PGA Tour Swings for Emulation: Using Pros To Your Advantage

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PGA Tour Swings for Emulation: Using Pros To Your Advantage

Whether you are a duffer at the local muni course, scratch golfer, or member of a country club — begin observing the intricacies of your favorite golfers' swings and use their individual tools to your advantage.

I have comprised what I believe to be the most important components of the swings of my personal icons as a way of illustrating how beneficial and instructive the pros can be; without having to pay a pretty penny or watch countless, instructional videos.

There is something undeniably unique and special about the golf swing.

In my opinion, that is because no one swing is the same, and yet each distinctive formula can produce similar results.

To that effect, there remains no official, final say on how to hit a golf ball and that's what makes the game great.

The PGA Tour represents a plethora of experimental methods—from Jim Furyk's mess of a swing to Luke Donald's picture-perfect, fluid motion.

As an avid golfer, I personally found that focusing too much on mechanics began to ruin my game as a whole.

I became far too analytical, constantly trying to get my back swing to parallel and clearing my front leg through impact; let's just say things got ugly.

Only when I started to pick up tips from the pros did my game noticeably progress.

Use the swings of these phenomenal athletes to inspire your own unique swing.

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