Golf Swing Speed Concepts

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Rick O'Shea says:

Please stop smacking your lips every 5 Seconds

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76MUTiger says:

In the first part of the downswing, what is the changing relationship between left elbow and right collar bone or right deltoid? I ask because I am wondering if the left arm starts to unwind immediately, or if the beginning is just a turn of the torso?

P SMITH says:

Hi Shaun- I haven't seen any videos showing left wrist flexion and extension from the top of the backswing and through impact maybe to P7.2 . Further, can current 3D technology systems work fast enough to capture multiple data measurements of lead hand flexion/extension during P6.9 – 7.2 (ie. a very short distance period with the hands moving quite quickly) to make a proper scientific assessment of what is happening (especially during impact)? In your opinion do virtually all PGA pros have 'rapidly increased extension' happening (ie. from flexion to less flexion) in the lead wrist from P6 through impact to P7.2?

Cho co says:

but how do i control this flattening move from the top without involving upper limbs ? thank you sir

Jeffrey Mann says:

Jon Rahm hits the ball as far as Dustin Johnson even though his left arm only gets back to the 10:30 o'clock position and even though he only gets ~90 degrees of left wrist upcock.

You also do not describe the underlying biomechanics that allows a golfer to create a straight line section of the hand arc path (which you call a "flat spot") between P4 and P5 – as see in this capture image of Jamie Sadlowski at . Note that his hand arc path is relatively straight between position 1 and position 2, and that it only becomes very "tightly circular" after his hands bypass the point 2 position.

You also do not describe the underlying biomechanics of how a golfer starts to get energy into the clubhead in the early downswing so that the clubhead speed can reach 40mph by the P5 position (left arm parallel position).

I have described the underlying biomechanics/mechanics in great detail in my video project –


Vance Weber says:

Fantastic.   So there definitely is something to pulling the arrow out of the quiver after all!!!

Tidy dude says:

Hey. I like your videos. There is one I'd like you to do and that's how the fingers and thumbs look like close up. Thanks.

Leo Tong says:

Great video Shaune. Can you talk about the relationship between how far the hands go back and torso rotation? I see a lot of amateurs myself included getting the hands high and back like you suggested without the accompanying full turn like the pros. Any adjustments that one should make if that's the case?

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