Category Archives: Fred Couples

Fred Couples – More Proof On The “Tight Pivot” Concept

I love when something I see online sparks a “hmm” moment, making me go back to check what I’ve written about this thing or that – and I end up being validated.

I have talked extensively this past autumn and winter on the nature of “tight” when it comes to the pivot and top position before the transition, and I showed John Daly as an example of how one can have a tight position even when way past parallel at the top with the club shaft.

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Fred Couples – The Back Cruncher

couples-bOriginally published July 24, 2010 on the Smash Golf blog

I mentioned Fred Couples and his back-crunching swing last week while musing on the origins of the flat-footed golf swing.

I’m sure that whatever I had to say about Freddie’s swing four years ago in a previous blog would hold true today…

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