Ben Hogan 1960 rear view

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ron erK says:

GREAT VIEW , IT REALLY SHOWS HOW HE WAS ON HIS LEFT SIDE FROM THE TOP OF THE BACK SWING UNTIL HIS FINISH

Ligerpride says:

It looks so easy.

Frank McChrystal says:

Off in the distance to the left of Hogan about hip high…there's a squatch in those woods.

proprioceptive44 says:

Club moves back..right leg straightens..right hip rotates to the rear and forward..LEFT KNEE moves backwards whilst HAWKING the ball of foot with foot rotated out about fifteen degrees..practice and maintain good spinal tilt with cigarette aligned with right knee. This will give you the sensation that you are about to fall over if you do not straighten the left leg..So rotate the LEFT KNEE to the left and straighten it whilst pushing the heal into the ground. Good set up at address maintain tlit Hawk left ball, rotate left knee, push heal into ground Voila… Hogan is using a spinal reflex called the extensor reflex..When you trip with one leg the other extends to save you from falling over. The rest is just practice

jurr80 says:

Right hip going to the target immediately.
He doesn't have to laterally drive to get to his front side. That move also creates room for his right elbow.

Ozcanberrakid7 says:

As you see the club behind his neck in the follow through you can see the shaft is still flexing back. Pretty epic

penprick says:

His swing looks so different from this angle.

bizallin says:

Awesome Footage.

benbirdie561 says:

Rear elbow is key to good fun repeatable golf.it should be the initiation key to backswing an downswing.(tip)before using a club.try anything without using your rear elbow in your motion.sweeping,boxing,swimming,batting.etc then try starting that same motion leading with rear elbow n feel how your body flows.hope this helps fairways n greens lookout

Tigersmundo says:

Huge sweet spot pie ratio fellow DOCF…thx Golf Aus

Trevor Spring says:

Roll your rock . I think so almost like a baseball pitcher left foot simply catches your weight when needed….

RollYourRock says:

At the top of the backswing, what would happen if Mr Hogan were to lift his entire left foot off the ground? I'm guessing he would fall toward his target. Did he find a way to automate the downswing and weight transfer?

Timothy Frost says:

what great rear-end action………. thanks for the view!!

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