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Photos of Pros at Impact Position post pictures of your favorites at impact

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I’d like to create a reference thread containing many pictures of top pros at impact.

Click here to see all the pics and discussion in the forum… http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/207445-photos-of-pros-at-impact-position/

After a number of conversations with many amateur golfers, I find that most are a bit confused about the golf swing. Different golf coaches have advocated different styles and searches on the internet have yielded much more disagreement than common ground — which does lead to some frustration, as it has for me in the past. A guy I played with yesterday said he had taken multiple lessons from 3 different golf coaches since 2005 and has “3 different grips, 3 different setups, and 3 different backswings” to show for it!

I’d like to have a “one stop shopping” reference thread for pictures of many noted professional golfers at impact position—a point in the golf swing where I think many schools of thought can find some common ground. (I was sure there would already be a thread like this on GolfWRX, but my search did not find one.)

Click here to see all the pics and discussion in the forum… http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/topic/207445-photos-of-pros-at-impact-position/

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  1. GolfWRX

    Jan 21, 2012 at 9:15 am

    your welcome!!!!

    Did you go that slink and see the others?

  2. Sean

    Jan 20, 2012 at 8:18 pm

    These are awesome pics! Thank you so much for putting these up.

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Happy Father’s Day weekend and U.S. Open weekend at none other than Pebble Beach weekend! Whoa, cannot wait to see the golf action today!

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In this video, Tyler Wong, PGA Director of Player Development at NW Golf Academy at Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course in Clackamas, Oregon, talks how kids should grip the golf club.

How kids grab the club is almost always naturally inconsistent. Don’t worry about it! They don’t need to have a perfect grip to hit good shots. Hockey style, cross-hand, and other variations of the golf grip are common for kids.

Most of the time, I just want to get the hands together on the handle. I like to use the phrase “squish the fingers,” which means get the trail hand fingers mashed together against the lead hand. If they interlock, overlap or do something else, don’t worry.

Remember the goal is to get the ball airborne and forward! Worry about the grip later!

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