Jason Day Pro Golfer, Swing Sequence (Video)
Jason Day Pro Golfer, Swing Sequence (Video)

It’s interesting when you look at a guy like Jason Day. To me he still feels like young guy, he still feels like he’s fairly new on the tour. He’s actually played over 102 tour events, and you think the experience that’s given him and that has been able to gain over those tour events. He is a fantastic swinger of the golf club as well, and surely a major isn’t too far away. I think a lot would tip Jason Day, to probably be the guy he would have broken the Australians dock, of winning a Masters.

No Australian has won the Masters for 77 years, and then Adam Scott went to win it in 2013 with the great player up against Cabrera, and I think a lot of people would have picked Jason Day because he started to play really well around there. Started to contend a few times on the back nine on a Sunday, and only just missed out through Adams again this year. The fantastic swing on the golf club, and really doesn’t give me a great deal to talk about him in terms of the negative aspects of his swing.

From a very good address position, he tees the ball nice and high and far forward with his driver, some really good key positions in the back swing, super wide here really big shoulder rotation, not too long at the top back down through the same positions, good extension through the ball, and really maximizes his efficiency and his power. He hits the ball an incredible distance over 300 yards on average, doesn’t miss too many fair waves. And he is not the biggest guy’s well so very efficient swinger of the golf club; if you want to copy any player out there at the moment in terms of a young athletic big drive of the golf ball, you can’t get too far wrong with Jason Day.

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2013-07-02

It’s interesting when you look at a guy like Jason Day. To me he still feels like young guy, he still feels like he’s fairly new on the tour. He’s actually played over 102 tour events, and you think the experience that’s given him and that has been able to gain over those tour events. He is a fantastic swinger of the golf club as well, and surely a major isn’t too far away. I think a lot would tip Jason Day, to probably be the guy he would have broken the Australians dock, of winning a Masters.

No Australian has won the Masters for 77 years, and then Adam Scott went to win it in 2013 with the great player up against Cabrera, and I think a lot of people would have picked Jason Day because he started to play really well around there. Started to contend a few times on the back nine on a Sunday, and only just missed out through Adams again this year. The fantastic swing on the golf club, and really doesn’t give me a great deal to talk about him in terms of the negative aspects of his swing.

From a very good address position, he tees the ball nice and high and far forward with his driver, some really good key positions in the back swing, super wide here really big shoulder rotation, not too long at the top back down through the same positions, good extension through the ball, and really maximizes his efficiency and his power. He hits the ball an incredible distance over 300 yards on average, doesn’t miss too many fair waves. And he is not the biggest guy’s well so very efficient swinger of the golf club; if you want to copy any player out there at the moment in terms of a young athletic big drive of the golf ball, you can’t get too far wrong with Jason Day.

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