Your Favourite Golf Swing...

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Rory for the driver
Louis for the irons
Donald for the wedges
Quite an interesting set up like building the ultimate current player. If I were to do that I'd go for...
Brooks for Driver
Rose for Irons
Spieth for wedges
Thomas for putting

If I were to throw it back...

Norman - Driver
Faldo- Irons
Seve - Wedges
Faxon- Putter....
 
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Stumbled across this beauty this week. what a move.
Came across that the other day on Instagram, from what I was reading he just won his 3rd consecutive college tournament.

Goes to show any way you can repeat the action and deliver a square club face the rest is irrelevant...
 

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Stumbled across this beauty this week. what a move.

The Wolff! Amazing to think he used to deliver the club 14° from the inside when he first started to be coached. George Gankas reckons he is now so easy to coach as Matt knows his swing inside out. Will really get it out there too as he has a lot of speed
 

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The Wolff! Amazing to think he used to deliver the club 14° from the inside when he first started to be coached. George Gankas reckons he is now so easy to coach as Matt knows his swing inside out. Will really get it out there too as he has a lot of speed
I didn't know he coached him although I did spot that GG low half move a mile away. (y)
 

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South Africans seem to swing the club well. Agree whole heartedly with Louis.

Also think Brandon Stone has a lovely swing.

Paul Lawrie was lovely and smooth.

Repeatable action, don't think you can beat Monty in his prime.
 

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Eamonn Darcy proved you don't need to keep your left arm straight.
Lee Trevino proved you don't need to take it back on the inside.
 
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