There is many ways to swing a club and different patterns too.
1 barrel swing wrist and club.
2 barel swing sequence, arm and club.
3 barel swing sequence, upperbody, arm and club.
4 barel swing sequence, hips, upperbody, arm and club.
3 barel swing is go enough to play off scratch or tour golf.
4 barel is Us tour golf only due to having to bomb the ball these days.
Devon here is the secret, majority of tour players started as kids. They just started swinging the club and kept on swinging.No rules, knew no different just swung the club. They developed a repeatable pattern they can execute everytime. Simple
They may have kinetic links but non are exactly the same, different timing, different rhythm, tempo, grip, stance, different plane, timing release all different. List goes on
Devon maybe your problem is not sticking to one thing and master it.You keep on changing, you keep on changing ,how can you develop something repetitive or master it? Keep practicing that one way,right or wrong you will master it and be a skilled golfer. Your now binded by rules Devon and holds you back. Have no rules.
These days I see an OTT golfer I don't change them. I teach them how to master it. They have made thousands of OTT swings it's pretty ingrained. Your flogging a dead horse and only make them worse trying to change that pattern. Interesting enough working with OTT to master it, their swing improves naturally anyway.
If your OTT and break 80 or shoot a par round, are you going to be in the clubhouse disappointed your OTT?
Bubba has it right, refuses to see his golfswing on video. As long as in his own mind he feels his swing is good that's all that matters. No rules . Glad he didn't look on video we may have never heard of him.
Edited by Zenstb, 08 July 2018 - 10:57 PM.