He talked about the transition into the down swing, where he concluded that Tiger “just hasn’t quite got that…”
Just looking down the line, you can see the difference in the stance, then when Tiger swings, you can see the separation between the hips and the torso…
So Faldo is correct, but why even try to compare?
Oh, and the video with Sir Nick:
Note: I had the link here for the video embed but it doesn’t seem to work… maybe now it will…
The one thing Sir Nick didn’t mention was the obvious difference in swing models – Ben Hogan was a Classic Golf Swinger and Tiger is a Modern Golf Swinger.
Hogan used his hips and legs to pivot, even after his near-fatal car wreck, and you can see the heel lift and full hip turn:
The Modern Golf Swing uses the back twist, and this is why TW had back surgery while Hogan could still play golf even after his car wreck.
You shouldn’t be using the back to turn the shoulders, rather the hips and legs.