Stewart Cink Pro Golfer, Swing Sequence (Video)
Stewart Cink Pro Golfer, Swing Sequence (Video)

Here is another swing analysis of one of the stallworths of the PGA tour. Over 15 years Stewart Cink has been playing on the PGA Tour veteran of many Ryder Cup Team and a Major Champion when he won the British open beating Tom Waits in the playoff. Cink knows over the recent years he has had to adopt his golf swing to try and generate as much power as possible to play on the lengthening golf courses against all of this young bummers who are coming out on tour hitting the ball over 300 yards. And the way Cink has adopted his golf swing to generate more power is actually playing the game smarter he is not just trying to stand there and hit the ball harder but he is starting to create a lot more width in his golf swing. So if we take a good address position to the golf ball now nice athletic position, Cink is six foot four tall so he is a big guy stands over the golf ball really nice and tall.

If you are over six foot you’ve got to consider whether you should have slightly adopted golf clubs custom fit golf clubs longer shafts, thicker grips if you’ve got big hands as well and maybe a slightly more upgrade lay angle. One thing you’ve got to conscious of when you are tall is a particular with your short irons you don’t start to slouch over the golf ball too much just because the club is low to the floor. Like Cink you can stand up nice and tall good bend in the knees, good posture and that will create the good foundations for a solid swing. But then as Cink takes that wide tall address position he keeps this big feeling by widening his back swing and at the top of his swing he started to adopt more width than most of the players. Left arm is really high really wide at the top of the swing.

If you feel you get narrow when you get trapped and you are lacking in power the simplest technique here is just put a glove on your left hand and then pretend that you are scared of your glove. So if you wear your glove on your left hand imagine that you are afraid of it and at the top of the swing you want to push that glove as far away from your head as you can that helps you create massive width. It’s very consistent from there and it’s very powerful from there. If you can imagine that in your set up position your left hand is as far away from your head as it can be it stays far away from the head in the back swing, it stays far away from the head at the top.

Impact it’s still a long way from my head and then through to a big finish it’s all the way away from my head. My left arm is never broken down, my hand has never gotten near my head and I kept the widest arc in my swing. The only time that breaks is right at the finish the left hand comes to rest behind my head at the end. But for the rest of my swing just like Stewart Cink I kept great width all the way through the golf swing. That’s the way to get more power without just standing there and trying to hit it harder.

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2013-07-08

Here is another swing analysis of one of the stallworths of the PGA tour. Over 15 years Stewart Cink has been playing on the PGA Tour veteran of many Ryder Cup Team and a Major Champion when he won the British open beating Tom Waits in the playoff. Cink knows over the recent years he has had to adopt his golf swing to try and generate as much power as possible to play on the lengthening golf courses against all of this young bummers who are coming out on tour hitting the ball over 300 yards. And the way Cink has adopted his golf swing to generate more power is actually playing the game smarter he is not just trying to stand there and hit the ball harder but he is starting to create a lot more width in his golf swing. So if we take a good address position to the golf ball now nice athletic position, Cink is six foot four tall so he is a big guy stands over the golf ball really nice and tall.

If you are over six foot you’ve got to consider whether you should have slightly adopted golf clubs custom fit golf clubs longer shafts, thicker grips if you’ve got big hands as well and maybe a slightly more upgrade lay angle. One thing you’ve got to conscious of when you are tall is a particular with your short irons you don’t start to slouch over the golf ball too much just because the club is low to the floor. Like Cink you can stand up nice and tall good bend in the knees, good posture and that will create the good foundations for a solid swing. But then as Cink takes that wide tall address position he keeps this big feeling by widening his back swing and at the top of his swing he started to adopt more width than most of the players. Left arm is really high really wide at the top of the swing.

If you feel you get narrow when you get trapped and you are lacking in power the simplest technique here is just put a glove on your left hand and then pretend that you are scared of your glove. So if you wear your glove on your left hand imagine that you are afraid of it and at the top of the swing you want to push that glove as far away from your head as you can that helps you create massive width. It’s very consistent from there and it’s very powerful from there. If you can imagine that in your set up position your left hand is as far away from your head as it can be it stays far away from the head in the back swing, it stays far away from the head at the top.

Impact it’s still a long way from my head and then through to a big finish it’s all the way away from my head. My left arm is never broken down, my hand has never gotten near my head and I kept the widest arc in my swing. The only time that breaks is right at the finish the left hand comes to rest behind my head at the end. But for the rest of my swing just like Stewart Cink I kept great width all the way through the golf swing. That’s the way to get more power without just standing there and trying to hit it harder.