Tag Archives: Golf Swing

Danny Willett and Back Injury – What are his Options?

Danny Willett and Back Injury – What are his Options? Danny Willett is a fine British golfer and winner of the 2016 Masters’ championship. He is not yet 30 years old, and was most recently in the news because, according to a Daily Mail (UK) article of 25 July 2017: “The L5 (disc) and the […]

Tiger Woods at the Players’ Championship 2013

Tiger Woods at the Players’ Championship 2013 A chip shot on the 16th hole, round 3 – where Tiger made up-and-down for birdie The frequently-asked question is: Will Tiger match Jack Nicklaus’ Majors’ records? The answer: not unless he can execute each shot with more precision – because the competition, once left far behind him […]

‘Transition’ for the ‘traditional’ and ‘minimalist’ golf-swing downswings

What does ‘Transition’ mean? ‘Transition’ is the change in movement from backswing to downswing, so should technically mean the point at which the clubhead reverses direction. All sorts of movements are recommended for a golfer to ‘transition’. Have you heard any of these before? 1. Shift weight back towards target 2. Re-plant your raised left […]

YOUR top-of-backswing position could be INEFFICIENT

  IS YOUR top-of-Backswing position INCORRECT? We all agree that the golf downswing is an underarm movement, right? Like a tennis ground stroke, NOT serve? Try this simple test to see if YOUR top-of-backswing position is able to let you make an UNDERARM movement during the downswing Get into your normal top-of-backswing position Drop your […]