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SPECIAL VIDEOS For Continuing Examination.

HIDDEN "FOURSOME" IN BEN HOGAN GOLF SWING!

 

  • 1. See POWER GRIP 45 DIAGONALS.
  • 2. As the Hogan Takeaway Extends, the Club Position Turns "FACE DOWN" To The Ground.

   This is caused by the Convex "Flex" of the Hands & Wrists!  

**Below See Face Down Position @ "1:12" & "1:32",   

  • 3. Notice "BACK PEC STRETCH" allows Backswing On Inside Line For Square Impact.
  • 4. There Are "2 CHOICES" for the Back Forearm Spiraling In The Backswing: 

"OPEN or CLOSED". 

"Opening" in Backswing requires you "CLOSE SQUARE" through impact.

This causes timing issues on every swing!

"However" 

because the Hogan Grip conceals a 45 Position in both Hands, Natural Forearm Movement  

"REVERSES 45".   

In effect, the Hogan Downswing Moves as a 

"Semi-Side Arm Throw" @ 45°.

 ( SEE GOLF WINDOW )


GIVEN ALL ABOVE, ENJOY THE FOLLOWING. 

"2 of 4"-- SHOULDERS MOVE IN FERRIS MOTION! -- Hands & Wrists "Flex Back & Hinge Up" On Plane!

SWING SECRET -- As Mr. Hogan shifts from a Central Axis to Bi-Axis Swing,

The Back Shoulder separates and begins to operate as a "FERRIS WHEEL!" -- Also:


    1. The Hands & Wrists "Flex Back" & "Hinge Up" To The Top Of Swing.  

           2. The Back Hip begins moving parallel forward --several inches-- "BEFORE" 

    3. The Forward Hip Turns Open moving the swing fully through impact zone. 


     Observe these features in both the Ed Sullivan Video & Color Demo's Below.  

** AS MUSIC IS DISTRACTING -- TURN VOLUME "OFF" FOR FOCUSED VIEWING.

"3 of 4" --Rare Peek At Mr. Hogan's "Back Pec Stretch" & "WRISTS SHIFT" As Downswing Begins!

In this special video we get a slow motion rare peek at evidence of the 

BACK PECTORAL STRETCH & WRISTS "SHIFTING" 

To A 45 CONVEX POSITION 

NECESSARY FOR SQUARE IMPACT.  

"4 of 4"- Jack Nicklaus: 1. Shoulders Move In "Ferris Flow" --- 2. Hands & Wrists "Flex Back & Hinge Up!"

Here Jack Demo's "BOTH" Shoulders Moving As A Ferris Wheel and 

doesn't say a word about it!

**Examination indicates that the shoulders slope as much as 45 before they "shallow" 

    and then "steepen" to 60 degrees through impact to finish!!

It appears that Mr. Nicklaus makes no conscious effort to move the club to the inside.

In fact, his Backswing seems to represent a pure Ferris Wheel of natural mechanics.

Certainly Worth A Try!