Here’s a little posting for my old crew, hearkening back to the days I would post my swing research findings in real time.
And a revelation on this scale hasn’t happened to me in some time.
It doesn’t matter that the swing action most people associate with Moe Norman is the quirky, arm-out half-swing from his later years.
He had a more traditional-looking swing when he made his name in the game of golf, winning 2 Canadian Amateur titles which then earned him a berth at the Masters two years running in the 1950s.
This is the concept that the Iron Byron uses, or any other hitting or swinging machine.
The Iron Byron does not “swing at the ball,” rather it just swings the club attached to its arm and the ball simply gets in the way.