr. To make up for this, his arms are a little bent at address, whereas most pros start with straight arms. Across the Line at the Top: Due to his extremely flat backswing and his high trail elbow lifting up so high, the momentum of the club coming up causes it to wrap around his body and point far to the right. He had a crazy short, loose backswing and a very quick transition as well. To begin the downswing, he would stomp all of his weight into the left heel, turn the hips aggressively, and finally rotate his body through impact. Peete had to keep his left arm slightly bent throughout the entire swing. This is a very steep backswing. Feet Stay Grounded Much Longer: After making contact with the ball, everything especially his lower body appears to stop and he rotates his forearms over. Daly has his right elbow fly very far away from his body. Maybe the biggest difference between backswing and downswing planes that I have ever seen. Palmer was not afraid of too much hip turn. Aggressive shallowing of the club: At the top of his swing, his swing is incredibly steep. Due to that fact, he keeps his arms very low throughout the swing and has a very compact motion. All his weight shifts inside his right heel. I think that it is extremely repeatable, and he has made it his own. His untamed personality, his drinking problem, his inappropriate comments, his bad attitude, and more of than not: his incredibly long golf swing. Known for his helicopter finish and the impressive speed of his hips, Palmer finished his career winning 7 majors. It is a very disconnected swing, but he has been able to rely on timing and feel to get everything coming down together. This gets the club very far behind him. This encourages a more closed club face throughout the swing and at impact. Besides wearing two golf gloves while playing, here are a few other unique things about his swing. Flat Shoulder Turn: Mr.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} More importantly, though, he made golf cool for the upcoming generation and was a role model for so many. This leads to great extension but a much shorter top of the swing position. When it came to ballstriking, not many players could compare. Bent Over Posture: He bends over a lot at address, with his chest practically pointing at the ball. Also, he had hardly any knee bend at all. His legs were very far apart from each another. Setup: He stands relatively far away from the ball, with a big gap in between his body and his hands. After watching his swing, you can definitely tell that he could swing in a 7 foot tall room with no problem. For one second, stand up and address an imaginary ball. All of his weight at the top of the backswing was inside his right heel, as you can tell by his left heel coming up. The club head is nearly directly in front of his eyes when he finally completes the backswing. He had his hands very far away from the his body, to form a straight line with his arms and the club shaft. He plays cross handed. John Daly is notorious for a lot of things. His swing is unique in a lot of different ways. Due to his slight over the top motion, he had to hold the club off from releasing, or else he would hit severe pulls and hooks to the left. Nearly Straight Right Leg at the Top: at the top of his swing, his right leg would be nearly completely straight, with a lot of bend in his left leg. Yup, with the right hand on top and left hand on bottom. Palmer takes the club back very low and to the inside. There have been some mini tour players and juniors that play cross handed, but as far as I know, he is the only one to play in multiple PGA tour tournaments. Laid Off at the Top: Due to excessive wrist pronation and forearm rotation in the backswing, he ends up with the club pointing far to the left at the top of his swing. Look how he pushes his left shoulder down and far under his chin early on in the swing. Huge Club Rerouting: he reroutes the club severely from a steep backswing to a very shallow downswing. The common advice is to stand with a hands width distance between your body and your golf grip. His takeaway stays very close to his body, where he then lifts the club very vertically, and he then drops the club significantly and rotates his body quickly through the shot. His right elbow stays extremely low and far back behind him to allow himself to swing the club more around him. His hands are almost touching his legs at address. Bent Left Arm: due to the injury, Mr. Crosshanded grip: obviously there is nothing more unique that he could do besides play cross handed. Shortness of the swing: His swing was much shorter than other golfers in his time. And the speed he had at unwinding and getting open at impact was incredible! Straight ish Trail Arm at the Top: While most pros have about a 90 angle in their trail arm at the top, Tommy pushes his hands very far away from his head at the top of the swing and stops his swing relatively early. Also worth noting is that he felt bullied in the few tournaments that he played on the PGA Tour. Steeper Downswing: compared to other PGA pros, his downswing starts out a lot steeper due to his position at the top, until he finally drops the club and flattens the plane. Knee bend through impact and follow through: Jim maintains or even adds some bending to his knees when he hits the ball and releases the golf club. Ball Position: his ball position was always much more forward than is typically taught. Setup: not many people have a more unique setup than Moe did. The short swing worked though, as he was top 5 in driving accuracy every year from on the Champions Tour. Palmer did. Overlapping grip: Most pros use a interlocking grip for more control, but Jim uses a interlocking grip. Helicopter Finish: his most famous position allowed him to avoid hitting hooks, which he absolutely hated. Followthrough: As he had an early release of the golf club, he quickly lifts his body up on his left foot and abruptly holds the club off from turning over an more, ending up is his notorious finish position. This is great for coming into a good impact position and holding the lag until you come into the ball. Very Shallow Downswing: for how short his backswing is, it is pretty well on plane. Inside Takeaway: John pulls the club aggressively inside at the start of his swing. Closed Shoulders at Address: Jim stands at address with his shoulders pointing well left of his foot line. Sam Snead even considered Moe to be the best ballstiker ever at one time. He was a very unconventional, unique person, and he had a swing to match. Then lift the front foot and see how much more hip turn you can get. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Many people claim that Moe Norman has the most underrated or unknown golf swing in history. Extreme Rerouting of Club to Shallow Downswing: to adjust for this across the line position, Calvin quickly rerouted the club by pronating the wrist very rare and dropping the club and his hands straight down. He taught himself the golf swing, never wanting to take a lesson from someone else. Most players tend to stop their backswings around when the shoulders stop turning. Extremely strong grip: he holds the club with his hands rotated significantly clockwise or to the right on the grip. So, to correct it, he drops his hands straight down allowing the club to fall behind him significantly. This is a great move to learn if you struggle with coming over the top or hitting slices. The club them comes up and around him, ending up in a very across the line position. He turns through impact to bring the club square to the ball. After reaching parallel, John keeps lifting the right elbow and allows his arms to get extremely high. He lifts the club straight up, with the club pointing not at the ball, but behind him at half way back. Turn your hips as much as you can while keeping your front foot on the ground. This is not typical, as most players unflex the legs to create more power and upward movement from the ground. Although many believe he could have had a very successful PGA career, he stayed away from traveling too much outside of his home in Canada. He then keeps the backswing going with only the arms. His top of the backswing appears even below a single plane top of the backswing position. From the face on view, you can tell how steep it is by how much his right arm stays above his left arm. This is something that made him extremely unique, as nearly every player has a straight lead arm at least at some point in the swing. You might not have ever heard of him, but he has played in 6 PGA tour events and made 3 cuts, with his best finish being a T43 in his first tourney in at the Honda Classic. Having to maintain a bend in the left arm and struggling with rotating his left forearm, he worked around this tragedy perfectly. Instead, the club pointed far right. At that point, his swing is almost over! His feet stay on the ground much longer than average. His downswing is much more shallow, allowing him to come from the inside and hit a consistent draw when he wants to. He stopped well short of parallel. Vertical Backswing: His backswing is probably the steepest that you will ever see. This is exactly what Mr.