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Swing Analysis - Jim Furyk

Jim Furyk has one of the most recognizable swings in all of golf. Learn about the two key movements, the Jim Furyk loop and his drop in the follow through to see why his swing works the way that it does.

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in this analysis video we're gonna take

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a look at one of my favorite swings on

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tour the one of Jim Furyk now Jim Furyk

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is currently the 6th ranked player in

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the world at the age of 44 he is amassed

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61 million dollars on the PGA Tour

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which is fourth all-time and last year

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he made 21 out of 21 cuts and had 11 top

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10s this is all very impressive for a

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swing that has been called

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unconventional and unorthodox we're

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gonna break down the couple key

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movements that make his swing the way

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that it looks and then talk about what

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we would work on if he came to us and

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wanted to improve something in his swing

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so the two unique movements that kind of

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make Jim swing his or the loop in the

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backswing and the dip in the release or

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and the follow-through so let's take a

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look at those two movements and talk

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about how why he may be doing them and

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what's going on possibly within his body

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so if we take his swing back to kind of

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that first check point as far as the

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takeaway goes everything looks more or

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less normal the club faces a little bit

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closed compared to what you would

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typically see but for the most part that

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was a pretty one-piece takeaway with

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good stable lower body not a lot of

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changes in his pivot everything's

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looking great now from here what you'll

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see is instead of continuing to rotate

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his body his arms basically work

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straight vertical in fact the club if

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you were to draw a line actually works

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slightly out towards the golf ball as he

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gets up towards the top of the swing but

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if this was to be more of a classic

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looking swing all you would have to do

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is rotate his hips rotate his thorax and

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let that arm work in a more external

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rotation that combination would bring

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the left arm across his chest and the

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golf club way over here but there's a

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very good chance we may have never heard

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of him if he had gone that route we can

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see it from the face on view that during

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that phase when he's lifting

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Club you'll see a little bit of pelvis

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sway where his belt buckle and his hip

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are actually moving away from the target

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now if you remember or if you check out

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our sway section we talked about how the

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sway of the pelvis can be a big power

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source if you're using your lat as your

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primary driver for creating speed so

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what he does with this lower body sets

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up using this lat pulldown in that left

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shoulder as a main power source as

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opposed to the right hip in core we'll

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get into how he shows that that maybe

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even more so the case in his particular

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situation so then from the top of the

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swing you're gonna see a pretty dramatic

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shift you'll see that the club that was

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way up high and elevated is going to

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flatten this is an exaggeration of the

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shallowing movements that we create or

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that we try to create in transition so

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he is essentially using the left arm and

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the right arm transition moves that we

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talked about as well as the combo of the

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Zoro loops but he's doing it at a great

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scale in fact I like to use him as an

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example of the upper limit of how much

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you can actually feel or how much you

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can actually do that now if we get him

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to delivery position somewhere in here

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the only thing that looks relatively odd

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is he's lost a little bit of his posture

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in his right elbow is more or less

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behind the center of his body but

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compare that to what's going on with a

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lot of other golf swing zones were and

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you'd see that there's not too big of a

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difference in fact we'll take a look at

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comparing him to someone like say Rory

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McIlroy so that you can see that where

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the club is and how it relates to the

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body isn't going to be that dramatically

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different down to this point what will

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be dramatically different is how he's

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powering the golf swing so then from

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this position you'll see him continue

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rotating inside bending and he does an

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amazing job of not releasing the angles

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of his arms until he

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he makes contact with the golf ball what

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we would see with most amateurs is if

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they were having that big arm movement

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during transition and that elbow getting

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stuck behind his body like so right

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about here you would tend to see that

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right arm and that right wrist start

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straightening and extending now we get

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the club far away from him and he would

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hit it fat if he maintained the body

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position the way Jim does so what most

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amateurs would do is as those arms are

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extending that way the body would be

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backing up this way what's unique and

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special about what Jim does is even

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though his arms probably have a an

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impulse of wanting to extend he does a

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great job of not letting them and he

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uses his body to continue powering the

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swing until he gets down right before

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impact

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and then he's allowed to let his arms

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extend through the shot one of the 3d

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graphs that I look at is arc width which

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is the distance between the thorax and

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the hands this is one of the the graphs

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that I use as a predictor of consistency

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from what I've seen Jim has one of the

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best and most or latest peaks in his arc

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with graph which i think is a testament

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because everybody who I've seen who has

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a very late peak in that arc with graph

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tends to have very consistent ball

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striking statistics

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now the other movement that's a little

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bit unique for Jim is as he comes

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through you'll see the little drop or

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the little buckle movement from the

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down-the-line view we can take a look

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and we'll see right about there his body

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just his pelvis drops and his body sort

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of collapses a little bit now what he's

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doing there is he's trying to find

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stability now we're gonna take a look at

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it from at his swing from more of a

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biomechanics point of view or a

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kinesiology point of view really and

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let's see how he's not utilizing his

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hips and perhaps why he has both this

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drop and the buckle

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so now let's compare gym with Rory since

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they have similar kind of transition

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movements they're definitely different

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animals but you'll see that Rory has a

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tendency of getting that elbow a little

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bit more along his side or towards his

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back as opposed to some other players so

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if we get them both down towards this

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delivery position you'll see that

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there's a lot of similarities in terms

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of their arm positions Jim actually has

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a little bit more turn at this point

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what we'll see is that as we come

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through so as I go towards the release

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notice how we can see the entire back

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side of Jim's knee and we can see the

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vast majority of his pelvis so when we

