In fact, other than one nit-pick, I would be hard-pressed to find anything in this man’s swing action or setup.
Keeping in mind that the setup with the persimmon driver would usually have more resembled that of fairway wood (the sequence below looks to be a long iron), you won’t find anything in his setup to critique.
As for the swing, superb – the only thing I would have suggested would have been to release the trailing foot to avoid that Reverse-C finish and reduce risk of injury to the ankles, knees and lower back.
Other than that… what an action, and yes, TW was known for his brilliant ball-striking.
Goes to show you that the game of golf includes the swing and ball-striking but also requires excellence in several other facets (course management, performance under pressure, short game and putting), because if it were the swing alone, many more people would know the names George Knudson and Tom Weiskopf.
Truly a timeless and classic swing action that would put 95% or more of today’s Tour players to absolute shame.