Category Archives: Francesco Molinari

Classic Swingin’ Molinari Bags Another Win @ API

This is getting to be quite the trend with Francesco Molinari. It appears that last season was his break-out year on the PGA Tour, winning first the Quicken Loans, then the Open Championship.

He’s now got another win in the early ’19 season, taking the Arnold Palmer Invitational with a Classic Golf Swing action (using the hips & legs to power the swing rather than lower back twisting with restricted hip turn).

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Molinari’s Swing Coach Has “The Formula” – Guess What It Is…

I blogged a few posts last year on Francesco Molinari winning the Quicken Loans and also the Open Championship with his excellent Classic Golf Swing action.

Well, imagine my amusement when I tweeted on the perils of the Modern Golf Swing last week and received a response from Molinari’s swing guru, Mr. Denis Pugh, on the merits of swinging in the Classic style:

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Francesco Molinari Does It Again – MCS Principles!

I wrote about Francesco Molinari’s great Classic Golf Swing model when he won the Quicken Loans last summer and then in the same month, the Open Championship, and while I’ve never heard anything he has to say about the swing…

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My Thoughts On Francesco Molinari’s Classic Swing Action

A WAX Nation citizen yesterday made a comment regarding Open Champion Francesco Molinari’s swing mechanics.

I have to say that I love how good some of you are getting a picking up on things on others’ swings!

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Molinari Wins The Open With A Classic Swing – “One Major Move”

Out of the scenarios I pointed out yesterday during the final round of the Open Championship, I completely overlooked one possibility, because he was playing such a quiet and overshadowed-by-his-playing-partner-Tiger-Woods round of golf.

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Francesco Molinari Wins Quicken Loans (Classic Golf Swing)

If you watched the PGA Tour’s Quicken Loans National, you will have noticed Franceso Molinari (thanks to Mark for the heads-up, who won going away (8 shot margin).

Molinari, who measures a whopping 5’8″ in height (172 cm), put on a driving clinic and guess what?

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