Updated: Link to the video article
This time courtesy of Conor, who spied this and sent it to me promptly.
I asked him the source of the following graphic, but haven’t heard back from him yet – I’ll update when he does.
I had just finished the last posting on insane things modern golf analysts and proponents advance, and this is just the latest offering.
According to Louis Oosthuizen, you should keep your right shoulder level with the left shoulder, or perhaps higher?
I don’t know, because all I see in the graphic is the instruction “Do NOT Drop The Right Shoulder…”
Meaning, what you’re seeing up there in that picture is a DON’T DO THIS type of warning.
I don’t know, don’t ask me.
Thanks to Louis Oosthuizen however, we’ll all know how to swing more efficiently and certainly more safely:
Louis Oosthuizen to miss two months with assorted injuries
Louis Oosthuizen will take two months away from golf to let a series of injuries heal.
Oosthuizen had to withdraw from the U.S. Open and the British Open because of injuries to his neck, back and hip. He will miss the Bridgestone Invitational this week and the PGA Championship next week at Oak Hill.
Oosthuizen withdraws from TOUR Championship
Oosthuizen is battling a strained hamstring behind his right knee that started giving him problems last Sunday and forced an early exit Thursday after 13 holes…
Louis Oosthuizen says back ‘painful’
His luck ran out Saturday when he felt pain in his back while warming up on the range. When he first tried to hit a draw on the par-5 second hole, it got even worse. And one point, he was on his back on the 13th tee as his trainer tried to stretch him out.
Yes, I’d say that taking swing advice from L.O. is a good idea… a great idea…
But you’d better get on the phone as well and tell Jack Nicklaus how to set up his address position, or he’ll never win anything:
And Ben Hogan…
And a young Tiger Woods…
And Sam Snead…
Wanna learn the MCS methodology and swing like the greats did in the classic era?