The answer is both. Some people have criticized me for thinking the swing is so complicated, I have over 100 videos and counting on the swing. If these people were paying any attention, they would see these videos cover about 3 or 4 things total and are just different ways of perceiving it.
So to the question of the title, which one is right?
Both. As the stills in the last post show, that gent bumped too hard and his arms never caught up. This is the issue that is happening among so many golfers. They see the bump that all good players do, they hear lead wit the lower body and have passive arms and the arms get left behind.
…but some people if they bump, don’t dump or turn…some people when they lead with the right elbow, shank…so the answer is neither…and on and on.
The object of a golf swing is to get all body parts on the same page…and I am blogging and producing videos hoping to help as many people as possible get that done.
I had a guy yesterday who understood what I was saying, agreed it was the problem, came up with the correct fix on his own, but had no concept on how to move his body in that way. It took several concepts before one made not only sense to his conscious brain, but also the subconscious lizard brain. Fingers crossed the last idea that was working at the end of the lesson, sticks.
I once said that if visualizing the intro to Baywatch gets the sequence down…then that’s what to do. The object of watching my videos is not to implement all of them, it’s to implement one of them.