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get Rory to about the same point just

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after impact you can see that we can we

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can see about the same amount of his

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pelvis

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but his knee is actually pointing much

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further behind the ball let's look at it

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from face on and it'll help explain what

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I'm talking about when I say that Jim is

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not necessarily using his hips as well

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as some of the longer hitters so now

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from the face on view let's take a look

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at the hips versus the legs and how they

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can influence the pelvis so I want you

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to pay attention to two different areas

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as we look at Jim's downswing so we're

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gonna look at area one is kind of below

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the knees and area two is more at the

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hip so we can get a good idea as far as

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hip rotation not to any real degree but

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we can get a rough idea as to how much

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he's rotate his hips by looking at where

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is his knee pointing and where is his

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belt buckle pointing the when they're

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pointing in the same direction there's

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essentially zero hip rotation if this

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belt buckle was pointed at the target

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and his knee was still pointed at us

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that would be 90 degrees of hip rotation

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so as we look into the downswing you'll

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see that his knee and his belt buckle

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stay pointed roughly in the same

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direction for a long period of time so

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you'll see that the majority of his

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movement

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was happening actually at the ankle and

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below the knee whereas if we look at

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those two areas over here on on rory

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mcilroy you'll see that his knee is

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pointed somewhere out in that area and

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his belt buckle is already pointing

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close towards the target as we saw from

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that down the line view so he has a lot

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more activity going on in his trail hip

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getting external rotation and in his

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lead hip possibly getting internal

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rotation so what happens is as a result

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when he goes through to his waist height

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finish you'll see that he's stabilizing

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the speed of the club with the big

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muscles of his glutes and his abs and

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all these muscles in his core the reason

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Jim has that little buckle is because

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he's not really using his glutes as a

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major stabilizer so then what he has to

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do is recruit muscles in his leg or his

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thighs in his hip flexor and when he

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recruits those muscles they pull him

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into hip flexion knee flexion which

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pulls him down just like so and gives

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him that appearance of it a little drop

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so we have two indicators one in the

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backswing where he doesn't rotate his

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hips very much and then two in the

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release where he doesn't use his hips

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very much but he has a lot of good

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athleticism in getting his body into the

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right positions he just does it using

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some of the smaller muscles in his

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ankles and then some of the bigger

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muscles in his shoulders now while Jim

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has a few oddities with his movement

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let's talk about some of the things that

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are consistent with his move as well as

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some of the other elite ball strikers so

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he does a great job of sequencing his

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body on the downswing letting the

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majority of a speed be transferred

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through the pelvis and into that left

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shoulder and while he's doing this

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little drop move he does a great job of

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starting to square the club face so you

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can see that when the club faces up

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towards the top of the swing essentially

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the club is pointing or laying in the

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same direction as the club shaft well as

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he starts down he's going to start doing

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that motorcycle move that we teach

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during transition

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at the top of the swing so that when he

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gets to about waist height the club is

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already starting to point in the general

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direction on the target a lot of golfers

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who are a lot of amateur golfers who get

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that elbow way behind him like so would

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actually have that lead risk going into

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extension and so the clubface would be

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pointing more up towards the sky or in

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an open position if that clubface were

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pointed more up towards the sky then the

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only way he would be able to get that

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square would be to release that trail

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arm early and possibly stand up but jim

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has squared or started squaring the club

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face with his wrist and gets everything

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into a great delivery position so that

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he can continue rotating continue

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sequencing his body and get really good

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arm extension through the ball so if Jim

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were to come to us we would probably

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tell him that given his ball striking

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statistics and giving his putting

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statistics we probably would want to

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spend more time working on putting and

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less time working on ball striking since

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he was third in strokes gained from tee

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to green but Jim is ultimately the

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customer so if he were to tell us that

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we absolutely have to help him with his

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golf swing there are two things that we

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would potentially work on since he at

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the Olympic Club and a number of other

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times once in the Ryder Cup I forget

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which course but he's had some issues

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with getting hooks late in rounds on

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Sunday under pressure now there's a

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couple things that can lead towards that

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one would be having that trail elbow a

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little bit more behind him like so when

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he goes to release the club it's going

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to cause a extra external or internal

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rotation of the shoulder which can close

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the club face let's take a look at a

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close-up view of that so you see what I

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mean so this is a great clip that shows

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that trail elbow action that we're

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talking about our trail shoulder elbow

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action that we're talking about so as he

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goes into this release you can see that

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elbow working a little bit out away from

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his body in what we call internal

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rotation so you can see that shoulder is

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rotating in kind of that direction like

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so

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if he continued did battle hooks what we

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would probably want to work on is that

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elbow working a little bit more out in

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front of his body which would require a

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little bit more stability in that lead

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hip and a little bit more of that

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external rotation in that trail hip now

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we're not quite sure if he has any

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issues with that trail hip external

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rotation we wouldn't want to screen that

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in the gym if we had the chance or ask

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him to perform a overhead deep squat

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we'd be able to possibly investigate and

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figure out what's going on with that

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pelvis and how we can get the hips to

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work better but from a technical

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standpoint just getting that elbow to

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work a little bit more across could

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potentially help him especially under

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pressure that being said he is currently

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one of my favorite swings on tour

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because it looks goofy until you break

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it down and you see that he does a lot

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of the key movements and key objectives

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that we prescribe in our system and

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that's part of the reason why he is

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third in strokes gained from tee to

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green and just one of the most

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consistent ball strikers on tour over

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the last decade if you like the way we

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