is going to be educational for all of us.
It is going to show us that the best players in the world have the same swing flaws, or even worse than what all of us have. None of them have perfect swings and that shows us we don’t have to either.
In addition, they all have room for improvement and the difference between them and us is more approach and short game than quality of swing.
As you saw with Ben Curtis, a laundry list of swing flaws can be fixed with one subtle change…because one good things leads to another. To be redundant, it’s not about perfecting the swing on purpose, it’s about finding what bad things are getting in your way and fix those things. If Ben Curtis tried to fix everything wrong with his swing at once, he wouldn’t be able to break 80. However finding the one simple thing creating all the problems (shoulder turn) will fix the rest naturally.
As you will see tomorrow, a perfect swing doesn’t insure being a great player. The swing you will see tomorrow is from a guy claiming to be near scratch..that tells me 1-3 handicap. You will also see that his swing is better than any PGA Tour player that I am going to analyze in the next several weeks.