I saw a swing of Tony Romo’s on the PGA Tour’s Twitter feed, and there is some good stuff to look at there.
I had to go back and watch a few of Rory McIlroy’s swings again from yesterday’s final round at the Bridgestone Invitational.
I was seeing some stuff that I really liked, and it it seems that Rory has made some swing changes for the better.
And I mean, if this is not just an anomaly, that this would be great for Rory and for professional golf – the youngsters today are more likely to want to emulate Rory than Tiger Woods, and if Rory is going back to more mechanically-sound swinging, I would be personally delighted for 1. His back and future and 2. The generations that will follow him.
One of the more common things I see in the golf address stance is the stiffness.
There are things about us that make swinging different from a machine swinging. We are not made of metal or wood, with rigid and inflexible parts that move with cables or hydraulics or magnetic fields.