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Your favorite swing on the LPGA Tour? – GolfWXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing the swings of the best players on the LPGA Tour. WRXer ‘DavisGoLo’ kicks off the thread with the criteria “tempo, rhythm, balance”, and our members have been sharing their favorites, with the swings of Nelly Korda and Anne van Dam proving to be two of the most popular.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • 8602081: “Effortless: Amy Yang. Fluid: In Gee Chun.”
  • PhilWhitUK: “Nelly Korda. Anne Van Dam. Hard to see past those two.”
  • SEP1006: “Nelly Korda then Lydia Ko.”
  • Argonne69: “Amy Yang is just so fluid. Tempo is amazing. Technically, I love Lydia’s current swing, as well as In Gee, Hyo Joo, and Jin Young’s. Not a ton of power, but when you look at the birdie count, you see that their full swing does exactly what it needs to do. For the power player, hard to beat Nelly. Long and accurate. Maria and Anne have great swings, but the results are suspect.” 

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  1. Shuddup N Compli

    Mar 13, 2022 at 6:21 pm

    Nelly Korda until the vacs got her

  2. RobertL

    Mar 13, 2022 at 10:30 am

    Read the Forum. Lots of good picks and lots of interest. Would like to see Golffwrx do more about the LPGA.
    Glad somebody remembered Angela Park.
    What about Annika?
    My favorite current swing belongs to Korean Jeong Eun Lee6 followed by Thai golfer Atthaya Thitikul.

  3. RobertL

    Mar 13, 2022 at 10:28 am

    Read the Forum. Lots of good picks and lots of interest. Would like to see Golffwrx do more about the LPGA.
    Glad somebody remembered Angela Park.
    What about Annika?
    My favorite swing belongs to Korean Jeong Eun Lee6 followed by Thai golfer Atthaya Thitikul.

  4. Woodstock

    Mar 12, 2022 at 1:57 am

    Payge Sperniac

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Most forgiving players irons? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing players irons. WRXer ‘NorthTXGolf’ is on the hunt for some new irons but is putting a priority on forgiveness, and has reached out to fellow members who have been sharing their thoughts and advice on the subject in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Sam217: “i230 has got to be one of the most forgiving players irons available. Cobra King Tour another. Don’t sleep on the New Level 480 DB coming out soon.”
  • RangeBaller: “ZX5/ZX7 and i230 should definitely be in your testing pool.”
  • YAMS49: “Another I210 homie here… Very highly recommended if you want/need spin and a consistent yardage.”
  • golf-RN: “I second the Cobra King Tour irons. I am not the greatest ballstriker by any stretch of the imagination and I find the King Tours very forgiving. Toe strikes might lose 5 or 6 yards with no directional loss. You definitely feel the miss though lol but mishits from the center aren’t punished too hard regarding distance.”

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What’s the perfect mini-driver/shaft combo? – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing Mini-Drivers and accompanying shafts. WRXer ‘JamesFisher1990’ is about to purchase a BRNR Mini and is torn on what shaft weight to use, and our members have been sharing their thoughts and set ups in our forum.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • PARETO: “New BRNR at 13.5. Took it over to TXG (Club Champ but TXG will always rule) in Calgary for a fit. Took the head down to 12, stuck in a Graphite Design AD at 3 wood length and 60g. Presto- numbers that rivaled my G430Max but with waaaaay tighter dispersion. Win.”
  • driveandputtmachine: “Still playing a MIni 300.  The head was only 208, so I ordered a heavier weight and play it at 3 wood length.  I am playing a Ventus Red 70.   I play 70 grams in my fairways.  I use it mainly to hit draws off the tee.  When I combine me, a driver, and trying to hit a draw it does not work out well most of the time.  So the MIni is for that. As an aside, I have not hit the newest BRNR, but the previous model wasn’t great off the deck.  The 300 Mini is very good off the deck.”
  • JAM01: “Ok, just put the BRNR in the bag along side a QI10 max and a QI10 3 wood. A load of top end redundancy. But, I have several holes at my two home courses where the flight and accuracy of the mini driver helps immensely. Mine is stock Proforce 65 at 13.5, I could see a heavier shaft, but to normal flex, as a nice alternative.”

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Why Ludvig Aberg is my new favorite player – GolfWRXers discuss

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In our forums, our members have been discussing one of the new sensations in the world of golf – Ludvig Aberg. The 24-year-old finished solo second at the Masters a couple of weeks ago, and gained many plaudits, including from several WRXers.

One member, RoyalMustang, took to the forums to explain why Aberg is now their favorite player, saying:

“I loved the way the Ludvig was out there, having a great time, not taking himself or the situation too seriously. Even after the double at 11, he was like “well, that’s golf!” Loose and relaxed: that’s the way to play. It’s obvious he loves what he’s doing, he loves the big moments, and he loves being a part of it all.

Arnold Palmer was viewed that way. Just like Brooks Robinson was forever viewed as not just a great baseball player, but a great human being and friend to Baltimore.”

And our members have been reacting and sharing their positive takes on the young Swede.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • redfirebird08: “Ludvig has a great attitude, a great smile, and a great golf swing.”
  • otto6457: “I’m very lucky to have talked with Ludde several times at the Rawls Course at Texas Tech.  He’s a truly nice guy and very friendly.  Always said hello when we passed each other in the club house and was always smiling. Watching him hit balls on the range was a joy.  He has “that sound” and trajectory to die for.  There were many times he was out on the range in 30+ mph winds just hitting the most beautiful shots that just seemed to ignore the wind.  World class ball striker. And yes……..I am a fan boy.”
  • konklifer: “I like him. In an era of endless waggles and laboring, his swing and pace of play are a joy to watch.

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