TOP TWO SWINGERS IN MELBOURNE See the Danish Golf Swings in Slow Motion

DANISH TEAM BEATS THE REST  OF THE WORLD BY A SCORE OF 20 UNDER PAR in the World  Cup Of Golf in Melbourne. They proved you don’t need to be big and tall to play great golf.

Check out the swing of Thorbjorn Olesen. Only just 27 years old, 5’9″ tall and 15 1lbs – not big but he hits a very long ball.

Siren Kjeldsen partnered Olesen for the win. A regular player and past winner on European Golf Tour, Siren is 5’8″ tall, 165 lbs and 41 years old. See him in slow motion replay below.

Advertisements

Mackenzie Hughes – This week’s winner in Slow Motion

Young Canadian Mackenzie Hughes wins his first PGA Tour event. Winner of the 2016 RSM Sea Island Classic. Score -17. Because of darkness it took until the day after the final round and the third extra playoff hole, to get a result. Height 6’1″ , weight 180lbs, born in Hamilton, Ontario Canada.

See him swing in slow motion replay below:

“ALMOST A SENIOR” – ROD PAMPLING WINS. Check Out His Swing in Slow Motion

Australian Rod Pampling won on the PGA Tour this weekend in Las Vegas at age 47 .  His winning total was 20 under par. This included a round 60 to start off and a 65 to finish. Rod plays with a weaker left hand grip than most and uses his hip turn mainly on the down and through swing rather than the backswing.  See Rod’s swing in slow motion replay below.

LADIES GOLF – Shanshan Feng Wins LPGA in Malaysia. Watch Her Golf Swing In Slow Motion Swing Replay

Winner October 2016 in Malaysia.

Shanshan Feng. Born Guangzhou, China 1989. 5’7″ inches tall, rookie of the year 2008. Winnings $7,739,919. First Chinese born lady to win on the LPGA Golf Tour and bronze medal winner at the Rio Olympics. Watch her golf swing in slow motion and in super slow motion below:

 

Thomas Pieters Drives a 407 yd Par 4. See his Swing in Slow Motion Replay.

Last week Thomas Pieters made even more of a name for himself by thrashing out thunderous long drives and putting magnificently, while playing with the likes of Rory and the long hitting Americans during his Ryder Cup matches. This week in Europe competing in the Dunhill Cup, Pieters hit a drive onto the green on a 407 yard par 4 hole .

See his swing here in slow motion with comments from Kelvin Miyahira.

It is becoming more obvious that several of today’s more athletic top golfers are using a very similar swing technique.  It does not involve using a lot of lateral body movement on the downswing.