Tiger Woods Pro Golfer, Swing Sequence (Video)
Tiger Woods Pro Golfer, Swing Sequence (Video)

All right then. So who is Tiger Woods? Well Tiger Woods is one of the most recognizable athletes on the planet, one of the most highly paid athletes on the planet. Certainly the guy that’s changed the face of modern golf, not just at the highest level but right across the globe, right down at the bottom of the pyramid. If you’ve got Tiger Woods at the top, then the PGA tall players, then the sort of lower ranking tall players, then the club professionals, then the amateur golfers and then right down at the bottom the big base of golfers that just play the game just for fun. Turn and put the driving range, want to swing the club and give it a whack.

Most of those people are introduced to the game by somebody called Tiger Woods. They get player on the play station at home or they watch him on the TV or they get into the game via watching the Nike adverts and they think “that looks fun, I’m going to give that a go.” So we’ve all got to be grateful for our careers in the game of golf and the players who are winning the big money on the PGA tour, we’ve got to be grateful for the influence that Tiger has in the game of golf.

Now if we look at Tiger’s golf swing, there has been pages and pages and loads of words talked about how Tiger’s swing has changed over the recent years people analyzing every fine detail of whether he was here, whether he was there, what he was like with that coach or that coach. The ultimate factor is Tiger’s had a fantastic golf swing from a very, very young age and he’s always had the physical ability to produce some very, very good shots. So without getting too stuck into the sort of microcosm of exactly how he swings the golf club, I’m going to focus on two key shots that I think Tiger hits better than most people.

Two differences he has on his swing that you often don’t notice when you’re watching the ball because you often see him hit and the camera follows the golf ball rather than watching the guy right the way through the swing. And these two shots are going to be the free willing driver that he hits and the knock down pitching wedge that he hits. And I think these are two fantastic differences that most club golfers can copy in their game.

So when Tiger sets up to the driver, sets up with a wide side stamp, very tall, great posture. A lot of people couldn’t physically get into the positions that Tiger can but if you can get into these positions it’s definitely something I would encourage you to do, nice and tall, nice and wide, very athletic, big turn on the back swing but not going over the 3 o’clock horizontal position, fantastic drive through and this big freewheeling finish. Well often we see the golf club come all the back around, pointing back to the camera and even on these big ones, pointing back down the target line so if I go ahead and hit this big freewheeling driver swing. Real big finish, hold that finish until the golf ball comes down and lands hopefully 300 yards away straight down the fairway. But you saw how far around that golf club came and that’s a real good thing that Tiger does with that big freewheeling driver shot.

Then we look at something completely different. Then we take a pitching wedge, we bring the flag back in to about 80 yards and we notice how Tiger’s golf swing and the rhythm of his golf swing changes completely. He sets up much narrower, grips down the golf club a little bit, a little kink into his left side so a little bit of body weight on his left side. Now we only see the golf club come back to a 12 O’clock vertical shaft horizontal left arm. Then a nice little knock down and it’s really this position I want you to notice.

Woods holds this position for the same length of time as he held his driver but in a completely different position. The club’s only going through to the 12 O’clock position. Left arm again pointing at target, we haven’t gone all the way round the back of the head here. And if you can learn this little knock down 80 yard wedge, holding the finish until the golf ball comes down. Woods is one of the best when he’s controlling his distances nicely, Woods is one of the best inside 100 yards with that little knock down wedge shot.

So that’s my analysis of Tiger Woods. If you can learn those two parts of the game the big freewheeling driver swing and the little knock down wedge shot, you can learn from the world’s best player as well.

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All right then. So who is Tiger Woods? Well Tiger Woods is one of the most recognizable athletes on the planet, one of the most highly paid athletes on the planet. Certainly the guy that’s changed the face of modern golf, not just at the highest level but right across the globe, right down at the bottom of the pyramid. If you’ve got Tiger Woods at the top, then the PGA tall players, then the sort of lower ranking tall players, then the club professionals, then the amateur golfers and then right down at the bottom the big base of golfers that just play the game just for fun. Turn and put the driving range, want to swing the club and give it a whack.

Most of those people are introduced to the game by somebody called Tiger Woods. They get player on the play station at home or they watch him on the TV or they get into the game via watching the Nike adverts and they think “that looks fun, I’m going to give that a go.” So we’ve all got to be grateful for our careers in the game of golf and the players who are winning the big money on the PGA tour, we’ve got to be grateful for the influence that Tiger has in the game of golf.

Now if we look at Tiger’s golf swing, there has been pages and pages and loads of words talked about how Tiger’s swing has changed over the recent years people analyzing every fine detail of whether he was here, whether he was there, what he was like with that coach or that coach. The ultimate factor is Tiger’s had a fantastic golf swing from a very, very young age and he’s always had the physical ability to produce some very, very good shots. So without getting too stuck into the sort of microcosm of exactly how he swings the golf club, I’m going to focus on two key shots that I think Tiger hits better than most people.

Two differences he has on his swing that you often don’t notice when you’re watching the ball because you often see him hit and the camera follows the golf ball rather than watching the guy right the way through the swing. And these two shots are going to be the free willing driver that he hits and the knock down pitching wedge that he hits. And I think these are two fantastic differences that most club golfers can copy in their game.

So when Tiger sets up to the driver, sets up with a wide side stamp, very tall, great posture. A lot of people couldn’t physically get into the positions that Tiger can but if you can get into these positions it’s definitely something I would encourage you to do, nice and tall, nice and wide, very athletic, big turn on the back swing but not going over the 3 o’clock horizontal position, fantastic drive through and this big freewheeling finish. Well often we see the golf club come all the back around, pointing back to the camera and even on these big ones, pointing back down the target line so if I go ahead and hit this big freewheeling driver swing. Real big finish, hold that finish until the golf ball comes down and lands hopefully 300 yards away straight down the fairway. But you saw how far around that golf club came and that’s a real good thing that Tiger does with that big freewheeling driver shot.

Then we look at something completely different. Then we take a pitching wedge, we bring the flag back in to about 80 yards and we notice how Tiger’s golf swing and the rhythm of his golf swing changes completely. He sets up much narrower, grips down the golf club a little bit, a little kink into his left side so a little bit of body weight on his left side. Now we only see the golf club come back to a 12 O’clock vertical shaft horizontal left arm. Then a nice little knock down and it’s really this position I want you to notice.

Woods holds this position for the same length of time as he held his driver but in a completely different position. The club’s only going through to the 12 O’clock position. Left arm again pointing at target, we haven’t gone all the way round the back of the head here. And if you can learn this little knock down 80 yard wedge, holding the finish until the golf ball comes down. Woods is one of the best when he’s controlling his distances nicely, Woods is one of the best inside 100 yards with that little knock down wedge shot.

So that’s my analysis of Tiger Woods. If you can learn those two parts of the game the big freewheeling driver swing and the little knock down wedge shot, you can learn from the world’s best player as well.

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