Danny Willett Masters Champion 2016 analysis


Danny Willett Masters Champion 2016 analysis
    Great swing with awesome rotation, stable hands and no exaggerations to create 171 mph ball speed

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    1. Now (July 2017) that Danny has to deal with a lot of back pain issues (L5) do you see somthing that is hurting him? After all his pelvis turn is very short and he slides a lot to the left…
      After impact 1:02 it looks to my untrained eye that there could be a bit of grinding going on in his lumbar spine…

    2. Interesting footwork. Like Sergio, Danny keeps faily flat feet until impact. Guys with flat feet at impact seem to spring up and through after impact with a high finish (especially on that last driver swing). They also seem to keep the right lateral bend very well.

      I find it to be a slightly different pattern than that which is observed in the swings of JB, Spieth, and Justin Thomas.

    3. Had another question. With this type of move it will promote a fade pattern, correct? If someone wanted a draw pattern, what would you instruct them to work on so they continue to rotate and not jump stall but also draw the ball?

    4. I seem to pick the ball clean with all my club… even with my wedges and thought this was because I didn't shift my weight early enough. any good drills to learn how to take divot s

    5. Kelvin, how do you think an amateur should learn from this? Is it best to try reproduce these key movements or would this be pointless given his physical strength compared to the average man? As you say, it doesn't look like all that much.

    6. "Weight shift is always after impact with these guys"

      Can you elaborate on that a bit? You're saying these guys feel like their weight is more back (or maybe centered) during the downswing rather than that 90% on the forward foot at impact that some seem to prescribe?