An evidence-based case study with screen shots from TW’s February 2018 swing to illustrate. Problem: inconsistency with the driver, and misses to both the left and the right. In golf terminology, a swing with hands that are “flippy” ( and sometimes even “late”). What does he currently do or believe he should do? (based on […]
Jordan Spieth Jordan Spieth – current number one golfer in the world. Great golfer, great human being! This is an anatomical analysis of his swing, showing how even he can get still better with an anatomical solution. You would find little of significance to complain about with regard to his swing, using traditional means of […]
TIGER WOODS June ’15 – an ANATOMICAL & BIOMECHANICAL Analysis SIMPLIFIED [By a golf instructor with BS (physics, math); MS (sports science ie anatomy, orthopedic assessment, biomechanics, exercise physiology, exercise testing & prescription, sports nutrition etc.); PhD (biomechanics – student).] Musculoskeletal Anatomy = the study […]
The MOST important thing about the golf swing Regardless of anything else, the golf club MUST approach the ball FROM THE INSIDE. NOT merely enough to strike the ball at it’s center, but on it’s inside right quadrant (for a right-handed golfer). To enable this, there are very many compensatory moves you can use, while […]
Which Golf Swing Moves Cause or Exacerbate Injury On the subject of Michelle Wie’s K-tape all over her left leg? What else could one expect with that hyper-extended left knee at impact?
Anatomy of the Golf Swing – Why it Matters What does ‘anatomy of the golf swing’ mean, and why does it matter? Typically an ‘anatomy of the golf swing’ article or book will merely talk of which muscles are active at what stage of the golf swing. Whose golf swing? A ‘generally accepted as correct’ […]